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Savannah Tea Room...go! The food is delicious!

Savannah Tea Room has become my cafe of choice.
The food's really good, the service is lovely and warm, and the teas are delish!
Today, I had a wonderful Mushroom and Parsley soup, then the best Cobb Salad ever and a tray of sweets to close the meal.
You must go there for lunch!
I'm now hoping to find someone who wants to come with me for afternoon tea!
The people today who were enjoying it had plates so heaped with Petite Fours, shortbread and other assorted yummilicious treats that they were taking what they couldn't eat home with them in doggie bags. I'd have gladly helped them out if they'd have asked!
Tea, anyone?

"We had a kettle; we let it leak:
Our not repairing made it worse.
We haven't had any tea for a week...
The bottom is out of the Universe."
~ Rudyard Kipling

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Comments (2)

Panda:

I've never seen a teacosy like that before - and I'm British with tea in my veins!. (The actual pot is just like my own Brown Betty)

Hope you continue to have a wonderful time!

Thanks, Panda,
I love this place...the Savannah Tea Shop. The owners and staff are surprisingly gracious, considering all of the tourists and their constant demands that they deal with every single day. I'm walking my little butt off here, leaving the house in the morning and not getting home until 6:30 or so in the evening.
'bye for now!
Brenda

Love that tea cosy! Sounds like you are having a wonderful time. Keep us posted on all the delicious things you encounter.

Hi, Krista!
Will do!
Nice to know you are reading my chitter chatter...
Ciao,
Brenda

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