Harriets Cafe Tea Rooms
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Remembering the 'old days' is a favourite pastime in which we all indulge. For many, those days are recreated so eloquently at Harriets Cafe Tearooms, where the true quality of service from 'yesteryear' is at the centre of everything.
If its breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, Harriets has much to offer. All our dishes are made on the premises, many to family recipes, using UK sourced ingredients. Indulge in a fresh cooked breakfast or simply pop in for leaf tea and handmade cakes !
Harriets Cafe Tearooms can be found in Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds city centres and both are fully licensed with outside seating also available in the summer months. Waitresses wear period uniforms and serve you promptly in elegant surroundings. Both tearooms have regular live piano music to accompany you, in addition to welcoming children and having good disabled and pushchair access.
The essence of what has been carefully created in the tearooms is now encapsulated in a private and business buffet service. Exceptional daily platters of sandwiches, cakes and savouries can be pre-ordered for a business lunch, private party, wedding or any other special occasion. If you want you family, friends, clients and customers to know you really do care about quality, then Harriets platters are for you !
|Open All Year|
|Opening Times (01/01/2015 - 31/12/2015)|
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