4 – 5 Cheapside Fortis Green
London N2 9HP
Tea room serving (as the name suggests!) a variety of teas and coffees as well as some baked goods. There are a few light lunch options such as soup with fresh bread, bagel with cream cheese, etc. The shop adjacent to the tea room also has some lovely items and is worth a look if you are gift-shopping. Every Tuesday morning there are French conversation sessions (for adults, but you could bring a baby with you), Friday afternoons there is live folk music, and they also host craft workshops for adults and children, and family events such as the Mad Hatters Tea Party.
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