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Emporium Tea Rooms


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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Written by Janis P.

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  1. This is a lovely cafe for tea, coffee and cakes and they also do some good old fashioned favourites such as beans on toast, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and Welsh rarebit. The staff are lovely – very welcoming and will quickly bring a bowl of hot water for heating your little one’s food/milk to the table and make a fuss of him/her. There is only one highchair whch is a shame but my little boy sat in it and wolfed down his lunch while watching the staff and customers.
    There’s a small basket of toys and books for children to play wth (underneath the drinks fridge – you need to go to the counter to see it) and a basket of magazines and newspapers for adults. The interior is lovely – there’s an adjoining shop selling lots of lovely gifts and framed prints perfect for children’s bedrooms. It’s very clean in here and with waxed fabric on the tables you don’t have to worry about feeding them at the table.
    My only critcism is that the menu is quite small and certain options seemed a bit too expensive. But they do proper tea in a pot and coffee from the Monmouth Coffee Company. The perfect place to take the grandparents! It could be improved if they had room out the back for an outdoor area (I presume they don’t), some more food options on the menu and more highchairs. All in all very pleasant.

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