Came here for lunch with a friend in their tea room. You have got to try their turkey and cranberry sandwich. Wonderful. And such a wonderful location. You have to come and bring your girlfriends.
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The owners need to scout their lunch shifts once in a while. Kind of confusing when you call for info. Long drive -way off the beaten path which is ok if you want q country cornfield atmostphere. Why the hostess couldn't even crack a remote...More
This place can be hard to find. Luckily, I went with someone who had been there before. I know most people have GPS programs, thank goodness. This place is so quaint. You forget where you are once you get there. You dine in a cute...More
I try to get here at least once a month. I thoroughly enjoy the tea room lunch and shopping for little accents for the house. THe owner is such a sweetheart, always welcoming everyone . It's a little pricey for the lunch but well worth...More
It was an experience just getting to Emerson Creek - lots of back roads. They also should do something about paving the long drive to the shop and tea room. It's gravel and at least should be graded. Went for lunch with friends. I thought...More
I've never been disappointed with anything I've ordered here so I feel like you really can't go wrong. They use fresh ingredients and I didn't have any troubles being a vegetarian here! The decor is very homey and be sure to check out the shop.
The tearoom is cute and food is very good. The sandwiches are very good and filling. Friend and I shared a sandwich and we had some soup with it. We just wanted something light was we were shopping and it was hot and wanted leftovers...More
Went here via recommendation from my wife's yoga instructor. The place did not fail to deliver. You travel down an old country road to get the place. The restaurant is set in an old shed and horse stable that got converted. The mango salsa was...More
The location is a bit out of the way, but, that is what makes it so unique! The food is very good, but, either make a reservation or be prepared to wait. But, it's worth the wait! You can shop at the pottery shop while...More