About a month ago, I discovered a delightfully authentic British tea room in Wayne, Pennsylvania named A Taste of Britain. I’d never heard of it before but my husband and I were headed home mid-morning from dropping his aunt off at the Philadelphia airport. We decided we needed a little snack. Searching the GPS, I spotted the information for this delightful spot.
As soon as we entered this establishment, I marveled at how attractive and inviting it was. While waiting to be seated, I gazed at the fully-stocked shelves of all things British. If you yearn for some small but hard-to-find food item from across the pond, you’ll have to come to A Taste of Britain because they will likely have it.
Once seated, I pondered the menu choices carefully. Lunch items were plentiful as well as a multitude of various teas, scones and sweets. Realizing we’d be eating lunch a bit later, I ordered a pot of Tulsi orange ginger herbal tea and a gluten free chocolate chip scone with clotted cream. As I sat there, I marveled at the blessing of being in such lovely surroundings and being able to order something gluten free—cue the deep sigh of happiness.
When my scone and tea arrived, both were simply perfect. The scone—for being gluten free—was amazing! I slathered it with clotted cream and indulged.
But there’s one more thing about this charming place: two of the very attentive wait staff spoke with British accents. What more could you want?
Please go visit this proper place if you feel the urge to linger over an aromatic cuppa! You’re sure to find something to suit your taste.