Bradford Tea Rooms
1 Westgate, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Bradford Tea Rooms Glasgow Reviews
Nov 24, 2007
Once you enter the establishment, you get the distinct feeling that everything is pink and frilly, even though it isn't. The clientéle seems to consist mainly of elderly ladies, and the decor clearly states: British, Old and Proud of it! The tables are set with white, plain cloth, a plastic rose in a vase and a menu. The wall-to-wall carpet was checkered brown and yellow, and the only sign of the 20th century was a digital order machine.
The sandwiches were delicious, as were the scones. The tea arrived in a silver pot on a tray with all the "accessories", strong and sweet just as I wanted it.
I enjoyed my visit here very much. The establishment was very old-fashioned, which gave it charm and personality, and the personnell was polite. Far from touristy, the ** Tea Rooms are well worth a visit - though perhaps not very suitable for teens and others who consider themselves trendy.
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