Owned and managed by Erica and Gina, the Gourmet Teahouse is a delightful addition to The Grange in Ballyboughal/Oldtown.
All food is homemade and freshly prepared, our homemade cakes are made on the premises and you can eat in or take away!
They have a beautiful al fresco area outside for those who want to enjoy the evening breeze as they dine. Read More
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I went to the GTR's with my mam yesterday. We got a voucher on living social. The food was delicious. The service & the girls where great. The menu looks lovely throughout the day and we will definitely be going back.
found this lovely little hide away in north conty dublin got a latte and baileys cheese cake my wife had latte aswell absolutly goregous well worth it quiet and staff very friendly nice place to visit and relax also has a wine licence so if you did fancy a glass its on offer. Looked at menu for food as you do nice and resonable would come back and try next which willl be soon
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Went to this little gem this week when I was out for a Drive in the 'Country Side' with a friend!! AMAZING!! I had the Mexican Heat and my friend had the Steak Sandwich Special (Which came with chips!) Massive portions, everything was prepared fresh, you can see the staff making the food and its in the taste! I had a beautiful glass of white wine, but my friend had a specialty tea (as she was driving) but there is a display of Beers and Ciders too, (and soft drinks) could have stayed here all day! We moved to the outside courtyard to finish our drinks, and took home desert which was just beautiful! This is my new go to place for all occasions and days I just want to treat myself! The Staff where lovely, very helpful with myself who is quite the fussy eater and can't make a decision. The Waitress said they are only open a few months and I wish them all the luck! Just love it!!
We went here on a voucher last Sunday. Food was average at best. A lot of frozen food used and deep fried. Staff were very friendly but based on the food, I most like will not return.
Posted 25th Jul 2014 by TARA20002Newbie: 8 reviews
The restaurant was almost empty, so no atmosphere. We had difficulty getting a reservation and had to go when there was a slot, not when we would have chosen. Food and service were satisfactory, but overall not a great evening.
Posted 12th Jul 2014 by FOURCANDLESFirst Timer: 4 reviews
Gourmet Tea Rooms is a quirky restaurant a little off the beaten track. The choice from the menu is very limited. I think the staff are trying hard so perhaps it is teething problems! Their Romanian Umbrelle wine was lovely.
Really enjoyed our food. Services was excellent and we will be returning again!!
Posted 7th Jul 2014 by PAULA.HENRYFirst Timer: 25 reviews
We went using a menu pages voucher which cost 25 euro for allegedly 50 euro worth of food. 2 starters 2mains and 2 glasses of wine. There is no way that what we got would ever have cost 50 euro! The place is very quaint and cute and staff were nice and friendly. They had no white wine at all and no choice given on what red or rose was available. Had a choice of 3 starters and 3 mains. We both had pea soup for starter and it was lovely. My husband got steak for main, it was that really thin cheap steak that costs very little, no wonder they didn't state what kind of steak it was on menu! I had quiche which was quite nice. Overall what we got wasn't a good deal, it's more of a place to go for breakfast or Coffee and a scone than a full meal I would say.
Posted 9th Jun 2014 by JENDUBLINFirst Timer: 11 reviews
Definitely will be returning!
Posted 7th Jun 2014 by GARYMMOOREFirst Timer: 1 reviews
First time ever there - will definitely be back! I loved it
Posted 1st Jun 2014 by BREDAKELLY1First Timer: 1 reviews
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