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Orangemabel in Stratford-on-Avon

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Based on 561 reviews found in 4 websites


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Lovely little tea rooms, amazing cake and the girls who were working were absolutely lovely.
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10 April 2019
10.0
Saturday 20th April 2019, My husband and I came here for coffee and cakes, and to donate some vintage cups, saucers and plates to this lovely tearoom, and as always we were not disappointed.
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03 May 2019
10.0
Great service and food. Recommended.
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09 April 2019
10.0
Saturday 17 March 2019, My husband and I came here for lunch, and we were not disappointed.
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TripAdvisor
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20 March 2019
10.0

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The Fuzzy Duck

27/02/2019: We have been to the Fuzzy Duck with friends a number of times over the last 3 years for lunch. Whilst it is still a lovely place to come with a great atmosphere and very good food it is no longer the excellent value it used to be since they no longer offer their very good 2/3 Course Set Lunch. We all felt a bill of over £140 for lunch( excluding service) for 2 courses, one round of drinks plus 4 coffees/teas was very expensive for what we had.
20/02/2019: What a little treasure house this is! Visited for Sunday lunch recently and was reaaly pleased with every component of the occasion. Beautiful bread, flavoured butter and excellent olives got us off to a fine start with one G&T; and three glasses of Bollinger. Between four of us we had three starters - the salmon plate, the pate and the 'scotched' duck egg - this latter was magnificent, still warm with a slightly soft yolk, watercress and a piccalilli dressing (I wonder if I could get them sent to me by post weekly?) . Mains were two roast lamb and two hake with an extra cauliflower cheese on the side just in case. All excellent. One lemon tart and one pannacotta served us well for afters. With four glasses of wine, two teas and three cappucci the bill was just over £200 - great value for fine food, service and atmosphere. I will certainly revisit in the near future.

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