This is a lovely treat! We had the fondu which was just sublime. Very friendly service and look forward to visiting again soon.
This is a cosy tea shop located just away from the main hustle and bustle of Thame high street. It has a pleasent ambiance, especially if you sit near the chocolate displays. Just how do they make chocolate ghosts!
Well worth a visit to sample the well known locally made chocolates.
Death-by-chocolate or chocolate heaven....both descriptions apply. The sweet treats are all delicious but the chocolate brownies are simply the best....fudge-y with a delicate, crisp crust. The carrot cake makes me feel virtuous but without feeling deprived....my only criticism is that the cream offered as an accompaniment, is thin and too runny to add any wickedness to any of the sweet treats on offer. I'm not a fan of ice-cream, so it sometimes is a let down on this tiny detail.
The shop is spacious and a great place to meet for a coffee and a treat but it isn't the place I'd head for a bite for lunch. The very small, daily savoury menu seldom appeals.
This is a wonderful little coffee shop at the end of the high street in Thame next to the Swan Hotel. They ell beautiful lunches and in particular delicious salads to my knowledge, one in particular filled with roasted veges, onions and mushrooms soaked in balsamic vinegar and oil and a very tasty cut of what tastes like home-made bread. You can also watch the chocolates being made which is fascinating and also smell them which is tempting enough! Chocolates are well worth trying.