Since the eighteenth century, Britain has been one of the world’s greatest tea consumers and with its vintage vibes The Hidden Treasure Tea Room in Exeter is buzzing with customers who love its nostalgic décor and homemade treats.
This week’s #FinditinExeter is The Hidden Treasure Tea Room, located on Fore Street; this gem of a café is an absolute delight for tea lovers and those with a sweet-tooth. The business has an interesting history of pop-up tea rooms, from setting up shop in people’s houses to enjoying a cream tea in a field; the surprise was always the unexpected location, hence the intriguing name.
Vicky, the owner of the Hidden Treasure Tea Room, is a true believer in recycling goods and re-using furniture. As well as this, she believes that good healthy produce is at the heart of what we should be eating. Whether it is vegetables grown in her allotment to make fresh soup, or baking fresh cakes every single day, she wants her customers to have the experience of sampling fresh, organic and tasty food.
The 32 seater tea room is a prime location for parties and group meet ups, even the furniture and crockery is available to hire for large events such as weddings or village fairs.
The tea room, along with the other shops on Fore Street, gives off a real sense of community and welcomes everyone through its doors. The Hidden Treasure Tea Room is a beautiful treasure of Exeter that everyone should be sure to head to.