Saturday, 6 February 2016

Mrs Sailsbury's Famous Tea rooms and Saturday Shopping at Bright's path.

In need of a little winter pick me up my friend and I decided to visit Mrs Sailsbury's Famous Tea room for a sugar hit. I had already heard a lot of good things about Mrs Sailsbury's so I had high expectations. Mrs Sailsbury's is located in Maldon Highstreet down a little side turning (or mews lane as one shop refers to it)  called Bright's path. Bright's path really is a hidden treasure, it's wonderful- full of quirky boutiques shops and obviously Mrs Sailsbury's fabulous tearooms. I cannot put across in words how charming and beautiful Bright's path is, the shops are all painted in muted purples and greys, the pavement is cobbled and the old fashioned posters make you feel like you have stepped into another era. There is a beautiful preloved bridal shop, a sweet shop in an old fashioned beach hut and even a phonebox offering scarves and Paddington Bear plushes.

The boutique shops are exquisite, I particularly loved the home interior boutiques Grey Rufffle  and Poppy and Finn (and may or may not have purchased a rather large wall clock for my kitchen) 

Mrs Sailsbury's is housed in a beautiful oldy worldy building with low ceilings and exposed beams. They offer outside seating  complete with blankets and gingerbread hot water bottles.  

Inside is cosy and intimate, with a friendly relaxed atmosphere.

The food was delicious, first up were the sandwiches, the bread was soft and the fillings generous. my favourite was the brie, cranberry and walnut sandwich on granary bread.
Next I tried the fruit scone with clotted cream and jam- it was huge!

The scone was closely followed by Mrs Salisbury's chocolately, chewy, scrumptious brownie and her equally scrummy pistachio and berry pavlova. Then came the raspberry and prosecco jelly topped with cream, the ultimate adult jelly.

Finally I polished off my tea with the help of Mrs Sailsbury's chocolate dipped Viennese biscuit.
We had a fantastic time at Mrs Sailsbury's famous Tea rooms, the service was friendly, the setting was so pretty, the food was really scrummy and it was great value for money. I would really recommend a visit to Mrs Sailsbury's Famous Tea Room.

One my way to Mrs Sailsbury's I spotted this greengrocers, how cute is there window display?

Do you have any recommend places for afternoon tea? Have you ever been to Mrs Sailsbury's ? I love to know, leave me a comment below,
Love Chlo XxX



  1. I love it there! It's a nice place to go go any time of year. We've took the dog a few times and sat outside with the blankets and hot water bottles. Very cosy :-)

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