A visit to some charity shops were on the cards this morning and my OH suggested we visit Wetherby. As we walked along Market Place, I noticed a sign that said ‘Bonjour’ Tea Rooms. I like the idea of little Tea Rooms hidden away as this one was, above the shop floor of a bakery ‘Boulangerie French Bakery’. So, with a fruitful visit to the Charity Shops we back tracked and had a coffee.
Inside the Boulangerie was an array of breads and Patisserie, all baked fresh each day.
The Tea Room decor was simple, with a French theme of tables and chairs for two. There was plenty of space, and a list on the wall suggested Cakes to have with your coffee. As it was far too early for anything heavier than a light pastry, we opted for a filter coffee and I had a Danish, which was nice and freshly baked. However, the coffee was nothing special. I have to say I’ve been spoilt in recent months since my visit to La Bottega Milanese who for me, makes the best tasting coffee. A review of which is given here by Leeds Grub
On the way out I bought some Chocolate shortbread, which turned out to be very nice indeed. My Charity find for the day was a floral Old Royal Bone China sandwich plate costing 50p and a Cotton Napkin/Tea Tray Cloth costing 15p.
I hope to visit Wetherby again, because I noticed many more Tea Rooms hidden way.
Boulangerie french Bakery
34 Market Place