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The food is not eatable! Truly memorable - I cannot ever remember trying to east such a bad meal.
This is a lovely little tearoom in the heart of Oak Bay with great ambience and service. The food is wonderful if you stick to the traditional English fare. We actually had Thanksgiving dinner here (which was fantastic) as well as afternoon tea on many occassions. A quick note...order the "tea biscuits" instead of the scones. They are tender and delicious and taste great with the homemade... more
Rude and Horrible
They used to be really good here, but over the years the owners have become complascent, and so has the staff. The food has really gone downhill, which is sad as I used to eat here once a week.
Cook can't cook an egg, had to return my Benny twice, and then listen to the cook bellow from the kitchen about me. I complained to the server, who told the owner, WHO DID... more
This outing was meant to be a Valentine treat for an old friend. I had been in this teahouse for the second time in a week and was disappointed each time. The service was poor both time (1 male, 1 female) What astonished me most was the poor quality and small number of the sandwiches offered (slapped together and thrown on the plate)and that the pastries looked like they had been purchased in... more
Oak Bay Bar & Bistro offers these services: tourism, touristic, restaurant, tourist attractions.
For afternoon tea, Blethering Place is a local standby, but the tea room serves every meal of the day, starting with an excellent breakfast. All the traditional favorites are here: eggs Benedict, omelettes, French toast, flapjacks. Some of Blethering Place's afternoon tea spread is also on offer – scones, crumpets and muffins, served with house made strawberry jam – a nice option for... more