Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Seven Oaks Tea Room

While the boys were away at summer camp, we found a tea room to visit. What made this special was the fact that we were able to enjoy an Evening Tea on a pleasant Tuesday night. Seven Oaks Tea Room located at 6116 Pigeon Hill Road in Spring Grove, PA is a small private tea room owned and operated by a husband and wife team.

Tea decor fills the room where we enjoyed our special evening as part of the birthday celebration.

The tea selection offered this evening was a tart Berry herbal blend. Since it was late in the day, the caffeine free option was appreciated.

Cranberry Scones with Devonshire cream marked the beginning of our Evening Time Tea.

Our dapper host, decked out in vest and white cotton gloves happily kept our teacups full.

A very generous salad with fresh crisp greens topped with sauerkraut which added a unique flavor to a traditional salad.

A hearty summer squash soup served with toasted croutons and a tarragon sprig was the next course.

The platter of sandwiches included a petite zucchini muffin with radishes, an open faced sandwich made with sliced cucumber, tomato and fresh basil and a Waldorf salad sandwich.

Fresh summer fruit accompanied the variety of sandwiches.

Dessert featured a lemon curd cake with a fresh fruit garnish. Our evening ended with a leisurely stroll around the garden.


Deb said...

What a cute tea room. Love their signs. It looks perfect and I like the special touches ie: the white glove. I imagine the garden was beautiful. Deb

Elizabeth said...

Sounds like a wonderful tea party!

Bernideen Canfield said...

Now isn't that lovely. I think their menu is wonderful and so appropriate for summertime! I am sure they felt honored to have you both!

Marilyn Miller said...

Now that is a lovely evening tea. I would never have thought of a Waldorf salad sandwich. Thanks for sharing it with us. Now send that cake our way, it looks delicious!

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

Looks like a nice way to spend the evening!

Angela McRae said...

The tea sounds delicious, and finishing it up with a stroll through a garden is just about as good as it gets in my book!