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A Taste of Britain was featured in the May 6, 2016, episode of Friday Arts on WHYY! Our segment starts around minute 22 of the video on this page.
Laura Brennan featured A Taste of Britain in County Lines Magazine‘s Brandywine Table May 2017 article, “Hosting a Tea Party.” Take a look!
Debbie dished about A Taste of Britain on WCHE 1520 am’s “Eat, Drink, and Dish,” aired on February 17, 2017, hosted by Mary Bigham of The Town Dish. Listen by clicking the link below! (Our segment starts at time 13:00)
We are honored to be voted County Lines 2017 Best of the Best Hall of Fame!!
Thank you to Greg Caggiano of the “Eating New Jersey” blog for a wonderful review after his visit in January, 2017!
We are proud to have earned a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence – thanks to your great reviews! We really appreciate it!
A Taste of Britain was named to Main Line Today’s 2015 Best of the Main Line – Best Tea House!
A Taste of Britain was named to Main Line Times 2015 Best of Main Line Media News – Best Tea Shop! Thank you to all who voted!
A Taste of Britain was featured in Emily Ryan’s article in The Daily Local News on July 22, 2015.
County Lines Magazine – Best of the Best 2015
A Taste of Britain is a County Lines Magazine “Best of the Best” (January 2015 issue). Best of the Best – Best Tea Room. Thank you County Lines!
A Taste of Britain was featured in Emily Ryan’s article “Step Back in Time”, in anticipation of the Downton Abbey season premier in January, 2015.
A Taste of Britain was thrilled to be featured in the May/June 2014 issue of Tea Time Magazine! We were part of their article about Pennsylvania Tea Rooms. Click below to read the article.
A Taste of Britain was included in the County Lines May 2014 issue featuring the best of Wayne.
A Taste of Britain was named “Best Tea Shop” by Main Line Media News again in 2014! We are honored!
A Taste of Britain was named “The Best Tea Shop” by Main Line Today. Click here to read the article.
Brandywine Table – “Easy Tailgating”
A Taste of Britain was featured in County Lines Magazine‘s June 2013 issue, in the Brandywine Table column, featuring easy and delicious tailgating ideas. Click here to read the article.
Tea Tasting at the Wayne Art Center
On September 24, 2012, A Taste of Britain hosted a tea tasting at the Wayne Art Center. Guests enjoyed tea sandwiches and an informative discussion of the different types of tea, and then tasted 12 different teas. We all had a blast!
B101 Comes To A Taste of Britain!
Local radio station B101’s morning show hosts, Tiffany and Michael, visited A Taste of Britain for Afternoon Tea on July 24, 2012, to get a taste of England in preparation for the London Olympics. We had a great time chatting with them!
Food News for May (County Lines Online, May 2012)
“Another feature of the Devon’s Country Fair I never miss is the Tea Sandwiches, recalling boarding school teas that first acquainted me with these elegantly carved pastry wedges embracing cream cheese or butter-bound vegetable, meat and seafood fillings. Daughter Jane and friends love these delicacies and after moving to Berwyn, we wanted to create a summer garden tea party for her birthday. A Taste of Britain, in Eagle Village Shops in Wayne, prepared exquisite tea sandwiches, scones, cookies, cake, lemon curd and jams for the occasion. All were perfection.”
Walk About Wayne (County Lines Online, April 2012)
“Need a breather before heading to another shop? You can…relax with a cuppa from A Taste of Britain, where tea is the beverage of choice and shelves are well-stocked with Barry’s, Lyons, Ribena and more.”
“A British Easter brunch, once stuffy foods are updated, now hip and trendy” (Philadelphia Inquirer / Philly.com review by Ashley Primis, April 2012
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“Afternoon High Tea at A Taste of Britain in Wayne, PA” (California Tea House review by Christine Tarlecki, March 2012)
“In my tea travels, I’m always looking for a great place for afternoon high tea. If you happen to be in Wayne, PA, I have found the perfect place: A Taste of Britain. Tucked away amongst cute shoppes off Route 30, this wide-planked, restful-rooms restaurant, with its soothing pale green walls, classy chandeliers and homey atmosphere, this truly is the place to have lunch, tea, or the full complement of tea and scones- the Afternoon High Tea…The entire experience was delicious, relaxing and soothing. The owner, Debbie Heth, was gracious and welcoming and knows her tea, as many, many customers came through the door all afternoon, seeking comfort and relaxation, as only a good tea can provide.”
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