Good selection of sandwiches, quiches, etc. Many teas to choose from. Very pleasant and comfortable dining rooms. Service was excellent.
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Lovely tea room in historic district. We had lunch there and were afraid the food would be dainty and not very filling. We were wrong. We had the best lobster bisque and New England clam chowder. The curried chicken salad with a side salad and...More
I have a keen sense for when my GF is about to reach 'level 10 hangry' mode. Knowing that & coming upon the Dunbar Restaurant & Tea Room it was time to turn into their drive. What a pleasant surprise we had enjoying delicious food...More
I'd read reviews before going, so understood I might be in for some slow service but thought it'd be okay as long as we weren't in a hurry. Yikes. The service isn't just slow, but is almost non-existent. From the moment we walked in and...More
Based on the previous reviews we thought this would be a nice atmosphere for lunch. Unfortunately they were understaffed. There was a clock by the entry so I noted the time to be seated 8 minutes before anyone showed up to seat us, another 15...More
This restaurant has nothing good on the menu, and it rarely or never changes. The owner is rude to customers too. I have been here at the request of family members who wanted to see it. I no longer will order any food.
The food is amazing at this lovely restaurant. The soups are fresh and the selection of food in for afternoon tea is delightful!
Mom and I stopped here for lunch after a visit to The Sandwich Glass Museum - what a beautiful setting! The menu is very nice, with a variety of options, whether you wanted a true meal, or the "afternoon tea". Mom had quiche, which came...More
I've been a patron of Dunbar Tea House for many years, and the food, selection of teas, and services are always exceptional. Probably why I continue to travel a fairly long distance to enjoy the experience, as well as introduce my friends to the place....More