Just recently as you can see from my previous post, we went camping in the New Forest. We had such a lovely time, on the Saturday morning we ventured out the campsite into Ringwood to have a look around. We were so glad that we did because it was beautiful. The town centre was so quaint and we loved looking around.
We were really hungry and the reason for heading into Ringwood was to get breakfast. My husband loves a well presented cafe. So when he spotted Boston Tea Party in the town centre which is situated in a gorgeous historic building called Frampton’s Mill, he was sold straight away especially by the signs of free range eggs and meat. So was I! We went inside and made ourselves comfortable! We loved the table set up, and we really felt at home, there was a lovely atmosphere in the cafe, along with the quiet sounds of other customers voices. We felt at home, which is always a good feeling to have when you are eating out.
We were so excited about the menu, some lovely dishes, and so many to choose from. I love that they served avocado with some meals. Not many cafe’s do at all and I loved this about Boston Tea Party.
I had the eggy bread with bacon and avocado, with a hot chocolate and my husband had eggs Benedict. We enjoyed our meals they were delicious. Archie had scrambled egg on toast (his favourite), I was pleasantly surprised that his toast was served cut into tiny pieces, again as this is not standard in many cafe’s and Archie loved been able to pick his finger sized toast up without having half of it falling out of his hand. Sophia, bless her, had a ham sandwich! That is what she wanted for breakfast, cant argue with a four and a half year old!
The cafe was very clean and well presented, the staff were friendly and welcoming, and the customer service was fantastic. Thank you so much Boston Tea Party for having us, it was a pleasure to eat at your cafe in Ringwood. We will not hesitate to visit again.
*We were not asked to write a review for Boston Tea Party, we were just so impressed with the service and food we had to write about it!