Sunday, 13 November 2011

Why Rosy Lee’s is one up on Claridges


CONGRATULATIONS to Caroline Dwen of Rosy Lee’s in Loddon for making it into a national chart for the“30 Best Places For Tea”. In fact Rosy Lee’s storms in at number 7 on the list published in The Times yesterday. And which tearoom is at Number 8? Claridge’s of London of course. No seriously. “Beloved by Norfolk Broads boatsmen,” goes the Times blurb, “who flock here for home-made food served on mismatched china by the cheery lady owner. Everything is home cooked and she’ll even do you a kipper and poached egg for tea if you feel like it.” A cheery owner, all the more cheery as a result, no doubt. Well done Caroline.


  1. barry and margaret from scotland23 April 2012 at 13:52

    very well deserved, should be at number 1 - we have travelled all over uk and this tearoom is the best.

  2. The provision of hot water bottles to cyclists on chilly days is above and beyond the call of duty, too. Unfortunately it makes you not want to leave :)

  3. Great food, but you don't go to Rosie Lees for food you go for the service with a genuine smile.