Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
Winterthur Museum & Country Estate

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate

  • Dining Style: Casual Dining
  • Website: http://www.winterthur.org/?p=759
  • Phone: 3028884826x
  • Hours of Operation:
    Visitors Center Garden Cafe - 9am - 4pm (Tuesday - Sunday)
    Cottage Cafe - 10am - 4:30pm (Tuesday - Sunday)
    Closed on Mondays

    Afternoon Tea Scheduled through January :
    August 10th- SOLD OUT
    August 17th
    August 24th
    August 31st
    September 7th
    September 13th
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    November 15th
    November 16th
    November 22nd
    November 23rd
    November 30th
    December 7th
    December 28th
    January 4th

    Yuletide Brunch with Santa Scheduled in December:
    December 13th
    December 14th
    December 20th
    December 21st
  • Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
  • Cuisine: Comfort Food, Contemporary American
  • Executive Chef: Gary Coyle
  • Dress Code: Casual Dress
  • Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
  • Additional Details: Banquet/Private Rooms, Beer, Cafe, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Getting there

  • Parking: Public Lot
  • Parking Details: Parking is available in the Visitor Center parking lot.

A word from Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
Founded by Henry Francis du Pont, Winterthur (pronounced “winter-tour”) is the premier museum of American decorative arts, reflecting both early America and the du Pont family’s life here. Its 60-acre naturalistic garden is among the country’s best, and its research library serves scholars from around the world. We invite you to visit and explore this place of beauty, history, and learning.

Reservations are accepted for Sunday brunches, Afternoon Tea and many other special dining experiences held at Winterthur. Reservations are not required for dining in the Visitor Center Garden Cafe or the Cottage Cafe. Winterthur Members receive 10% off all Visitor Center Garden Cafe and Cottage Cafe purchases, preferred seating at special holiday brunches, and discounts on catered events.
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  • Diners' Choice WinnerContemporary American
  • Diners' Choice WinnerGreat for Brunch
  • Diners' Choice WinnerGreat for Lunch
Winterthur Museum & Country Estate reviews from OpenTable diners
95 reviews since April 22, 2014
Overall Rating3.7
  • Food3.7
    Service3.7
  • Ambiance3.7
    Noise LevelModerate
80% of reviewers would recommend this restaurant to a friend.
scenic view (52)great for brunch (47)special occasion (42)great for lunch (40)good for groups (32)great for outdoor dining (13)kid-friendly (10)fit for foodies (6)neighborhood gem (5)romantic (3)late-night find (2)hot spot (1)Show More
  • Tea Time
    BarbaraT
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    This was a wonderful event. Everything was perfect. Plan to attend another one in the near future.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, great for outdoor dining, special occasion, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Afternoon tea after Downton!
    OpenTable Diner Since 2014
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    This was my first visit to Winterthur. It was easy to make on-line reservations. The room was nicely decorated and the staff was very attentive. It was a great birthday surprise for my friend! There was a nice selection of choices on the buffet table and the staff was quick to replenish. The dessert table was a special treat. It would have been nice to have some quiet background music, such as a string quartet. Also, fresh fruit added to the dessert buffet.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Afternoon Tea
    OpenTable Diner Since 2014
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    This was the first afternoon tea I attended where the food was served buffet style rather than individual portions presented on decorative china. There were only 2 selections of decaf tea on the table - Lipton and peppermint - and there was no cream. When I asked, I was provided with another single option for a decaf tea which arrived in tea bag form and cream was provided. Luncheon food was fair to good - dessert buffet was very good. I selected that I would recommend it, but not necessarily for afternoon tea.
    Special Features:
    scenic view
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Great museum, disappointing tea.
    Carol
    Dined on 8/17/2014
    We were seated at the rear of the tea room. Our tablecloth was stained. A small plate with a few standard-issue tea bags was placed in the middle of the table. Waitresses periodically poured lukewarm water into our cups and brought cream in bent, tarnished metal creamers. I was not expecting to stand in line at buffet tables for mediocre sandwiches and desserts. The ambience was loud and rushed. Where were the teapots, flavorful teas and gracious touch of elegance? Visiting the grounds and buildings of the Winterthur estate is a marvelous experience, but I would skip the tea which is managed separately.
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Downton Tea for 2
    2young2Bold
    Dined on 8/10/2014
    This was a lovely opportunity for me and my friend to play big girl "dress-up" and enjoy a delightful dining experience. The Winterthur Afternoon Tea was the perfect accompaniment to this meal and we were happy to discover that it can be purchased in the Bookstore. The food was fabulous and the ambiance superb.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, great for outdoor dining, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Not a sufficient high tea...
    GoldenPeacockVIP
    Dined on 8/10/2014
    If you've ever had high tea or afternoon tea, this is not it. The previous disappointed diners points are quite valid- service, food, tea, buffet was all lacking. Great place to visit, but recommend you eat elsewhere.
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  • Downton Abbey Tea
    Socialbutterfly809
    Dined on 8/3/2014
    We went to the Downton Exhibit and the to the Downton Tea. It was fabulous!!! The tea was a perfect end to a great day! The food was delicious with a great selection. Definitely recommend it. I come from NY and it was close. Took exactly 2 hours!
    Special Features:
    scenic view
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Expensive but quaint
    Summertea
    Dined on 8/3/2014
    They seated us right by the door and the server looked a bit unkept. She was sweaty, her hair was messy. Not what I would expect for an expensive tea. Ambiance could have been much better. The food was tasty and there was plenty of it. Could have played some classical music or something to make it seem a lot nicer. I had never been to a tea before but not what I was expecting for the cost. We paid $85 for 2adults and a child. I don't know that I'd do it again for the price.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, kid-friendly, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Scrumptious tea
    DOwnton
    Dined on 7/27/2014
    Great food, plenty of it. Service was first rate. Views fine in all directions
    Special Features:
    special occasion
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Beautiful
    LindafromNJ
    Dined on 7/27/2014
    The view was beautiful at Winterthur and the food was wonderful, a little warm since we were sitting next to a window and the air conditioning felt low there. The Tea was served buffet style and there was plenty of food and the staff there seem to refill where ever something went low.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Afternoon Tea
    Teafor3orMore
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    The selection of sweet and savory foods was outstanding.
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, special occasion, great for lunch
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelCannot Recall
  • 3fussywomen
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    We came expecting the typical English Tea of small sandwiches and scones and found an extensive buffet of a well-prepared and scrumptious variety of foods. Kudos to the chef!
    Special Features:
    fit for foodies, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Wonderful experience!
    My2Cents
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    My friend and I attended the Downton Abbey Costume exhibit at Winterthur, Delaware. We chose to enhance that experience with the 'High Tea' offered in the Cafe there. The food was amazing! We had a very nice selection of teas, savories, and mini desserts that were all delicious. The cafe looks out over the grounds of Winterthur, which is lovely. The only recommendation I would make is to add more wait staff; our server seemed to be extremely busy keeping up with all her tables, although she did an admirable job. I would love to do this all over again--and I just might, with another friend or two.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, great for lunch, scenic view
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Downton Abbey Tea
    foodadventures
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    We were at that visitors center cafeteria for the Downton Abbey tea. The whole Winterthur Estate is beautiful and the staff very helpful and efficient. the cafeteria was done as nicely as could be expected for a cafeteria for the tea. I would have preferred to be in the atrium of the main building and with table service for the tea. the buffet was fine and the food was very good but that is why I didn't give it excellence rating. Overall a very nice experience.
    Special Features:
    kid-friendly, good for groups, great for outdoor dining, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
    • Food
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • A Lot of Room and Comfortable
    Awesome
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    The Afternoon Tea was in a grande room and was served Buffet Stye. Although the tea was actually tea bags there were many flavors to choose from. The selection of food at the buffet was awesome. Crab Salad, Stuffed Mushrooms, Gouda Cheese Wraps, etc. Everything was delicious and the desert table was as delicious as it was inviting to look at. We had a table of for 4. It was fun, because the servers were dressed like the Downton Abbey servers. Just overall beautiful to look out the glass walls to see the garden. I will definitely go back.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, special occasion, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Lovely afternoon tea!
    LadyV
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    Tables were set properly, warm cauliflower soup in a shot glass was delivered with care, stem ware with ice water was great for a warm summer day, hot water for tea was replenished frequently, the buffet of savouries had variety and were delicious, and the desserts were attractive and yummy. I have catered teas for large groups before and understand the challenges of meeting everyone's expectations. I was concerned our tea would be a disappointment since some of the online reviews were quite critical. Winterthur has clearly responded to the concerns and it was a lovely experience. Still to fix: the scones (over handled and baked too long) and lemon curd (had a salty after taste!) Pinkies up for Winterthur's Downton Abbey display and tea!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Winterthur tea
    JRS22066
    Dined on 7/20/2014
    We visited the Downton Abbey costume exhibit, which was just fabulous, then stayed for the tea. The tea was very inauthentic. It was served buffet-style, which would never be done. Small pots are provided, and a selection of tea bags. Again, this isn't a proper tea. Each server had many, many tables to cover, really just to pour the hot water, but it was hard to get refills. The room is quite pretty, but so large that it became very noisy. The charge for each person is $30, way too much for what you get. While we will most likely come back to see the Downton Abbey costume exhibit again, we will definitely not stay for the tea.
    Special Features:
    scenic view
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Disappointing and Overpriced
    RockGirl
    Dined on 7/13/2014
    Went for the "Tea" as we were visiting Winterthur specifically for the Downton Abbey costume exhibit. The "tea" was presented in the back half of a large banquet hall. We were seated at round tables of 8. The "ea" was a buffet. None of the foods put out were listed on the menu shown online. The food was good but, very tiny servings. 3/4" piece of semolina toast, 1/2" mushroom caps, etc. Hot water and tea bags were available at our tables. The serve staff was friendly and attentive. You never would have known that this was to be a "tea". Overall, I felt for $30, the event and food was overpriced.
    Special Features:
    great for lunch
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Not again, thanks.
    cleareyeinmontco
    Dined on 7/13/2014
    A friend and I decided to do the English Tea in conjunction with our tour of the Downton ABBEY costumes. While we certainly enjoyed the costumes, I cannot say the same for the tea. I found the items from both the savory and sweets table to be less than fresh. There was a stale taste to almost everything. Our server, while pleasant, did not attend to us as we would have preferred. We were almost finjshed with our sweets before she returned with hot coffee, even though she went by our table three times and announced she was bringing the coffee. The whole thing left a "bad taste in our mouths."
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  • English tea
    Ud2014
    Dined on 7/6/2014
    We went to see the downton abbey exhibit and then had English tea in their garden cafe. It was a perfect compliment to the exhibit. The tea sandwiches and scones were delicious
    Special Features:
    great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Needs More Attention To Detail
    Lilly32
    Dined on 7/6/2014
    I recently attended the afternoon tea service at Winterthur along with two friends. I would like to suggest to the restaurant at Winterthur that the soup be offered in a cup or small bowl vs. a shot glass, and that there be a small salad offered in addition to the finger sandwiches, which would look better cut into small triangles and served on a tiered platter. Most importantly, the tea should have been freshly brewed rather than offering tea bags. Also, the wait staff should wear gloves in accordance with the period costumes they wore. Since the tea service was in accordance with the Downton Abbey exhibit, it would have been nice to have music from that period, and the decor could have been more in line with the period as well.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Afternoon tea at the Estate
    mamaluvsbrunchtea
    Dined on 7/6/2014
    Enjoyed everything--scenery, staff, food. What a wonderful way to spend the day with a friends. Downton Abbey, the gardens, the shops and afternoon tea. The only disappointment, minor but irritating was that the raspberry scones ran out within a 1/2 hour of 3 o'clock tea and were not replaced.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • An embarrassing tea for Downton
    MainLineMikeVIP
    Dined on 7/6/2014
    Celebrating the Costumes of Downton Abby exhibit (which was great by the way), Winterthur served tea in the café. Well, served is not really a proper term as it was a buffet, so it was self-serve. And tea is not really a proper term. While they were flogging 3 different blends of loose tea in the gift shops, they only had lousy bag tea on the tables. The scones were like little hockey pucks -- virtually inedible. The only shining star to this experience was the lemon curd. Last but hardly least, while they had linens on the tables, cloth napkins and decent flatware, they did nothing to block the view of the standard cafeteria line -- creating a jarring vision with the liveried staff refilling the hot water and buffet lines.
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  • Downton Abbey Tea at Winterthur
    CLRRDR79
    Dined on 6/29/2014
    There were 4 in our party and we dined at Winterthur on Sunday afternoon (6/29) at the Downton Abbey-themed Tea. We were very happy with the service, the food selection and the lovely view. The waiters/waitresses were dressed in period costume and were very friendly and attentive. We had a wonderful time and would definitely return.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Tea Time Injustice
    kwin
    Dined on 6/29/2014
    A Winterthur member, I 've enjoyed meals tied into Christmas or another event so expections were high for the 29.95 p/p tea tied to Downton Abbey event. Very disappointing: of 4 at my table, 2 teacups (unwieldy teapot cups) were stained & dirty; about 8 teabags were simply scattered on a butterplate; it was not tea service, but a buffet of standard sliced -store-style breads with ham, salmon or crab spreads (the fillings were ok) cut into strips; it was near impossible to get hot water refills. The sweets table also buffet, but adequate. Highpoint was a soup "shooter" which was not really part of the menu. Even the simplest tea cafe provides fresh tea sandwiches & sweets as tableservice. Staff dressed in maids' uniforms do not a tea make.
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  • Tea Time at Winterthur
    loves2eat
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    I went with a friend for the Downtown exhibit. We decided to end the day with a tea time! The brunch was very good. In general, the food was pretty good. The ingredients that were used were luxury items. While the price came out to around $30 per person before tax, with tip it was $36. There was a selection of teas to choose from. Small snacks and finger foods included hot ones and sweet ones. There were traditional finger sandwiches with fish and ham. There were also a nice variety of sweet treats. I wish they had more of the cauliflower soup, which was outstanding. I prefer hot dishes so I would liked to have seen more hot dishes. But it was a nice treat and money well spent.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, kid-friendly, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view, neighborhood gem, hot spot
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Downton Abbey High Tea
    hightealover
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    I enjoyed the Downton Abbey tea overall. I would have preferred that tea items were served at the table instead of using the buffet. We were seated in front of the buffet and people waited in line to get at the table. Most distracting for our table conversation. It also prevented us from looking out the windows unobstructed. I would suggest that for $30.00 a person most people expect to be served. Sandwiches while waiting to be served should be covered with a damp cloth in the kitchen. Some of them were dried out by the time we ate, and we had a 3:00 reservation. Thank you for asking for my input.
    Special Features:
    good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Downton Abbey Tea
    WinterthurFan
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    I knew the ambiance would not be great, eating in the Visitor's Center at Winterthur. But that was no excuse for the marginal quality of the food. The "shooter" of cream of cauliflower soup was tasty. While the tea sandwiches and scones were good, the desserts (very heavy on chocolate) were stale. The petite fours were like squares of cardboard with funky tasting icing. The all-in-one teapot and (extremely large) cup could easily have been replaced with small teapots. Would not recommend this dining experience to anyone.
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Downton Abbey tea
    winterthurfan
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    The setting is lovely, and it is fun to see patrons dressed in period clothing. However, I think $30. for tea bags and a small buffet is quite high price. The savory table was very limited while the dessert table had a bit more variety. We had to ask for our "shooter" of cauliflower soup and refills of hot water for the tea. I realize that Winterthur is raising money on the exhibit, but I think they must have cleared at least $20. for each person served. While I would certainly recommend an estate visit to a friend, I would not recommend the tea.
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    scenic view
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Not so special
    Barbs75
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    Wasn't impressed with the tea at all, have been to much nicer teas at other venues. Only three selections of tea sandwiches, two of which were fish. Cucumber sandwiches are a staple at real teas, but they only offered ham, salmon and crab. Soup was good but in a tiny little dessert glass that a spoon didn't fit into so you were forced to drink it out of the glass, not tea-party like at all. Desserts were nice enough. Nothing special about this tea for $30. Winterthur Museum is beautiful, I have been there before and will be going back again, but I will be skipping the tea next time.
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    scenic view
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
    I would recommend this to a friend.
  • Abbey Tea
    Disappointedfan
    Dined on 6/28/2014
    Very disappointed in the tea especially considering the price. The food was very average but with fancy names. Typically afternoon teas do not have tea bags but freshly brewed tea with your own individual tea pot. The deserts, although beautifully presented, could have been store bought in some cases. The only good thing about the tea was the lovely outdoor view, spending time with my friend at the table and our nice waitress, who appeared to be a little harried at times. If this tea took place at Downton Abbey, they would dismiss all the kitchen staff. Considering the tea was part of the Downtown Abbey exhibit (which was wonderful), the tea should have been more authentic.
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    • Noise LevelQuiet
  • Loved it!
    FirefighterJoan
    Dined on 6/21/2014
    Went for brunch during the "Costumes of Downton Abbey" exhibit. The food was wonderful. The "staff" was dress in costume! Had a great time! Don't miss it!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • FoodloverVIP
    Dined on 6/21/2014
    The Downington Abbey theme was cute, the servers were very friendly and efficient, and food very good and different. We would go to a similar event at the Garden as they are exceptional!
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelModerate
  • Disappointed
    Kestrel
    Dined on 6/15/2014
    I had booked a table for a formal tea. There was not table service, the food was put out buffet style. The traveling exhibit was The Costumes from Downton Abbey and the tea was advertised as a traditional English tea. It was not. The food was put out buffet style, there was not enough of some of the items. This was a reservation only seating, so the number of guests would have been available. There are certain food items, like scones, crumpets, lemon curd, clotted cream, tea sandwiches, small pastries that are traditional to an English tea. Not all these items were present, or they had been consumed by the time my friend and I arrived.
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    scenic view
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  • Lovely tea for the masses
    dcrdcrVIP
    Dined on 6/15/2014
    If you need to serve tea for 150 people at once, buffet style is the only practical option which was the style here, though not in the style of high tea, Downton Abbey style. Wait staff were attentive in refilling hot water, though the tea cups were huge and a little clunky with the teapot that sits on top of the cup. Tea bags were used rather than brewed loose tea, so that's not tradition for high tea, either. But, all in all, it was fun and the savory/sweet offerings for a 3-course tea were very tasty (no Devonshire cream, though great lemon curd). The cream of cauliflower soup was a nice touch that is outside the usual high tea offerings. It's a limited time availability, so will be missed as a dining option when summer ends.
    Special Features:
    great for outdoor dining, special occasion, scenic view
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    • Noise LevelEnergetic
  • Disappointing
    Msvivian
    Dined on 6/15/2014
    We attended the tea following the Downton Abbey exhibit. We had never been to a buffet tea, but that in itself wouldn't have been too bad, although it significantly changes the ambiance. The sandwiches were all served on country white instead of different breads. The tea was bagged rather than brewed and the flavor choices were very limited. We have attended many teas and this one was much more generic and I guess we expected more because we figured it would be fashioned as an English high tea.
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  • Downton tea an overpriced mess
    therealwriter
    Dined on 6/15/2014
    If you're going to have a tea associated with the Downton exhibit and have the wait staff in period clothing, then you better serve a proper tea. The scones were very small and the overly sweet kind you serve at meetings from a catering service. The sandwiches were sloppily made and all salads, no variety, snd there were weird little button mushrooms, a "quiche" loaf-like thing, and more tiny cold quiches. The most random, strange array I've ever seen. Thrown together for sure. Only the desserts were decent. The kicker was no cream, jam, or butter for the scones! It was ridiculously overpriced for $30 person and a disappointing end to what had been a nice tour of the house and a visit to the Downton exhibit. Would not recommend.
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  • Downton Abbey brunch dissapointing
    notAfan
    Dined on 6/8/2014
    No carvery or main meal for a rather high price. Noisy and the food ingredients in all the dishes were the same.
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    good for groups, scenic view
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  • Winterthur brunch
    eatoutoften
    Dined on 6/8/2014
    Winterthur is a magical place, but sadly the brunch was lacking. Food was mediocre at best, tea water lukewarm. I wouldn't recommend brunch there, have brunch before touring wonderful Winterthur.
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  • Great food and lovely setting.
    YorkLinda
    Dined on 6/8/2014
    The brunch menu was exceptionally nice with a wide variety of foods. Lamb, salmon, omelet station in a lovely setting. There was a nice distance between tables, so private conversation was contained. The brunch was in a pretty, glass-walled garden room adjacent to the Visitor Center and gift shop.
    Special Features:
    great for brunch, good for groups, special occasion, great for lunch
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    I would recommend this to a friend.