The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 27, 1998 · Page 115
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 115

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TGIF The Palm Beach Post MARCH 27, 1998 Page 19 mm J Enjoy leisurely lunch at Little Tea House TffjL AL 1 w w DEAL ?r. i ?r?.' " ' '.-";:.;,- in r.'-T V ;p, The Little Tea House Accofding to Florida State 455 25, the patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or to be reimbursed for payment for any offer, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of such within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for free or reduced fee service, examination or treatment. ADDRESS: 3627'2 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach. Phone: 832-5683. ATMOSPHERE: Charming, old cottage with antiques and lace. PRICE RANGE: $4-$9. HOURS: Open Monday through Saturday. For lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For cream tea and dessert, 3-5 p.m.. High tea by reservation. CREDIT CARDS: No. RESERVATIONS: Recommended. WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: Yes. NONSMOKING AREA: Entire restaurant is nonsmoking. CHILDREN'S MENU: No. By Mary Thurwachter Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH In the mood for a leisurely lunch in a cottage as cute as grandma's? Consider The Little Tea House on South Dixie Highway in the middle of Antique Row. i The quaint dining rooms have hardwood floors, Oriental rugs, lace curtains, faux finishing on the walls, cloth table coverings and paper lace place mats. Lunch is served on floral china plates, and tea is poured from porcelain teapots. The pace is easy, relaxing. Unlike some restaurants, there's no need to shout to be heard here. There are several small rooms, one of which has a table for four, which would be perfect for a business meal. But, generally, the Tea Room is ideal for a leisurely lunch, a spot of tea and easy conversation with friends. And the food is good. I ordered a Black Forest ham sandwich ($6). It was enhanced by honey mustard and cucumbers, served on a baguette and was the perfect size for lunch. Another in our group ordered strawberry chicken salad ($7), which, she said, was very light. The portion served was just enough. The salad of greens was small but very tasty. She especially liked the raspberry dressing. The third diner chose a sampler plate ($9), which included the strawberry chicken salad, a mixed greens salad and a seafood salad. All received thumbs up. We loved the herbal iced tea, as well. The Tea House is a good place to spot from the road. It is behind Donvan & Gray Antiques, 3625 S. Dixie I lighway, on the west side of the road. There s a walkway next Qee the Company Premiere KRYIS CENTER to the antiques store leading to the yellow-and-white house and a tiny parking lot behind the store. If you go, be sure to have plenty of time there s no rush ing here and just one waitress and leave your credit cards at home. It's a cash-only establish FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Friday, March 27 al 8 pm Saturday, March 28 at 2 pm and 8 pm Sunday, March 29 at 1 pin S. FLORIDA TOLL-FREE: 930-DWCE (3262) THIS PR04.RIM GF.NF.ROI SU' i df.ri RrrrEN bv AimTK in Kxptvss Company 4giulrm Restaurant Pamela S Todd Gtk Oof Paul Taylor's Funny Papers, a dance based on comic-strip characters and pop music of the '50s and '60s, plus 3 other exciting works, in our season-finale program. SFASO H0V)RF.F.S: Duumr & Mk luH Runes Rotund R KfiKwm llt-ds & Ifcxuld Uiim Fdvtina (Junk Piim-b & Tixid Clr far! Dt'Sanus to find desserts like grandma used to make. We ordered three to share. We especially liked the lemon torte with pine nuts ($4). But the apricot tart ($4) was a close second, and there were no complaints about the New York cheesecake ($4). If you go, you may want to park your car on Dixie Highway near the Goodwill store, which is across the street The place is a bit hard ment. Meal Deal is The Post's budget dining feature, and runs in addition to regular reviews from critic Paul Reid. Staff writers dine anonymously. All costs are paid by The Post T Fwhn (.ilhrfl Niyp. MJiiu & )j Hilina Oph Iu&iun K iM Frone SontkiHing (jrl lSanti SunTrust I niled Crimes m - X & MIAMI CITYBALLET REAM his DO Gamxrv & More lowaae m i i i i i i s t i c i c t o flmridm'i Inttrumtimnlly-Aclsimt4 Omnft Cmmfmny F ault nMtiinh4Milnt1 t4Srtc hrip '.vn mjmmithjikitm Prriuntunrrs aUo H IUik- Gmim Hall in cM Bm rd. pri I V The Source GOING ON Vacation? Call Us. We'll interrupt your service, or save the newspapers for you. Call 820-4663 or I -800-654-1 23 1. II film lfc-fi 1 t Hf t.-i; tr -m 1 1 nir-' w w-nwi w rW "!' '!i Utt a W f HUM- 4" ' r t W For Barbie; Bears 8c Dolls 561-640-9575 -'.' H i W lilt It ;nVJl !

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