Tealicious was infact spotted by my visually impaired boyfriend. Yes it is that delicious that just the mere sight of their delicious cakes and teas attracted the visually impaired. I admit the smell of the place also attracted me to go there myself or take my mum there with me. Now that I have I am happy to write about how lovely the place actually is. Its quaint, casual and just a pleasure to experience. There is both indoor and outdoor eating areas. Outdoors they have metal tables and chairs with a pattern cut through them. Indoors the seating is wooden. Both staff through busy are happy and well mannered. You ca tell that they are really passionate about the products they are serving to you. Each brew is lovingly curated by a professional Sommelier tea maker. So popular is this particular tea shop in Durham that you can buy your favourite brew online and take it home with you. This tea room also makes cakes for special occasions and indeed can become your venue of choice. If you would like to know more and book your own Afternoon tea then please click down below.
accessibility at tealicious
Whilst the space is small a wheelchair and push chair can find their way in. Sadly toilets are upstairs. The staff whilst not specifically trained for those who are neurologically diverse they are happy to help where they can. For example if you cant read the menu they are happy to read it to you. Furthermore Allergies are catered for. For example I am allergic to caffeine and they are happy to find out whether that particular product has caffeine infused within.To those who ar gluten free they have a range of glutten free foods.. The environment is not quiet dure to the main road that is close to the guild.