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Tlicious in Brisbane, Queensland
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Lydia S rated this place
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I love this place, my friends and I come here very often. I adore that their Devonshire style teas and they have several different types of scones. They have a great variety of tea, and their packaged teas are quite cheap and of a wonderful quality. They do a wonderful traditional iced tea with syrup, brewed tea and ice.

The staff are wonderful, friendly and recognise me when I come in because I’m a bit of a regular there. They take great pride in their ingredients, where their products are sourced and I’m really happy to try their new flavours that they bring in. I love the variety they offer, the quality of their ingredients and products and the general atmosphere makes this a great little teahouse.

The Tea Centre - Albert Lane in Brisbane, QLD
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Lydia S rated this place
5/5
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I adore this place, it has a lovely atmosphere and its location only adds to the wonderful environment, I love that it’s so tucked away and secluded it helps to break up the urban atmosphere of the city. I love their teas, the staff is very helpful and obliging and I’m a regular there so I’m learning all their names.

The only criticisms I have is that they have so many types of tea available for purchase but not that many available to drink. I’m not sure if you can ask to drink something that’s off the menu but that’s worth a shot, too. Their food is lovely, the scones are nice and the flan is gorgeous, but it’s a little overpriced for my taste. I adore this place, though. I have bought many types of tea from there and been satisfied with the quality and taste, too. I’m never disappointed when I come here.

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