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Friar Tuck’s Pantry Edit

2 ratings
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Type Tea Room
Style British
Serves Loose-leaf
Food Pastries, Sandwiches, Snacks
Features Afternoon tea
Good For Dates, Meetings

2 Reviews

Friar Tuck’s Pantry in Round Rock, Texas
4/5
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Emilie rated this place
4/5
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I went to this place for lunch on Saturday. I had their Friar Tuck’s Blend, which was a variation on the good old Earl. To eat, I got a Chicken Waldorf sandwich with chips. The sandwich was really good and I enjoyed all of the food and drink. The place has a cozy atmosphere. It seems like a really good place for a lunch out with someone, or to relax by yourself and read a book or the newspaper. I was too full to order a dessert so I cannot speak on that. They also have coffee, but I don’t like coffee, so somebody else will need to give it a try. The tea has 2 cup, 4 cup and 6 cup sizes. The only reason I did not give this is a full five stars was that I almost had nowhere to sit, and nobody helped me with what to do. Also, my tea came out quickly and yet it took over 30 minutes to get my sandwich. At that point, my tea was cold and pretty much gone. They said it was because they had only one cook. It seemed like they were normally this busy at lunch, so obviously they need to hire more than one cook for lunch on noon.

Friar Tuck’s Pantry in Round Rock, Texas
5/5
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elaynecrain rated this place
5/5
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This is probably my top tea place currently. The British lady who owns it couldn’t be nicer and her teas are lovely (made by Zhi tea here in Austin). The food is great and they even make their own desserts and baked goods. It’s child-friendly while still being sophisticated enough for a business meeting. If you haven’t tried it out yet, I recommend it!