A neighborhood cafe serving healthy & fun food; from low fat scones, muffins, croissants, rolls and bagels. Their morning specials includes the likes of such: Rumi’s Inspiration with imported feta cheese w/mint, walnut & hot pita bread served with Persian Imperial Tea.
Their teas are from MEM Tea Imports; a distributor of loose teas to restaurants and cafes.
I tried their Pomegranate Wu Wei herbal w/pomegranate juice with a lemon slice to go and by the time I had reached my destination my drink was pleasantly devoured.
They are an added ODE to Station Street.
This tearoom, with tea shop and gift boutique is located on Waltham’s busy Moody Street. Serving traditional afternoon tea, cream tea, light tea and children’s afternoon tea. Reservation is required.
Opens from Wed-Sun !1:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Brand of teas include: Harney’s Teas, Rishi Teas, Metropolitan teas, and The Republic of Tea if only to name a few. They also carry teapots, tea cups, tea pots holders and tea pouches, books on teas and magazines to do with tea and Victorian decor/Southern lifestyle.
The Tea Leaf’s motto says it best “For tea and treasured things.”
I only visited this place once on a whim. It was nicely decorated with antiquities; covered chairs or draped chairs, draperies all around the tea room area. They do have a small dining area not for tearoom activities perhaps.
They carry a great deal of Limoges and rooster’s imagery (cups, saucers and the like). Across from the tea area is a small book case fill with books; not sure if one can view or if they are just for purchase.
I thought the tearoom area was overly draped and this may be because the tearoom area is small. Just a sole opinion.
Leah Mae’s also has a Wellness Center upstairs focusing on Reiki, message, and meditation. And offers Psychic Saturday!