This teatoom found along the Cumbrian coastline in the town of Silloth has been featured in the prestigious The Times newspaper’s best places to eat on the coast.
The vintage tearoom, The Fairydust Emporium was named ninth in its list of coastal eateries by Cumbrian food writer Grace Dent and TV chef Ainsley Harriot.
Writing about Silloth Dent noted that it was the place to go for “an enormous hot chocolate and a fat slice of cake.
Dent spent her childhood in the classic seaside town which she notes has a “village green, a maze and a penny arcade” so it’s easy to see how the Fairy Dust Emporium and its clasic vintage tearoom vibes fir into her 1030s idealised vision of the seaside town.
Known for serving up an ever changing menu of wonderful food & drink offerings including impressive hot chocolates, jacket potatoes, filled paninis, ice sundaes, homemade cakes and a fantastic afternoon teamthe vintage tearoom is a popular choice for locals and tourists alike.
It’s not only the food that makes The Fairy Dust Emporium magical, the decoration is just as exciting with touches of fairy dust, rainbows and a mystical forest mixed with a classic vintage British vibe the place is a great place for families to visit.
They’re also Dog Friendly offering water and treats to your puppers when they visit as well as featuring you pooches on their social channels. We can feel the love already.