The Victorian Lady Tea Room


Address
114 E. Market St
Mabank, Texas 75147

Contact
903-887-1837




The Victorian Lady Tea Room in Historic Dowtown Mabank is definitely one of those places that women like to go for lunch and chat, but the wholesome fare attracts a lot of male customers as well. The soup of the day, such as spicy Mexican Chicken and tasty Vegetable of the Day, is served with garlic toasties and a mini muffin. The salads include Chicken Supreme, Crab Salad, Chicken Walnut and Spinach Salad. Sandwiches of Chicken Salad, Jalapeno Pimento Cheese with Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato and Ham and Cheese or Turkey and Swiss are served with chips, fruit garnish and a mini muffin. If all of them sound good you can get the Duet, which is a cup of soup and half sandwich, cup of soup and Quiche or a salad and half sandwich. The Trio allows you to get all three. The Petite allows you to get just a half sandwich, half salad or quiche plate. The tea room is also famous for its Hot Fudge Sundae Cake, Chocolate Delight Pie and Cream Cheese Pound Cake. You also be asking for refills on the Spiced Tea and Gourmet Coffee. The tea room has a banquet room for large gatherings. It is open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The tea room is at 114 E. Market St., Mabank, TX 75147. Call 903-887-1837.

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