National Tea Day: 13 places to visit for a cup of tea and cake in Sunderland


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Not that we need an excuse for a good brew, but National Tea Day (Thursday April 21) seems like the perfect time to enjoy a nice cup of your favorite blend – whether it’s an English breakfast, Earl Gray or Plant-Based – and a cake or sweet of your choice as the perfect accompaniment.

As it is the second week of the Easter school holidays for many, why not enjoy an afternoon break.

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Turn on the kettle! It’s National Tea Day – and there are some great places you can visit.

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With so many places to go, we turned to Sunderland Echo readers for their favorite spots for that all-important cup of tea and cake.

Biz-RHigh Street West: Recommended by Margaret Amer and Louise Gibson.

Bungalow cafePier View: Recommended by Steven Smith.

crumbs on inHolmeside: Recommended by Cathy Thomas, Mandy Brown, Michelle Davison and Denise Tait.

Trendy beach cafeSeaburn: Recommended by Graeme Harle.

Grinding plantat Old Hills Bookstore in Waterloo Place: Recommended by Irene Burn.

Good apple coffeeDerwent Street: Recommended by Paigey Hood.

lily of loveSt Luke’s Terrace or Marine Walk: Recommended by Michelle McPheators and Lauren Kenny.

The mad HatterSea Road: Recommended by Lesley Mcloughlin.

Paticake.PastryThornhill Crescent: Recommended by Asia Medwediuk, Duncan Goodfellow, Patrycja Majewska and Sharon Crawford.

Penshaw Nursery and Tea RoomEast Barnwell Farm: Recommended by Leanne Colquhoun, Michelle McPheators, Jacqueline Nelson and Alison Williams.

Pop RecordingsHigh Street West: Recommended by Peter Coates.

snow gooseSunderland Marina: Recommended by Jonathan Miller-Cole, Wendy Tait and David Thorpe.

StrollersWhitburn Bents Road: Recommended by Eva Callaghan.


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