Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Places to visit ~ The Chocolate Angel Tearoom

Last week I stumbled across the 
Chocolate Angel Tearoom
which made my day!

Love the light grey walls with the overall Shabby Chic/French theme of this small tea room.  The sideboard buffet has country scenes painted on each of its door panels.

Campbell Road Village

635 W Campbell Rd, Suite 314

Richardson, Texas 75080



Mon - Sat:  10:30am-5:30pm

Last week  I accidentally got turned around on the roads in Richardson and heading towards the Univ. of Texas {again... Lol!} after I picked up our mail.
As I was driving down this road, I suddenly 
remembered that some new friends had mentioned that there were some tearooms right around this area.

Pulling into a parking lot, I quickly googled 
"tearooms in Richardson" then finding that the 
Chocolate Angel popped up right away ~ 
it was literally a half-mile away
on the same road.

Having not visited a tearoom in ages nor having given a
tea in a while I jumped at the chance to "take tea."
{yesterday's quick post w/ pics}

Sorry this is so dark! Because it was shot "live" on my iPhone... my computer wouldn't let
me correct the lighting. 

The doorway I entered took me into the bakery portion
and a smaller tearoom set off to the side
{this is where I had tea}.
A larger main tearoom has its entry further to
the left in the little strip mall
taking reservations and seatings
at particular times.
One of the staff members said that 
afternoon tea had a seating 
that day at 3:30pm.
More of an actual high tea,
the afternoon seating is by reservations
and costs $22.00.
I decided to just have an early dinner
in the smaller bakery tearoom instead.

The main tea room ~ decorated in soft neutrals of grey, white, brown with a hint of black.  The style is Victorian with a  Nordic French feel.  Just lovely!

Sitting down, I perused the menu and decided on 
the Chocolate Angel Tea Sampler (around $10)
which included 
a cup of soup, three tea sandwiches
quiche, fruit and a small scone.
The waitress brought out a pot of hot water and 
a sample of Tazo teas in a tea box 
from which I chose my favorite:
English Breakfast.

While sipping my cup of tea,
I played with the vintage wedding photographs
under the table's protective glass cover
moving them just so then snapping a few photos.
Soft music played in the background
creating a delightful atmosphere.

At my table, four chairs were covered
in a lovely French toile de Jouy
and I just had to take a couple of photos!

All in all, a lovely afternoon!
I would definitely recommend the
Chocolate Angel
for tea when you come to 
the Dallas-Ft. Worth
area for a visit.

Happy tea and blessings
to you!

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  1. I’m glad you had a special time. Tea is commonly drunk in Australia, along with coffee, we commonly go to our local bakery for afternoon tea, but there are many cafes in our town. Cath in Australia.

    1. Hi Cath! Thank you! The Dickens tea was wonderful and I'm so glad I linked this {you wouldn't believe that I JUST learned how to correctly link this fall... Thought I was doing it right before, Lol!}. The Chocolate Angel tearoom is a lovely place to visit if you do come here to the States one day and it isn't but about 45 minutes from Dallas-Fort Worth airport (DFW).

      Have a lovely Christmas with your family,
      Barb :)


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