Boston Tea Party
If you're a person like me who is a sucker for cute places to eat at, then continue reading :)
I've visited Boston Tea Party a few times with friends, either for a small catch up, or a quick brunch, and its the perfect place to unwind and relax.
If you're looking for a place to eat and do your work, BTP is a great option as the cafe is huge, meaning there is always space for you to sit in a little corner and get on with your work .
The menu comes with a wide selection of choices for everyone, from Gluten free options, to Vegan, Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian, so its perfect .
Below, i'll mention a few options you can choose from if you're a first time visitor or you would like to just try something different the next time you go.
As you enter the cafe, you will find a variety of different fresh cakes, which are all labelled whether they are GF, Vegan, or Suitable for Vegetarian.
An option which I have had is the Almond cake, which is great with some Tea. Its the perfect combination for something light to eat , if you're not super hungry, but want something to have at the same time.
One of my favourite things to order at BTP, is the Blueberry pancakes. Its the best thing ever ! It comes with a side of Yogurt and its such a great option for a quick Breakfast, served with a glass of fresh orange juice.
Here are a few things my friends ordered, which are notable mentions to definitely try out .
Cerys, ordered Sweet potato fritters, which as you can tell, she digged into before I could take a picture, alongside a sausage Bap, which I also didn't manage to take a photo of .
Becky and Simran all chose different drinks.
White hot chocolate
And I, had Loose Peppermint Tea x
Last but not least is a Halloumi sandwich, which has mixed reviews by my friends, but I guess you have to try it, in order to make your decision whether it is a Yay or a Nay .
In all, I think BTP is a great Breakfast place to eat at, with great service and customer satisfaction.
There are a few branches in Birmingham ;
Solihull, Harborne and Edgbaston
Comment down below if you've been to BTP, or plan to visit the place.