Village Tea Room

★★★★☆
  • 10 Plattekill Ave

    New Paltz, NY 12561

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  • 845-255-3434

About Village Tea Room

Hours
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. 8am - 6pm;Wed. - Fri. 8am - 9pm;Sat. 9am - 10pm;Sun. 9am - 8pm

Food

Food
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The name of this place is mis-leading - while it's definetely a tea room it's also a top notch restaurant with a great menu inspired by local produce. Today I had a chilled cucumber soup made with Hawthorn Valley yoghurt that was essence of cucumber personified. The cherry pie with a lattice crust is made with local sour cherries and one of the best I've tasted in years. The ingredients are of the highest quality - the open kitchen - impeccable. Try the coffee too - it's from brazil, locally roasted by another fine local establishment - Monkey Joe Roasting Co (Kingston)

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★★★★☆

The name of this place is mis-leading - while it's definetely a tea room it's also a top notch restaurant with a great menu inspired by local produce. Today I had a chilled cucumber soup made with Hawthorn Valley yoghurt that was essence of cucumber personified. The cherry pie with a lattice crust is made with local sour cherries and one of the best I've tasted in years. The ingredients are of the highest quality - the open kitchen - impeccable. Try the coffee too - it's from brazil, locally roasted by another fine local establishment - Monkey Joe Roasting Co (Kingston)

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stopped in to this lovely spot on the way back from vermont. The cilantro almond chicken salad was excellent. Fresh vibrant flavours it was served over organic salad greens from a local farm. The house salad dressing is perfect. Tried a drink called the Dark & Stormy - wow, the english ginger beer was really spicy, paired with dark rum and a wedge of lime - it was a great cocktail.
Trifle for dessert. It was perfect meal. I wish there was a place like this in Manhattan

5
★★★★★

stopped in to this lovely spot on the way back from vermont. The cilantro almond chicken salad was excellent. Fresh vibrant flavours it was served over organic salad greens from a local farm. The house salad dressing is perfect. Tried a drink called the Dark & Stormy - wow, the english ginger beer was really spicy, paired with dark rum and a wedge of lime - it was a great cocktail.
Trifle for dessert. It was perfect meal. I wish there was a place like this in Manhattan

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Finally a great place to eat in new paltz that doesn't charge a fortune and has delicious food. Local & organic everything was top notch from the salmon cakes to the strawberry shortcake. The patio is secluded and pretty and its smack in the middle of town. Very kid froendly with a family patio and dining room.

5
★★★★★

Finally a great place to eat in new paltz that doesn't charge a fortune and has delicious food. Local & organic everything was top notch from the salmon cakes to the strawberry shortcake. The patio is secluded and pretty and its smack in the middle of town. Very kid froendly with a family patio and dining room.

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DO NOT GO HERE! It may be cute, but I got one of the worst cases of food poisoning in my life after eating the irish lamb pie. I stopped there for lunch with my husband and by the time we got home I was so sick; I spent the next 18 hours in the bathroom. I don't know if the pie was spoiled, or if their hygiene practices are lacking or what, but it was a total nightmare.

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★☆☆☆☆

DO NOT GO HERE! It may be cute, but I got one of the worst cases of food poisoning in my life after eating the irish lamb pie. I stopped there for lunch with my husband and by the time we got home I was so sick; I spent the next 18 hours in the bathroom. I don't know if the pie was spoiled, or if their hygiene practices are lacking or what, but it was a total nightmare.

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I loved this place. Local, organic seasonal - it taste like home-made in the best meaning of the word. With all the nooks and crannies it appeals to romantic couples as well as families. cream puffs are a must have. Fish specials for dinner are always beautiful with fresh vibrant flavors. Lamb pies are a great hiking lunch. Try the elderflower presse. A soda for real grown-ups!

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★★★★★

I loved this place. Local, organic seasonal - it taste like home-made in the best meaning of the word. With all the nooks and crannies it appeals to romantic couples as well as families. cream puffs are a must have. Fish specials for dinner are always beautiful with fresh vibrant flavors. Lamb pies are a great hiking lunch. Try the elderflower presse. A soda for real grown-ups!

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Message from Village Tea Room

Starting with a simple premise - only the best ingredients. This means Kosher Salt, Freshly Ground Pepper, Sweet Cream Butter, Farm Fresh Eggs, Ronnybrook Farm non-homogenized milk and cream, King Arthur Flour, unbleached, never bromated, from hard spring wheat, Aluminum Free Baking Powder, Arrowhead Mills Non-Degerminated Organic Cornmeal and Nielsen Massey Fine Bourbon Vanilla.



Local produce from Taliaferro Farm, Phillies Bridge Farm Project, Four Winds Farm, Dressel Farm, Jenkin Luekens, Sproutcreek Farm, Nettle Meadow, Stone Church Farm, White Rose Farm, Ronnybrook Farm and others.



Soups and stews start with stocks made in the second floor kitchen with good bones and that simple trinity of onions carrots and celery that form the building blocks to layers of flavour.

Many people who keep an organic kitchen at home are unaware that too many restaurants use powdered mixes as the base for their ‚??home made‚?Ě soups and stews. ‚??Baked on the premises‚?Ě has been perverted by bakeries that purchase frozen and par-baked goods that are finished in their ovens.

Factory produced cookies and confections masquerade as freshly made.

A member of the Hudson Valley chapter of Slow Food, the restaurant‚??s mission is to offer high quality local seasonal & organic food at reasonable prices. The cooks who prepare each dish are passionate about the craft of carefully prepared wholesome food. Throughout the season local farmers provide the restaurant with a bounty of produce that travels mere miles before it is transformed into the dishes that have already become signatures.

 

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