Surprise Afternoon Tea Delivery

Arranged a surprise afternoon tea for my mum and it was brilliant. Food was excellent and such a friendly service when arranging it all. Will definitely use again.

Date of visit: June 2020

World’s Best Bread and Butter Pudding

We were killing a bit of time before visiting friends in Malvern so decided on a look see @ Evesham. Guided to JellyPickleJam by great TA reviews and we were not disappointed. Firstly the place is so atmospheric full of curious, craft and collages so you get a nice warm feeling before you even look at the menu. We decided to share a sandwich (which was super) followed by a piece of cake. My wife chose a scone whilst I opted for the bread & butter pudding. Bingo !! without doubt the best (no the very best bread and butter pudding I have ever tasted) it was like finding the B&B pudding golden ticket. My only disappointment was that JellyPickleJam is a 3 hour drive from home.


Date of visit: February 2020

Treat Time

Always a lovely welcome. Food is amazing and so delicious and really good value. Lovely gift ideas in the little shop also and the Alice in Wonderland themed room downstairs is delightful

Date of visit: October 2019

Superb Afternoon Tea

My wife & I went today for afternoon tea, booked some time ago & unfortunately I broke my hip recently so was a little worried about access. Not a problem though as there are several ways in & seating is varied from sofas to full on dining tables.

Excellent service from start to finish, food was superb, hot crumpets, sandwiches, scones with jam & clotted cream & cakes. All of which can be tailored to your own specific requirements.

Great range of teas to choose from, I recommend the Russian caravan tea.

I would also recommend looking around the shop as there are some quirky items, & check out the chocolates!

Date of visit: February 2019

Welcoming with great food

Arrived very late in the afternoon for lunch (3:45pm) but made very welcome. A couple of baked potatoes served with a lovely salad. Loved the individuality of the cafe and the nick-nacks. Our dog was made most welcome with some treats and water and even a small takeaway treat was found with the cake we took away. Thank you

Date of visit: October 2019


We came here a few days ago, as my mother-in-law had been given a gift voucher for afternoon tea. We had soup, hot buttered crumpets, finger sandwiches of our choice, scones with jam and cream, and cake of our choice, all washed down with pots of tea! The food was fresh and delicious, we couldn't fault it. The shop/tea room was also a really interesting place to explore, and we bought several unusual gifts, which was a bonus. Thankyou!

Date of visit: August 2019

Old Fashioned Memory Jerking Cafe

Really quirky café, which relates the story of the Bailey and Barnum 'Worlds Greatest Show'. We happened upon the tea shop by the sign at the end of the courtyard, otherwise we would have missed the very pleasant experience of eating freshly made sandwiches whilst bringing back childhood memories seeing toys and games of the 50s. The room has a red and white striped canopy on the ceiling and the tables are covered with posters relating to the Bailey and Burnum story. Packs of 'old maid' and 'happy families' playing cards, wooden whistles and metal gazoos together with 'cats cradle' and 'hop scotch' games all on display for purchase, along with many more games and books of years ago. The service was very good and the food was excellent. The ambience was memory provoking, helped along with the scratchy sound of music from the '30s through to the '50s. There's also tables in the courtyard for eating al fresco. The visit made for a very pleasant break from our journey from south wales to Staffordshire.

Date of visit: August 2019