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Cauley Square Tea Room

Map & Directions 12310 SW 224th St.
Cutler Bay, FL 33170
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305-258-0044
  • International, Sandwiches, Tea
  • Sun-Mon 11am-4pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Kid Friendly, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Brunch, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Miami New Times' Description

If you like the work of Madeline l'Engle, Mary Norton, and C.S. Lewis, you will love the Cauley Square Tea Room. The outside dining area has tall hedges shaped like old school aristocrats, top hat and all. Plus, the wrought iron table, the gravel floor, and the garden, make it seem as if you stepped out of Miami and were grabbing a leisurely lunch in some hidden, undiscovered nook somewhere. Inside the restaurant is just as good -- you feel as if you could be inside a Georges Seurat painting. There are old things everywhere, and this includes the patrons. The Tea Room is mostly a gathering place for those in their mature years, but this adds to its charm. The atmosphere is quiet and peaceful -- just what you'd expect at an English tea. Food is a bit pricey, considering what it is and the sizes of portions, but you're really paying more for atmosphere. The French onion soup ($6.95) is one of the most ordered menu items, and consists of a rich, hearty broth, with lots of onions, lots of cheese, and a small amount of bread. The finger sandwich combination, finger sandwiches and ambrosia ($11.95), comes with a pineapple, marshmallow/sour cream mix and a few finger sandwiches, such as cream cheese and sliced olives, ham salad, and egg salad. Although the sandwiches are really quite delightful, the serving isn't even enough to satisfy one person. Cauley Square is a beautiful and magical place -- more for the ambiance than the food.

 
Member Reviews

  • rgianelli wrote a review for Cauley Square Tea Room
    on 01/25/13
    1

    I brought my girlfriend here, as I remembered it as quaint with good food and service. It's still quaint, but that's all that's the same.

    We had a simple order; coffee, tea and ambrosia. The teapot contained lukewarm water. As my girlfriend later said "how can you mess up hot water?". By not heating it sufficiently. The coffee was also lukewarm, frankly just this side of cold.

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