Time For Tea

Macaroon is tucked away on a row of shops along the main road between Bury & Rochdale. It’s a new venture run by Alison Seagrave, who was previously (amongst other things), head chef at Harvey Nichol’s award winning Second Floor Restaurant & Brasserie.

The former post office has been transformed into a light, intimate patisserie that offers a mouth-watering selection of homemade cakes and tearoom favourites. The tea was posh-Taylors of Harrogate-and despite being from the wrong county, very tasty. I can also recommend the Afternoon Teas (£9.50) and the Blueberry Pavlova dessert.

Macaroon is at 569 Bury Road, Bamford and is open Tues-Sat 9am-5pm.

Comments

Tandleman said…
Saving yourself for Tewkesbury then?
Tyson said…
Well, today at least!

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