Shelly's Restaurant

By Becky Paskin

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Related tags: Afternoon tea, Breakfast, Tea, Black tea

Shelly's Restaurant in Warrington
Shelly's Restaurant in Warrington
Afternoon tea is as important as breakfast, lunch and dinner at Shelly’s Restaurant in Warrington and a fairly extensive afternoon tea menu proves it.

Afternoon tea is as important as breakfast, lunch and dinner at Shelly’s Restaurant in Warrington and a fairly extensive afternoon tea menu proves it.

A traditional cream tea – warm scone, jam, cream and a pot of tea is £3.75 while customers who want a less decadent tea can opt for a toasted tea cake and pot of tea for £3.10.

Shelly’s Sweet Tea consists of a homemade dessert, which could be a portion of tiramisu or hot chocolate fudge cake, with tea for £5.90 and those with a savoury rather than sweet tooth are catered for with Welsh Rarebit with salad for £4.50.

Owner Michele Butterworth (pictured right) also caters for customers who want to celebrate a special occasion over their afternoon tea with Shelly’s Special Afternoon Tea for Two. For £35 Butterworth provides two small bottles of Veuve Cliquot Champagne, two open sandwiches, two warm scones, jam and cream, two desserts and a pot of tea or coffee for two.

It isn’t just the food offering that is extensive at Shelly’s – the tea menu is also comprehensive – ranging from English Breakfast and Earl Grey to Ceylon Orange Pekoe and Rooibos and Vanilla.

And at Shelly’s you’ll never hear the ping of a microwave as owner Michele Butterworth refuses to use them, instead relying on her Aga to cook everything.

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