Marlows long-established tea room in a Grade 11 listed building at The Causeway is a must visit tea room if you are in the area. The bay windows offer views of Marlow High Street and Higginson Park, a delightful setting from which to enjoy a hot chocolate and toasted tea cake.
The family business began in 1942, when Eric & Marie Burger moved to Marlow to open a ‘Continental Confectioners’. Originating from the French speaking region of Neuchâtel in Switzerland, the Burger family name is pronounced “Bur-jer” with a soft g.
Eric & Maries two younger sons, Philippe and Bernard, both trained in the business, and continued the tradition of creating beautiful bread, patisserie and chocolates on the premises. Bernard continues to manage the business today, along with his daughter, Rachel.
Enjoy a pot of tea, with light and fluffy scones straight from the oven, their cream tea is just one of the delights of the tea room. They also serve a morning espresso, a lovely continental breakfast or a hearty full English. The lunch menu offers their famous welsh rarebit and other traditional treats, as well as a fresh range of sandwiches and salads, http://www.burgersartisanbakery.com/tearoom.html