Little Tea Shop in Memphis, TN

Little Tea Shop

 January 08, 2009  4 Comments  25090 views





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69 Monroe Avenue Memphis, TN


  1. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    BJ is entitled 2 his opinion.But his opinion about Memphis' oldest restaurant is a joke.The Tea Shop has been open for 94 years & so it must be doing something good.BJ said the waiter nor the cashier knew what Guy ate.The cashier is the owner of the place & the waiter was a fill in for the reg waiter.I'll say this & thats u cant please every1.Not 1 restaurant in the world will have a 100% satisfaction rating.I will agree with BJ on 1 thing & thats the bathrooms need improvement.Theyre not filthy but need some remodeling.I'll end it with this.Go 2 & watch the episode where Guy visits the Tea Shop & watch his reactions & his comments.Go 2 & & see what the majority of people r saying about the Tea Shop.
  2. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    I am a DDD fan and have been to a few of the restaurants promoted by the show. This one, I must say, was pretty terrible! The waiter nor the cashier (the only two visible people in the DIVE) could tell me what Guy ordered. So, I had one of their "specials" for my kids and the meatloaf for myself. Very few times in my life have I left a whole plate of food on a table before; this was one of them. I also had a couple bites of my friend's split pea soup, this created toxic belches for the rest of the day. Sorry Guy, I'll have to disagree on this one! Even the bathrooms were pretty bad here. If you were to set your purse on the counter of the bathroom, it would slide to the flood it was that unlevel! If I hadn't have been in good company I would have asked for a reduction in my bill.
  3. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    Good southern food. Corn sticks are a tasty surprise. Super friendly staff and always nice to see the owner on site. Warm atmosphere. Wacky Hours (M-F 11 am-2 pm).
  4. Anonymous
    Thursday, January 08, 2009
    My wife and I ate here on a recent visit to Memphis.  The place is a flashback to what a good hometown eatery was like in the late 1950's.  Service was great and the food was superb.  I would definitely recommend this to anyone who misses going to Grandma's for Sunday Dinner.


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