The first thing you need to know about this cafe is that it’s on a very steep hill called Steep Hill. I just really enjoy that. I spied Bunty’s as we toiled up the hill into Lincoln city centre, and a couple of hours later when the inevitable murmurs of an urgent need for afternoon tea began, I steered us deftly back and in we went.
There was a warm welcome, friendly service and yummy cake. We went for the Battenberg cake, the peanut butter and chocolate cake, and a fruit scone with jam and cream. All were delicious and presented on gloriously mismatched china.
The teapots and decor were also really cool – a medley of vintage that was cosy and not overdone. It just makes afternoon tea so much more interesting when it’d served in a variety of pretty bits and pieces. Oh, and they had a lovely sign made out of Scrabble letters. What’s not to love?
If you find yourself in Lincoln then I highly recommend that you check out this lovely little tea shop. You can find their website here.
Everything is © Rebecca Daley and ohtogoawandering, 2016.