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Henley Street, Stratford-upon-Avon

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 120 reviews on the web
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  • We visited here to view Shakespeares house which stands out from all the cafes/restaurants and souvenier shops. Theres also a Christmas shop which is probably the most expensive Christmas shop you wil...  read more »
  • What a lovely street. The shops and individual and unusual and you can see the history all around you. Lots to do and experience! 
  • Beautiful ancient street with many small shops and cafes. It is possible to buy here many souvernirs related to Shakespeare. Definitely visit. 
  • Enjoyed the 2-for-1 mains offer for dinner at £9.95! The fish n chips were fresh and tasty, we loved the batter of the fish. The prosciutto pizza turned out to be just normal cooked ham pizza but since it was free in the deal, we have no complains - it was pretty good too. Service staff was attentive and friendly.
  • Had an afternoon tea. Good price and was reasonably enjoyable. However hygiene standards were a little poor. Dirty table, dirty napkin on floor, dead ants and flies on shop windowsill. Needs a little attention.
  • Lovely food, great drinks and friendly service.
  • My wife, her cousin and his two children, 8 and 10 years old and I, visited Stratford-upon-avon. My wife and I got mineral water for all of us from boots and a cup of Starbucks coffee for her. We met back up with her cousin and his children. The kids wanted to drink hot chocolate so we went to the "Henley Street Tea Rooms" My wife and I were asked by an employee to leave because my wife was drinking Starbucks coffee whilst sitting in the farthest seats provided by the shop outside the shop in the public space. So without complaint we stood up and stepped just outside the area where the shop had tables but kept the cousins kids company whilst the cousin went in to pay for their order, after all the kids were 8 and 10 years old. My wife finished her coffee and disposed of the cup in a public bin. We then went to sit down with the cousin and his kids. We were informed by the same waiter that we could only sit down if we also ordered otherwise were not allowed to sit with our party. So I ordered two glasses of tap water. I was told we would have to pay a 50p service charge for each glass and that both of us would have to pay. I asked the waiter if he was being serious. He insisted. I asked to see the manager. I asked for his name. He directed me inside. He indicated that it was store policy. He asked for my detals first. He noted my name down and mobile. He then refused to provide his name. I asked for him to show me where this policy that he indicated was written and he said that it was not written. I called the police and asked if they could help. They indicated that the shop has the right to ask any customer to leave. So I appologised and left. On leaving I stated loudly for all the customers to hear "I am being asked to leave even though my party had paid for their orders because I specifically did not place an order." It should be noted that there were empty tables with plenty of spare seats. I have photos. The shop also has cc tv. Maybe the "Henley Street Tea Rooms" need to treat their customers more friendly.
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