Date Visited: 31 May 2019
Tuesday - Saturday 10 am-4 pm
Sunday & Monday Closed
- Tea Suggestions -
Apricot Black Tea: a mild but delicately delicious blend of apricot flavors and black tea; perfect when sweetened with a little honey.
Bacon Quiche: an appetizing and beautifully made quiche with mouth watering herbs.
Need Reservation? Yes; if you want to experience tea time, you must call to reserve 24 hours in advance. You do not need reservations for regular dining.
Neighborhood Type: Suburban
Parking: Minimal; parking is located across the alley-way of Potpourri. Parking is free but probably becomes limited during peak hour.
14 Teas (7 black, 6 green, 2 white, 4 herbal, 2 iced)
Teas clearly listed but not described
Attractive Presentation but not extraordinary or creative
Delicious tea served using a tea sachet
Orchestrated Elegance/ Feigned Fancy
Inducing the feelings of being at your grandma's intricately decorated house; comfortable but not relaxing
The Sipping Area: clean dining tables, chairs, and floors
The Dispensary Area: Checkout counter is clean and organized; waiters serve you whatever you need
The Bathroom: large and spacious; old and outdated; clean but cluttered
I really enjoyed the quiche that I ordered at Potpourri, a little more than I enjoyed my tea experience. I told my mom and sister about Potpourri only because I knew they'd like the food. If I were to recommend a tea experience in Dallas then I would have to reserve 24 hours in advance to experience their Afternoon Tea. As I was leaving the tea shop, I noticed the lunch hour is very busy which changed the vibe of quiet elegance to noisy cafeteria.
Tea Time must be reserved 24 hours in advance
Menu is made from scratch
Yellow Bike Bagels are made using techniques from Montreal, Quebec
Great brunch location
Do you like elegant or relaxing tea shops?