Eat In Menu

Welcome to our Tearooms. Enjoy a selection of traditional sweet and savoury dishes, paired with fine loose leaf tea or your choice of alcoholic or non-alcoholic cold drinks. 

Breakfast Treats

Served until noon

Toasts And Breads

  • Scrambled Eggs £6.50

    Made with 3 free range eggs - light and buttery, served on two slices of white or granary toast

  • Scrambled Eggs and Smoked Salmon £8.50

    Made with 3 free-range eggs and slices of smoked salmon served on two slices of white or granary toast

  • Scrambled Eggs and Bacon £8.50

    Made with 3 free-range eggs and topped with streaky bacon served on two slices of white or granary toast

  • Heinz Baked Beans £4.75

    Served on buttered white or granary toast

  • Bacon Sandwich £5.75

    Served with your choice of white or granary bread and ketchup or brown sauce

  • Toasted Tea Cake with butter £2.95

    A slightly sweet bread bun containing currants, split in half and toasted to perfection

  • Hot Buttered Crumpet £2.95

    Two typical British savoury griddle cakes with a delicious chewy and spongy texture

  • Scone, Butter and Preserve £4.25

    A large home-made sultana scone freshly baked in our kitchen, served warm with butter and strawberry preserve

  • Cheese Scone with butter and chutney £4.25

    Freshly baked in our kitchen using local Warwickshire cheese, served warm

  • Toast £2.65

    Two slices of white or granary bread, with butter

  • Strawberry Preserve, Marmalade or Honey 75p

    Individual extra portions

The Cake Trolley

  • Chocolate Fudge Cake £3.25
  • Coffee and Walnut Cake £3.75
  • Victoria Sponge Cake £3.50
  • Lemon Drizzle Cake £3.25
  • Triple Chocolate Brownie £3.00
  • Carrot Cake £3.25


  • Orange and Almond Cake £3.50

    Gluten and dairy-free

  • Fresh Cream Horn £3.95

    A puff pastry horn-shaped case filled with strawberry jam and fresh clotted cream

  • Clotted Cream Shortbread £2.50

    There’s nothing like biccies with a nice cup of tea! (4 biscuits/portion)

  • Clotted Cream £1.30

    Individual extra portions

  • Cake Specials £3.00-3.75

    Please check the cake trolley for our daily selection


Made with freshly baked hand-cut white or granary bread, generously filled and served with a salad garnish, potato crisps and a choice of mustards and chutneys

  • Home Cooked Beef £7.50

    Served with a pot of horseradish or chutney

  • Home Cooked Ham £7.50

    Served with choice of wholegrain or English mustard or chutney

  • Warwickshire Cheese £6.95

    A mature cheese, softer bodied than cheddar but richer in flavour and smoother in texture. Served with chutney

  • Coronation Chicken £7.50

    A mix of chicken chunks, mayonnaise, curry powder and sultanas; this dish was designed for the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1952 and is retro-delicious!

  • Egg Mayonnaise £6.95

    Chunky free-range eggs mixed with free-range mayonnaise

  • Tuna Mayonnaise £6.95

    A generous filling of tuna mixed with free-range mayonnaise

  • Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese £7.75

    A layer of cream cheese with a hint of horseradish, topped with lemony smoked salmon

  • Hummus with Caramelised Onions £6.50

    Creamy nutty hummus with the sweetness of caramelised onions and a subtle lemony zing. Suitable for vegans

Just For Kids

Recommended for guests up to the age of 10

  • Sandwich, a drink and ice-cream! £6.50

    A sandwich of your choice, made with one slice of white bread and served with a salad garnish and potato crisps; accompanied by orange juice, apple juice or squash; followed by a soft vanilla ice-cream with a choice of either chocolate or raspberry topping sauce

We Recommend For A Treat

  • Warwick Cream Tea £6.95

    A large homemade mixed fruit scone (or plain if you prefer) served with strawberry preserve and traditional clotted cream; with filter coffee or a pot of tea from our speciality range

  • Oken Afternoon Tea for One - a two-tier plated feast £16.00

    Your choice of tea and freshly made sandwich served with a salad garnish and potato crisps, homemade mixed fruit (or plain) scone, clotted cream, strawberry preserve, and a slice of cake from the Cake Trolley

  • Oken Afternoon Tea for Two - a three-tier plated feast £32.00

    Your choice of tea and freshly made sandwiches (choose 2 fillings from the list) served with a salad garnish and potato crisps, a homemade mixed fruit (or plain) scone each, with clotted cream and strawberry preserve, and 2 slices of cake from the Cake Trolley

  • Oken Afternoon Tea for Three £48.00

    Your choice of tea and freshly made sandwiches (choose 3 fillings from the list) served with a salad garnish and potato crisps, 3 huge homemade mixed fruit (or plain) scones, with clotted cream and strawberry preserve, and 3 slices of cake from the Cake Trolley

Hearty English Specials

Freshly made on the premises – availability may vary

  • Homemade Soup of the Day £6.50

    Home-made vegetarian soup served with a hunk of our freshly baked bread and butter

  • Soup and a Sandwich £8.25

    A warming bowl of our home-made soup accompanied by half a sandwich of your choice served with a salad garnish and potato crisps

  • Homemade Cottage Pie £8.95

    A British comfort-food classic; a rich minced beef and vegetable filling, topped with buttery potato mash. Served with our own home-made coleslaw and a slice of yummy bread

  • Homemade Macaroni Cheese £8.50

    A vegetarian classic - cauliflower and macaroni in a creamy mature cheese sauce with a tasty parsley crumb topping - served with our own homemade coleslaw and a salad garnish

  • Oken Welsh Rarebit £7.95

    Traditionally made with mature cheese, mustard, egg yolks and a generous splash of English ale. Served with chutney and a salad garnish

  • Cheese and Ham On Toast £8.95

    2 slices of toast, topped with our home-cooked ham, generously covered with grated mature cheddar cheese and grilled until melted and bubbling. Served with a salad garnish and chutney

  • Oken Ploughman's Platter £8.95

    A mini pork pie, a slice of Warwickshire Mature Cheese and some home cooked ham served with chutney, a salad garnish (including a pickled onion!), our homemade coleslaw and thick sliced freshly baked bread and butter

Coffee And Hot Drinks

Our delicious espresso coffee beans are roasted in Staffordshire and sent to us the same day – we grind them as we need them, so the coffee is always at its freshest. We use a blend of fine premium coffees – 50% Bolivia Loayza, 30% Colombia Oporapa and 20% Peru Cafe Verde Cusco Organic – which, on their own, are amazing single origin coffees, but as a blend bring sweetness, acidity, body and all round deliciousness. Please ask if you would like to buy fresh beans to take away.

  • Filter Coffee £2.65

    free top-up

  • Americano £2.70
  • Espresso £2.70

    double shot

  • Cappuccino £3.00
  • Flat White £3.00
  • Cafe Latte £3.00
  • Caramel Latte £3.50
  • Iced Coffee £3.25
  • Moccacino £3.50
  • Cadbury’s Hot Chocolate £3.50

    served with mini marshmallows

  • Chai Latte £3.50
  • Babyccino £1.50

Cold Drinks

  • Coca-Cola £3.00


  • Diet Coke £3.00


  • 7UP Free £3.00


  • Fentimans Victorian Lemonade £3.00


  • Fentimans Ginger Beer £3.00


  • Fentimans Gently Sparkling Elderflower £3.00


  • Fentimans Dandelion and Burdock £3.00


  • Clear Apple Juice £2.50
  • Orange Juice £2.50
  • Apple & Blackcurrant Squash £1.00
  • Cold Milk £2.00

    Full cream or semi-skimmed

  • Mineral Water £2.50

    Sparkling or still

Beer And Cider

Our ales and ciders are all brewed locally

  • Warwick Market Ale £4.70

    (4.9%) 50cl A golden brown beer with hints of spice and orange

  • Kingmaker £4.70

    (5.5% ) 50cl A rich fruity beer, with a smoky tone

  • UBU £4.70

    (4.5%) 50cl Named after the brewery dog - a balanced full-flavoured beer

  • Hogan’s Organic Cider £4.70

    (5.4%) 50cl Award-winning, locally made Medium Cider using locally harvested apples

  • Heineken Premium Lager £4.00

    (5%) 330ml bottle

Wine And Champagne

  • Italian Prosecco £6.00 / £22.00


  • House Champagne £29.50


  • Pinot Grigio £4.50 / £18.00


  • Merlot £4.50 / £18.00


Seasonal Drinks

  • Summer Pimm’s £4.50

    (April to September) No.1 cup with lemonade, fresh fruit and mint

  • Winter Pimm’s £4.50

    (October to March) No.1 cup with hot apple juice and spices

  • Hot Mulled Wine £4.50

    (November to February) Homemade to our own recipe

Our Loose Leaf Teas

We have grouped our tea list into a commonly used categorization depending on the level of oxidation (also known as fermentation). Black Tea is made from leaves that have been fully oxidized – this changes the colour of leaves from green to brown and also produces a deeply rich and robust flavour.

We also have a list of Flavoured Black Teas, which we have carefully selected, after extensive tastings, to enhance the dishes on our food menu. Oolong is a semi-fermented tea where the fermentation process is stopped before the leaves begin to change colour. Green Tea is steamed, baked or pan-fried to prevent oxidation and therefore the leaves remain green. White Tea, like Green Tea, is also ‘unprocessed’, but is harvested before the leaves are fully developed; the name derives from the fine silvery-white hairs on the unopened buds of the tea plant. These buds and baby leaves are carefully gathered and left to dry in the sun. 

Finally, we have a small selection of artisanal blooming teas. These teas are made by carefully wrapping dried flowers inside an outer layer of hand-sewn green tea leaves. The teas are served in a large wine glass and as they slowly absorb water, the flower blossoms, filling the glass with colour, perfume and beauty.

For those not fond of caffeinated drinks, we have a selection of Caffeine-Free Teas, which includes herbal infusions, fruit tisanes and Rooibos ‘teas’..

Black Teas

  • English Breakfast £2.65

    This is made up of a blend of teas from Assam (for its warm malty body) and Sri Lanka (for its golden quality and briskness). Traditionally taken with milk, this is the perfect tea for breakfast. Firstly, the flavour and the high caffeine content helps kick-start the day; secondly, tea helps emulsify fat, so it is ideal after or with a meal. But, of course, it is great for any time of the day

  • Earl Grey Blue Lady £2.85

    A slight variation on the classic Earl Grey, this has a more pronounced bergamot flavour, and small blue flowers have been added to the blend. Oil of bergamot is extracted from the peel of the bergamot orange, a small pear-shaped sour orange that is cultivated today mostly in southern Italy. Earl Grey pairs well with cheese sandwiches, or savouries and lemon cake

  • Darjeeling £2.85

    Tea from the Darjeeling area of north-east India is grown in the foothills of the Himalayas; the combination of steep terrain, well-drained soil, extreme cold in winter and intense heat in summer, good rainfall and clean mountain air produce tea of an excellent ‘muscatel grape’ aroma that is often referred to as the ‘champagne’ of Indian teas. Darjeeling tea goes well with cream cakes and scones

  • Assam £2.85

    Assam is a vast and beautiful area of rolling hills and dense forest in Northern India. It is a relatively low-lying area of tea production, but its high rainfall (up to 30 cm a day in the rainy season) and extreme humidity provides excellent tea growing conditions. Stronger and fuller-bodied in flavour than Darjeeling teas, Assam is favoured by those looking for a strong tea – and goes well with breads, pastries and preserves

  • Ceylon £2.85

    Although Sri Lanka stopped being known as Ceylon some time ago, Ceylon is the official and authorised trademark for Sri Lankan tea. This Orange Pekoe grade is strong, golden and smooth. This tea is perfect for those looking for the first step on the road to exploring loose leaf teas and goes well with food

  • Keemun £2.85

    This well-known Chinese black tea is characterised by a plummy sweetness, tinged with a subtle touch of smokiness. It has a malty, non-astringent lightness of taste

  • Kenya £2.85

    This tea from Kenya in East Africa is perfect for a mid-morning cuppa - it produces a beautiful golden liquor, and has a malty but sweet flavour

  • Lapsang Souchong £2.85

    Lapsang Souchong teas are a speciality of Fujian province in China. The leaves are withered over cypress or pine wood fires then pan-fried and rolled. They are then oxidised in wooden barrels and hung in baskets over smoking pinewood fires to dry. The result is intensely black leaves which make a dark red liquor and a distinctive smoky flavour. It is the tea equivalent to a smoky West Coast malt whisky! Lapsang is a good tea to accompany salmon or chicken sandwiches

  • Pu Erh Leaf £2.85

    Puerh tea has been exclusive to China (Yunnan Province) for centuries, but it is becoming more popular throughout the world because of its health benefits. Pu Erh teas have a mature, earthy character and are said to be excellent for the digestion, as well as helping to reduce cholesterol and aiding weight loss

  • Decaffeinated Black Tea £2.85

    If you fancy a ‘normal’ cup of tea without the caffeine this is the one for you - just as delicious, strong and smooth, that won’t keep you awake at night

Flavoured Black Teas

  • Rose Congou £2.85

    Congou teas all consist of carefully made, unbroken black leaf. This tea is blended with dried pink rose petals to give a smooth, mellow aroma gently flavoured with sweet roses

  • Mango Tea with Flowers £2.85

    This fruity tea is a blend of black China tea, flower petals and natural flavourings. Served with or without milk it makes an ideal afternoon drink

  • Ginger Tea with Pieces of Ginger Root £2.85

    Pieces of ginger root have been blended with black China tea to provide a gentle but interesting blend with a ginger ‘tingle'

  • Vanilla Tea £2.85

    This black tea with vanilla is a very creamy and luxurious cup of tea – it has a delicious natural sweetness and a great vanilla taste

  • Banana Tea £2.85

    A Chinese black tea with added banana bits makes for a sweet, soothing drink

Oolong Teas

  • Formosa Oolong Poppy £2.85

    Oolong tea originated in Taiwan (Formosa) and is known as a semi-fermented tea. The leaves are crushed after picking to allow fermentation to start, then withered in the sun or by pan firing to stop the process of oxidation. The result is a tea with a sweet aromatic flavour that is very high in polyphenols (and low in caffeine) which give the tea its antioxidant properties. This is a nice gentle tea for the afternoon

Green Teas

  • Gunpowder £2.85

    In the 18th and 19th centuries, tea clippers used to bring the UK’s supply of tea back from the East. Tea was bulky but very light – and this Chinese tea was favoured by exporters because the leaves are tightly rolled before drying, which gives it a high density. The sailors thought the tea in pellet form looked like lead shot, and the nickname ‘gunpowder’ became commonplace. This is a strong, robust green tea with a lasting after-taste. It should be used sparingly as the leaves expand profusely - have a look

  • Young Hyson £2.85

    Also known as ‘Lucky Dragon’, the leaves for this Chinese tea are picked in early spring, giving a golden liquor with a light, refreshing taste

  • Jasmine with Flowers £2.85

    This green tea is flavoured with jasmine flowers to give a pale amber liquor that is light and fragrant. This is a lovely tea to have in the afternoon, as it has calming and soothing properties

  • Green Cinnamon and Plum £2.85

    This is a warming and delicious green tea combining a spicy tang from the cinnamon with a touch of plummy sweetness

  • Sencha Genmai Cha £2.85

    This is a unique Japanese tea combining a brisk Sencha leaf with toasted brown rice to give an almost savoury ‘umami’ flavour

  • Japanese Cherry Sencha £2.85

    An invigorating blend of Sencha leaves and cherry gives a light, fruity, floral flavour

White Teas

  • Pai-mu-tan (tea of life) £2.85

    From the Fujian province of China, this is tea in its most natural form – the leaves are simply withered and dried in the sun. This tea gets its name from the fine silvery-white hairs on the unopened buds of the tea plant. The clear, pale infusion has a velvet smooth, sweet and mild flavour with a hint of nuttiness. It is considered to be very beneficial to health and is very cleansing after a meal

Herbal Infusions

  • Camomile £2.85

    Camomile has been used for centuries in Europe and Asia as a natural way to aid relaxation and reduce stress. It is often served with honey as a sweetener

  • Peppermint £2.85

    This is a light and refreshing drink that has long been used to help with digestion

  • Lemon Grass £2.85

    This aromatic infusion is subtle and refreshing

Fruit Tisanes

  • Passionfruit and Orange £2.85

    This is a lovely fruity infusion that is naturally sweet and invigorating

  • Apple and Lemon £2.85

    This is a fruity tisane that requires a lengthy infusion time (10 minutes is perfect) and produces a deep red liquor that will set your taste buds tingling

Rooibos Teas

  • Rooibos £2.85

    ‘Rooibos’ means ‘Red Bush’ in Afrikaans, and is a plant (not a tea plant) grown in South Africa that is oxidised using the same process as black tea to produce a beautiful deep coloured infusion with a rich, nutty, earthy flavour

  • Rooibos Blood Orange £2.85

    A Rooibos infusion with added pieces of blood orange which add a zing of citrus to the earthy notes of the Rooibos - a match made in heaven

Artisanal Blooming Teas

  • Blooming Tea £3.95

    During the Ming dynasty (1368-1644) Chinese culture became fascinated by nature. One offshoot of this interest was the development of Artisan teas (also known as ‘blooming’ or ‘treasure’ teas). They are made by carefully wrapping dried flowers inside an outer layer of hand-sewn green tea leaves. The teas are served in a large wine glass; as they slowly absorb water, the flower blossoms, filling the glass with colour, perfume and beauty – this is tea as a work of art!