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Went for brunch with a friend at Gorgeous Gerties and enjoyed a lovely sandwich, great pot of tea and then greedily a huge piece of homemade cake! The café is adorned with great retro pieces and items you can buy, that just blend into a...More
This is a lovely shop
Tea rooms busy
Old fashioned crocks and tea cosies needing a wash as they look like the originals pre war
The best bit is the jewels fir sale which are lovely and...More
Not impressed. Went in a bought a gift for a family member yesterday and was served by a senior member of staff.
I Was asked if I had any change, I apologised and said that I didn’t and that I was sorry ( I gave...More
This cafe/gift shop/haberdasher was a nice experience to visit. With the gift shop at the front and haberdasher upstairs along with more gifts, there is a lot to look at!
We had paninis for lunch (tuna and red onion/cranberry and brie) which come with salad,...More
I grew up in Dorking but since moved away. I was catching up with a friend from my first school (St Pauls). She suggested Georeous Gerties. It was like going back in time to an old fashioned tea shop. The cakes and tea were lovely,...More
We were in need of a coffee, breakfast and cake! And it was all perfect.
I had a croissant with cheese and tomato and my sister had carrot cake . Strongly recommend both...
Staff were really friendly and make sure you have a mooch. It's...More
We visited Gorgeous Gerties because it was recommended on trip advisor and we wanted to go to a local restaurant, rather than a national chain.
The staff were polite but it was so busy that we had to wait for quite a long time to...More
We visited around lunchtime for a late lunch and ordered two bagels and a pot of tea each. The tea came within acceptable time, but it took 45 minutes for the bagels to surface. Understandably by this time we were hungry and impatient.