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Mary And Martha’s Vintage Tea Room

4 Main Street, Ahoghill, County Antrim, BT42 1JY
Mary And Martha’s Vintage Tea Room


Mary and Martha’s Vintage Tea Room in Ahoghill is a great place to sit in, enjoy good food and relax but also serves food, tea & coffee to go.
Customers have a choice of great quality food, whether that’s breakfast, lunch or just a snack. All cakes, tray bakes, sausage rolls and savoury treats are home baked and where possible we source ingredients locally to offer an ever evolving menu. We have a selection of artisan bread (no E numbers or preservatives) and also bake their own speciality breads in house. Brioche breakfast baps are a big hit, along with homemade soup, scones and freshly baked apple pies.

No tea room would be complete without great tea!
We have lots of speciality loose leaf teas available including Assam black & Bora Bora, a really refreshing strawberry and mango tea. Also for all the coffee drinkers they have their own Mary & Martha’s blend of coffee beans available on filter as well as cappuccinos, lattes and so on.

Outdoor seating is provided in a lovely enclosed courtyard at the side of the tea room.

We have an array of breakfast (Healthy options to traditional Fry) and lunch (sandwiches, paninis, omelettes etc..) options as well as home made scones, tray bakes and cakes. We can also cater for small functions, birthday parties, wedding breakfasts etc. and have a takeout service too.
Gluten free options are available.
M&Ms special though is their afternoon tea, served the traditional way, on vintage bone China starting with a china cup of soup, finger sandwiches, scones, traybakes and cakes, all served with selection of loose tea or coffee. (Availability: Pre-book day before. Price: Please ring for details. )

We are a family run business and our ethos is around quality, pride and passion in everything we do, all cakes, tray bakes are freshly prepared and sandwiches to taste, all served in quaint and calming surroundings of Mary & Martha's.

Gluten free options are available.

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* Monday to Saturday 9:00- 17:00
Closed Sunday.

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