open wed-sat 9am-3pm

Delicious tea, coffee, pastries and homemade cakes

We are a Tea Room based at the newly restored Bricket Wood Station serving delicious, locally sourced drinks, cakes and light lunches.

About Us

Located in the beautifully restored station building at Bricket Wood Station The Tea Room is bringing you delicious teas, coffee and cakes to enjoy in this wonderful building.

At the heart of the Bricket Wood community The Tea Room, Bricket Wood are serving hot drinks, cream and afternoon teas, cakes and light lunches. We look forward to welcoming you into our wonderful space to enjoy good food and good drink in good company.


We Value Local...

…And are delighted to be working with local producers including Simba Bru (Watford) for our coffee, Birchalls Tea (London) for teas, and Hedges Farm for our meat produce.

Our History

We Value Our Heritage

We are delighted to be working in partnership with the Bricket Wood Station Trust and hosting the Bricket Wood Archive. 

About Us

Cheryl has always been passionate about good food and using the best local and seasonal ingredients. With over 20 years working in events, hospitality and then running a catering company, she is delighted to have found this opportunity to bring The Tea Room to Bricket Wood station. 

Dog Friendly

We are delighted to be able to welcome your well behaved dog to join you for a drink and bite to eat after a good walk.


The Bricket Wood Station Trust and the Tea Room are working together to create a sustainable building and to produce as little single use plastic waste as possible. Please do bring your own cup if you are taking away to reduce the need for single use cups.

In Our Customers' Words

‘Such amazing tasting food. I wanted something to take into work to treat everyone. People kept on coming to my office specifically to thank me for getting it for them. I ordered brownies, blondies and millionaires shortbread. I really couldn’t have been happier with what I got. Obviously lovingly made and really good value for money. Highly recommended.’