Built in the late 40’s in a distinctive art deco style, Muneroy, at Southend, was originally opened as a tearoom and indeed the original fireplace and domed ceilings can still be seen today.
Owned and run by Ian and Frances Hill the tearoom has been open for the last 13 years and has firmly established itself as a great place to eat. Whilst Ian concentrates mainly on the Muneroy store next door, Frances busies herself in the kitchen, producing mouth-watering home baking and delicious home cooked meals.
Families are made especially welcome with a couple of high chairs on stand by for younger diners, as well as a huge basket of toys to keep everyone amused.
There is excellent disabled access, so wheelchair users will have no problems. As Muneroy has a table licence you can enjoy some fine wine or bottled beer etc with your meal. Frances also caters for larger gatherings such as christenings, or birthday parties and weddings, either in the tearoom or at your own venue, she will even bake and fill your tins to order.
Muneroy tearoom has a really special atmosphere and Frances and Ian and staff will give you a great welcome.