Traducción de tearoom en Español:


salón de té, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtiˌrʊm//ˈtiˌrum//ˈtiːruːm/


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    salón de té masculino
    confitería femenino Río de la Plata
    • The staff of the Orchids tea room were so delightful that I went away beaming and saying ‘yes everything was fine’, when with hindsight the bread was plastic and the cauliflower cheese runny.
    • Bradford Council last year carried out improvements at the 100-acre site, including sign-posted footpaths and a new tea room is also being built.
    • Sadly, they rarely return, and those little businesses in Glen Lyon, the tea room, the pub and the hotels, all lose out because one estate owner wants a private little kingdom.
    • The tea room natter also serves to keep the audience intrigued and alert.
    • The store sells a good range of food and petrol, has a tea room, and provides postal facilities (now with a mail delivery and clearance six days a week!)
    • Sadly, the tea room was not serving any teas - apparently because of low water pressure problems.
    • Pints have been pulled at the pub since 1991 when it was converted from a tea room and restaurant.
    • A pound might not sound like much, but it will buy you a cup of tea in a tea room and that is what tourists would rather spend their money on.
    • I wanted a lifestyle change - I have always wanted to run a tea room and I enjoy crafts myself.
    • I was asked to help out at the time, I agreed to it and ended up running the tea room on a Sunday.
    • The couple run a family business: Steve takes care of the leathers and other merchandise, and Loz runs the cafe, which is a hybrid of Forties tea room, Fifties cafe and American diner.
    • For the café tea room is quitting its home of 33 years in Northallerton and moving two doors down the town's High Street.
    • A spokesman said: ‘Following a further complaint, visits to the tea room this year established the conditions of the licence had again been broken.’
    • She said: ‘I was courting a local boy who was a member of the cricket club, so I began work in the tea room - and there I stayed for the next 38 years,’ she said.
    • On the day, everyone at the tea room will be wearing yellow T-shirts, serving yellow drinks and food and donating their tips and 20 per cent of the day's takings.
    • A new tea room is about to join the ranks of prestige eateries in Leigh.
    • Long awaited and heavily hyped, this ambitious new complex famed for its high-end restaurant also houses a tea room, art gallery and the Sketch Bar.
    • On the seventh floor there is a big tea room where you can watch television and get a coffee while you wait for us to finish with Jason so you can give him a lift home.
    • I was walking with my umbrella to the tea room.
    • Exbury's new-look tea room and restaurant will be called Mr Eddy's, after Edmund de Rothschild, head of the Exbury branch of the Rothschild family.