Teas! Cakes! Savouries! Desserts!

Travel Back in Time with Ventnor’s Own 1940’s-era Tea Room!

We’re Open:

Christmas day 11am-4pm

Boxing day 0930-4pm

Welcome to Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour

Discover Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour, hidden in the cultural heart of town, where it rests serenely by the picturesque beach, ready to transport you back to the enchanting atmosphere of the 1940s.

Indulge in our exquisite assortment of teas and coffees, savor light and delectable lunches, and drift away with our heavenly desserts. Delight in our wide selection of bubbly beverages, all while relishing our melt-in-the-mouth cakes. Secure your spot today and let us warmly welcome you to an unforgettable experience at Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour!

Scrumptious Treats

At Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour, enjoy freshly prepared made-to-order meals followed by delightful desserts that will tickle your taste buds. Every moment promises an enchanting journey back in time, filled with unforgettable flavors.

Why Choose Us?

  • Dog-friendly inside & out
  • Gluten-free options available
  • Celiac registered
  • WW2-inspired Vintage Tea Room
  • Homemade cakes and food
  • Fully Licensed

Try Something New

Our customers are consistently impressed by the authentic WW2-themed ambiance, warmly set by the beachside, creating a uniquely comfortable atmosphere.

Scrumptious Treats

At Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour, enjoy freshly prepared made-to-order meals followed by delightful desserts that will tickle your taste buds. Every moment promises an enchanting journey back in time, filled with unforgettable flavors.

Why Choose Us?

  • Dog-friendly inside & out
  • Gluten-free options available
  • Celiac registered
  • WW2-inspired Vintage Tea Room
  • Homemade cakes and food
  • Fully Licensed

Try Something New

Our customers are consistently impressed by the authentic WW2-themed ambiance, warmly set by the beachside, creating a uniquely comfortable atmosphere.

Get Your Weekly Rations!

Curious About World War Two Food Rations?

Rationing commenced on January 8, 1940, with bacon, butter, and sugar being the first to be rationed.

As the war progressed, more items like meat, milk, cheese, eggs, and cooking fat also joined the ration list. For an adult, a typical weekly food ration was as follows:

  • Bacon & Ham (4 oz)
  • Other meat (value of 1 shilling and 2 pence (equivalent to 2 chops))
  • Butter (2 oz)
  • Cheese (2 oz)
  • Margarine (4 oz)
  • Cooking fat (4 oz)
  • Milk (3 pints)
  • Sugar (8 oz)
  • Preserves (1 lb every 2 months)
  • Tea (2 oz)
  • Eggs (1 fresh egg (plus allowance of dried egg))
  • Sweets (12 oz every 4 weeks)

Don’t fret! At Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour you can enjoy as much food and drink as you like.