Lahloo Tea at The Seahorse, Dartmouth

13 Oct
Inspired by travels in the Mediterranean, The Seahorse offers an experience with great food served in relaxed but informal surroundings.

Inspired by travels in the Mediterranean, The Seahorse offers an experience with great food served in relaxed but informal surroundings.

In the same spot that once housed Fishworks in Bristol, Kate’s beedy eye spotted that something new was in the making! With her ear to the ground she discovered that award winning restaurateur and 21st century fishmonger, Mitch Tonks was actually opening an exciting new seafood market and grill – Rockfish.

If theres a fishy fact that Mitch Tonks doesnt know, its probably not worth knowing - Waitrose Food Illustrated, 2009Kate was invited to take Lahloo Tea and taste it with the new team at a very rushed tasting just days before Rockfish opened. Here she met Mitch and wowed him with a cup of Lahloo Green Jasmine tea. He loved it! Mitch then invited us to sample Lahloo Tea at his other seafood restaurant in Dartmouth, The Seahorse. Here, he tasted and found his favourite cup of tea – Guricha japanese green tea! Lahloo have been supplying Mitch Tonks’ new Rockfish Seafood Market and Grill with Lahloo Tea since their opening in the Summer and recently we sent the first order to a very excited team at The Seahorse.

Read Giles Corens’ fabulous review here. Thank you for serving Lahloo loose-leaf tea Mitch and your team! To book The Seahorse click here, or for Rockfish click here. Enjoy your meal (and your tea – Guricha green tea goes perfectly with fish)!

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