This unique place is also housed in a meticulously renovated colonial English house and is surrounded by 1.5 acres of perfectly manicured lawns, complete with a Croquet Pitch and outdoor seating.
The English Tea House and Restaurant in Sandakan are located on a little hill overlooking the majestic Sandakan Bay. This unique place is also housed in a meticulously renovated colonial English house and is surrounded by 1.5 acres of perfectly manicured lawns, complete with a Croquet Pitch and outdoor seating.
Anyone visiting Sandakan in East Coast Sabah should see this place for some good old traditional English cooking or a tea and scones session. The English Teahouse is also run by a non-Malaysian, giving the area a lot of character and charm. The English Tea House and Restaurant in Sandakan also cater to weddings and other small functions. Still, the main attraction here is the beautiful landscaping and dining experience in an old colonial home. This is possibly the best restaurant around Sandakan, so prices are a little more than your regular cafe or coffee shop, so be prepared.
Visiting the Agnes Keith House and Museum, which is within walking distance from the Tea House. Hedges occupied the main walkway inside as the main restaurant was facing the sea. The dining area could easily fit about 20-30 people and was a veranda style restaurant with a mini bar area inside the house. This truly unique place gives anyone a chance to experience how it was back in the day where actual dining at an old colonial bungalow complete with a Croquet Lawn and beautifully landscaped gardens surround the vicinity.
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