Dine with us
We pride ourselves on our bountiful breakfasts, luscious lunches & delectable afternoon teas.
Our tempting menus give our guests an exciting range to choose from. Catering for all with the highest quality ingredients, we try our best to meet all dietary requirements.
Keep an eye out for our fresh & exciting specials, changing daily with seasonal ingredients.
A bit about us
Founded in 2014, Mrs Salisbury’s optimises the Great British tea room. Our tea room is proudly situated in the blue plaque dwelling of the late Edward Bright, The Fat Man of Maldon. Occupying Rose Cottage at the rear of Church House, our quaint tea room oozes charm and character, with seating over two floors, private dining room and an idyllic courtyard. Whether dining inside on a cosy winters day or outside in Brights Path, we offer a service like no other in Maldon.
Our latest events
We’re re-opening our tea room
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Christmas @ Mrs Salisbury’s
‘Tis the season of festivi-tea! 2020 has been a difficult year for us all but we hope our COVID friendly Christmas experiences will help put a smile on your faces. Scroll down to see what’s on offer.
Mrs S in the park!
Join us every day at our pop-up tea room!
Located just off of Maldon High Street, next to the Thomas Plume Library.
Bright’s Path is a privately owned development in the heart of Maldon, dating back to the 18th century. Formerly it was the residence of Mr Edward Bright who was a successful greengrocer, salt manufacturer and leader of Maldon’s Whigs. His father was the identically named Edward Bright – The Fat Man of Maldon.
In 2012 Bright’s Path was restored and opened to the public by Mr & Mrs Salisbury. It’s now home to a variety of businesses and serves as a place for our guests to eat, shop and enjoy. It’s our home and we love it!