Weeks ago my friend Julie suggested we do tea at Heirloom Haul for my birthday. She’s so thoughtful like that! At just $30, tea at Heirloom Haul is one of the last expensive teas in the Dallas area and has some of the best food.
Where is Heirloom Haul located?
Heirloom Haul is located at The Star in Frisco, Texas about thirty minutes north of Dallas. There’s parking right out front but it was pretty hoppin’ on Sunday and I had to park in one of the garages, which is free. The restaurant actually looks like a store front. Once inside, you have to walk past the Anthropologie-esque store to get to the restaurant.
What’s included with tea?
The tea service includes sandwiches, deviled eggs, muffins, macarons, and tea. I chose a green tea on this particular Sunday. I’ve been getting into green tea lately! We sat down at 2:30 pm famished and I felt so satiated by the time I left. It’s a substantial tea. At just $30, this tea service is a steal! Not included but totally necessary for my birthday tea was our Party Lattes, delicious vanilla lattes with whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles.
What food is included?
We were served egg salad sandwiches, chicken salad sandwiches, deviled eggs, cucumber sandwiches, pimento cheese sandwiches, strawberries, lemon poppy seed muffins, and macarons. We had one each of the sandwiches (the four made up one whole sandwich), two deviled eggs, two mini muffins, and two tiny macarons.
The sandwiches were all delicious and I often think sandwiches fall flat at various tea services. Every single sandwich at Heirloom Haul was amazing! The chicken salad clearly has really high-quality chicken, basil, and fresh grapes and they weren’t stingy on the amount either. The sandwiches were stuffed!
I was possibly most startled by how much I loved the cucumber sandwich. I don’t know where they buy their cream cheese but wow! It must be a whipped cream cheese. It was so tangy and delicious on the softest white bread.
The pimento cheese sandwich was equally amazing. I’m not sure if it’s a housemade pimento cheese or not but it is divine.
How fun to get deviled eggs with tea!? That’s so southern! In all my days of high tea, I don’t know if I’ve ever been served deviled eggs with tea. They were unbelievably creamy and flavorful. I’m so glad we each got two!
The mini lemon poppy seed muffins were exceptional: SO soft and tender. They were part of the dessert course though and I wouldn’t call muffins dessert. The macarons were pretty small for dessert but Heirloom Haul also offers a dessert board that’s apparently quite popular. I feel like everyone in there had giant boards full of cheesecake and cookies heading to their tables.
The food was and you can’t beat the price. So many of the tea services in Dallas are $50-75; this felt like a treat for the price. Heirloom Haul has a very cute shop inside so don’t leave without grabbing some candles, earrings, or other fun gifts!
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