This isn't a meal, it's a dining experience. Reservations are a must, but the advanced planning is definitely worth it. Our tea was a table of 4 and we enjoyed delicious food paired with excellent teas. Everything is small, but that's the idea, it is tea afterall: a cup of soup, followed by a small salad, then scones with devonshire cream and vanilla curd, then on to tea sandwiches and cookies. The eating is leisurely. The setting feels like an old-fashioned tea room. And, just as an aside, I was particularly impressed by the server's concern for my severe food allergy, which only caused a tiny hiccup that she was happy to work around. Overall, quite a lovely place for a real treat.
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