Both my companion and I had the Full Tea ($22.00) which deviated from the description on website. I started with the Rachel Salad (spinach, tomatoes, boiled egg, bacon, and croutons with a poppy seed dressing). My companion had the cream of asparagus soup served in a lovely little teacup with a toast nib. The salad was good, but the soup was absolutely wonderful. We moved on to a tasty selection of tea sandwiches (tomato with fresh thyme, cold chicken, cucumber with mint, and egg salad, arranged with fresh strawberries and blueberries.) After that came some ridiculously fluffy warm scones with cream and lemon curd. For the finale we were presented with a selection of desserts (mini pecan pie, tiny lemon sponge cake, and raspberry chocolate fool).
The tea came pre-strained and the milk was warmed so as not to cool the tea – very high class. The cups were delicate and perfectly proportioned. The service was a little odd, but efficient, and the atmosphere was cozy and friendly. We arrived on a Saturday afternoon in Spring without a reservation and were seated immediately. There were two other couples, and a small party of cheerful matrons.
Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
Mr. T called for jury duty. I pity the fool who has to stand before him.
Your Tisane of Smart:
Best of Star Trek DIY on Treadbanger
Your Writerly Tinctures:
Ever heard of this site, Fresh Fiction? How about All Voices? If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Scam? Legit? Problems? Compliments?
CAKE in Space: Finished Draft 2.
Soulless: Awaiting ARC distribution.
Steampunk short: Out with Gamma.
Changeless: Gone poof. Starting to gather corrections.
Quote of the Day:
“Bread and water can so easily be toast and tea.”
~ Author Unknown