Went to Afternoon Tea on Easter Sunday and the Mad Hatter theme was combined with a bit of the Easter Bunny. Our service was wonderful, the staff was very friendly and explained everything.
The "savory" section was the only disappointment. Maybe I should have asked for the vegetarian option, but I didn't so I thought I could struggle through the meats. The crab piece was very strong and I could only handle two bites. And when I cut open the quail egg, I found hairs in the salmon that surrounded the egg. No way was I eating that!!!
But the scones were pleasant, the cream and jam were delicious, and the desserts were fabulous! They were beautifully presented and quite tasty! I enjoyed the Cheshire Cat tea and found myself drinking the whole pot!
Yes, it was expensive, but I viewed it as an experience more than a meal out. With that said, despite not eating half the savory course, I was still quite full when I left. All in all, a good way to spend Easter afternoon.
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