I booked the Sunday afternoon tea experience through itison.com and thought that with it being promoted on their site it might have been a bit busier ( we went at 4pm so might have been busier earlier)
Sloans its self is in a very atmospheric building , and must have some great storys to tell through its time being one of the oldest pubs in glasgow , as you make your way up to the first floor you can imagine the people who have passed through the doors
upon arrival the best china is on the tables and it does help with the atmosphere the waitress will ask if you prefer tea or coffee , we opted for coffee , which is refilled as often as you wish , you can pay a bit extra and have a glass of prosseco
the afternoon tea as can be seen from the pictures I have added are a selection of ham and tomato , salmon ( not the tinned rubbish) and a cheese thing that I did not like , the cakes are nice and the scones are tasty too with nothing dried out
it would have added to the atmosphere of the "vintage" tea if the waitress had been perhaps dressed in a period outfit , however this did not detract from the experience
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