walk into alice's tea cup and it's almost like walking into a page of this classic story.
friendly hostess seated us immediately. normally they do not accept reservations. if, however, you are a party of five or more you may make them.
we had a very hospitable server who answered our questions. while you can order from the regular menu, there's nothing quite alike ordering high tea
there are three options to choose from: nibble, hungry and famished. unless you're absolutely hungry or sharing, the "nibble" certainly suffices.
the nibble contains your choice of: one sandwich, one scone, various cookies and a pot of tea. the tea has it's own menu ranging from more bitter tastes like the Darjeeling to the sweeter St Mark.
sandwich selection is extensive too from open faced salmon to chicken curry.
while the food is delicious, one comes to this restaurant for the experience. it's decorated in a way that truly captures the Alice spirit. from the whimsical paintings of the mad hatter to the Alice quotes strewn throughout the ceiling, one can't help but just sit back and rekindle his/her childhood.
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