All in all, very good and if you like this sort of thing, then well worth popping in.
1. Service - excellent and the staff were very pleasent and Alexander with his tea trolley was a delight to behold.
2. We went for both the traditional and centennial and both were very good. The scones are particularly worth mentioning for they were superb and fluffy...just like a scone should be. The traditional set came with 'four' which may have over done it a bit but having read some posts earlier, then I would agree a slight shift towards more savoury would be better. The centennial tea was a little over the top with the sweet stuff....all of which was good and eaten of course!
If one were to be a little critical, then you really do need proper clotted cream to accompany the scones.
3. The teas on offer were also good and wide and served properly.
All in all, for a country that is essentially 'coffee' territory the Laurier did a find job and what was most crucial, unlike many more celebrated places I have had tea around the world, there was no queuing and no rushing you out the door for the enxt sitting. Top marks
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