Only stopped for an Earl Grey tea and a tea time snack. The tea was good made in a heavy metal teapot with tea leaves rather than tea bags. We also had a large biscuit made with nuts and chocolate drops which was not cheap but was ok. My wife ha what was like a large angel cake with what looked like a large swirl of coffee flavoured patisserie creme on top. It turned out to be a really dry cake with a sickly fatty topping. She struggled through half of it because she was hungry - but we won't risk eating there again.
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