My wife & I had the afternoon tea bought for us as a Xmas present; it has taken until now for us to visit. It is necessary to book in advance, although I am not sure why other than the scones being baked to order. There is a choice between traditional and gentleman's with the latter consisting of savoury pastries and mini fish and chips - the price is the same (£16.95).
For the traditional we received 3 different tiny sandwiches, a scone with jam and cream, 2 small cakes and a liqueur glass of creme caramel. Written this appears quite a lot but it didn't take a lot of eating. Drinks were either a pot of hot water accompanied by sachets of assorted teas or a mug of coffee (refilled as required). A 330 ml bottle of Heineken was an additional £4.
Everything was nice but I had expected to enjoy it more than I did. The highlight was definitely the scone which was still warm from the oven and tasted delightful.
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