Emily Post book of Etiquette . A tea, no matter how formal it pretends to be, is friendly and inviting. One does not go to be impressed or instructed, but merely in an informal and everyday spirit, to see one's friends and be seen by them.
The service is outstanding and the tea is brought out on a cart to pick from it is then servered individally in pots. The food is delicious and there is enough to bring home for another day. I have taken Afternoon Tea across the world and this beats all of the finest hotels todate.
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