We've been twice and both times were very, very good. We as a transatlantic couple decided to compromise for our July 4th celebration...so we went to Shakespear's. My husband is English, and I'm American but lived in England for thirteen years. I know a great afternoon tea when I see/taste one. I can spot real clotted cream from a mile away! Shakespear's does not disappoint. Husband had the afternoon tea and I ordered a very nice, generous portion of quiche and salad. Food is authentic (they do what Brits are good at - scones, pastries, tidy little sandwiches - fortunately leaving out mushy peas and overcooked sprouts), the service was very friendly and efficient. The tearoom's decor is lovely...we will be back and wish all the best for them and the European Village restaurants/shops in general for the future.
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