Service - Wonderful. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. The café looked clean, cosy and inviting.
Cost - I had the high tea and thought it was a little expensive for $22 considering what was received - I would have been better off ordering each single item from the standard menu from what I could work out afterwards, so that was a little disappointing as I expected by buying more you would get better value.
Food - The little quiches and scones were lovely. The home-made jam is really tasty making the scones even yummier. The cake and biscuits tasted stale (they seriously tasted a day old and I could get better from a supermarket). The chocolate is also very rich so the top tier I could not eat without feeling ill so again, a waste of money.
Overall - I would visit again but stick to a mug of coffee and a scone which I could get for a reasonable price of $8 and really enjoy... Not regret paying $22 for something I didn't thoroughly enjoy. It's worth a visit!
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