took my mother here who loves hot tea. we are country folks and felt like we were having a moment of playing tea party with the little ones. tableclothes, floral centerpieces, saucers and teacups, tiny pitches of milk and sugar for the tea. choice of hot tea served in teapot and our shared order was a special assortment of a raisin scone, 6 little halved finger sandwiches of cucumber and creamcheese and eggsalad, english biscuits which were actually 2 flat cookie wafer-style, few small pieces of various cheeses with couple of crackers, two strawberries (all served on a tiered tray) and then a choice of dessert in a small bowl at the end. more of a "lets try this for the experience and then have a real dinner later". we actually had no trouble downing the whole pot of tea...was really good with a little milk and sugar. dainty and neat little place. they do have other substantial items on the menu but wouldn't make this a stop every trip except maybe for the tea and the atmosphere. when you walk in, you can shop for nice sets of cup/saucer sets and some other things but high priced. the dining area is visibly past the little shop. small place like a hole in the wall. i think i read they are in the original hotel foyer of the choo-choo. but they are located across from where the choo-choo hotel is now. anyway, take your mother, enjoy the visit and the experience.