Afternoon tea is more like lunch but in a good way. The building is beautifully cared for, rich in history. You dine in very pleasant surroundings. Staff are friendly, efficient and courteous.
Sandwiches and pastries were very fresh along with the desserts. Champagne topped off the usual decadence of the high tea.
We tried the Windsor blend tea which was good but I didn’t find it outstanding.
The two hours sitting was plenty to enjoy for the afternoon.
I would definitely do this again. It was very relaxing.
There were 4 of us. My husband, teen son and friend. We all were well catered for. My son has a nut allergy and this was no problem. A separate high tea stand was bought out solely for him. We were advised that they are a nut free kitchen but still went the extra length to avoid any cross contamination. Very impressed and grateful.
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