The afternoon tea was very elegant and there was lots of food. Two of us had high tea, which included a small main course dish. The tea was served in different silver teapots. Great tastes and well presented.
The down side was that service was very slow and the waitress was not very pleasant, and even forgot one of the items we'd ordered until we had to walk from the table to remind her. Perhaps the fact that an automatic 18.5% tip was added. Usually such a tip is only added to parties of 6 or more, not just three people, and we all thought 18.5% was extreme.
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