The high tea included a starter of crackers (fav was the dark red pizza kind), with a cheddar cheese spread. Followed by a waldorf salad, complete with curried tuna with dried cranberries and currants, apple, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, spinach and raspberry balsamic sauce. It was divine.
The three tiered tray, with added fruits for the little one and the scone we ordered for her (High Tea was just for me and mom, with some shared with the babe), was filled with sandwiches, scones with devonshire cream and raspberry jam, fruits and, of course, some delicious cookies, brownies, and raisin butter tarts (my mom and my fav).
The sandwiches were salmon paste, cucumber and butter, egg salad, ham and cheese, and a dessert one, with cream cheese and maybe marmalade (topped with a lemon curd frosting and chocolate heart).
$30/pp for the High Tea, well worth it. Loved the experience, great customer service! No one even seemed to mind when the little one had a tantrum about not using the bathroom. All was good in the end. Go if you have the chance, highly recommend. So much food we needed to take some home.
My daughter and I wore matching dresses (swoon). She loved the experience, and my mom and I cannot wait to go with her again.
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