The English Tea Garden (3 reviews)
It was great!!food great, service wonderful and the charm of an informal English tea garden painted on the walls by the owner, with 2 water fountains, and Frank Sinatra grooning in the background....no dust of antiques, roomy yet quaint. I read the negative review...we did not experience our time there like that. Go and enjoy!
My cousins and I had reservations today at 1:00. We were seated promptly and offered menus right away. We each had a coupon, and the waitress offered to write up three separate bills so we could each use one. The Menu was small, but every TEA ROOM category was covered and the food was tasty! YES, I would go there again. It was a lovely afternoon!! Amd to is decorated nicely, too!
This place is a joke. Had tea with three friends and not one of us would dream of returning. Too bad, because the decor is very nice and the limited tea selection good. We were served scones, cut in half, I'm not kidding,with the tinyest dishs of jam and cream that wouldn't have been enough for one person let alone four. Two pots of tea for four people was pretty skimpy, and when asked to reheat the cold tea, the waitress just added not very hot water to the tea leaves already in the pot. It was then just amber hot water. The sandwiches were all on white bread, just a cut above wonder bread, not very neatly stacked and with tiny bits of filling then cut in triangles. Some potato chips were scattered around the sandwiches. That was four little triangles each. The menu said assorted pastries and that consisted of a premade tiny chocolate cup with a dab of whipped cream. Everything tasted storebought and not very good at that. I can't believe this place is still in business.