The hostess must have been lonely -- she spent so much time at our tables talking about teas that we couldn't visit! The selection and amount of food offered was extremely poor. Our group of ladies left and went a couple of streets over and had a meal at another restaurant. Great for tea, but don't expect food. Upon inquiry I was told that the tea room doesn't even have a stove or oven, so everything must be prepackaged.
Our group was crowded around a much too small table. The food was good but pricey! $1.95 for a teabag!. I was disgusted by paper napkins in a tea room! Once was enough. Way over rated in my opinion.