A pleasant enough experience, a little cramped but the service was pleasant. The food was average, the scones were more like tops of muffins than true scones. The sandwiches were so-so and the desserts were store bought Pepperidge Farm cookies and Costco cream puffs. They did include a chocolate covered strawberry which was nice. The soup was the best part. It's a nice enough tea experience if you are in the area but because of the the food & price, I wouldn't make a trip out of my way. Also, this is listed as a 'British' tea house on teamap...I think that is a mistake, it is more Victorian than true British. If you are looking for a British experience (food and service)try the British Emporium in Upland, if you are looking for great food at a Victorian tea room, try Two a Tea in Glendora.
My husband and I enjoyed the “Night in Paris” dinner on Valentine’s Day. What a WONDERFUL experience. The stilton bleu cheese scone was so delicious; I’m placing a special order to serve at a brunch later this month. Each course made us feel like we were experiencing a 5 star culinary tour. The soup was divine so I can only imagine that the regular hour tea service is wonderful. I have been to many tea houses before, usually with my mom or cousin, but I am pleased to say that this is the only one my husband agreed to go back to—the food is that good!! The owners take great care in serving their customers and making the experience a memorable one, they even took pictures of all the couples to send as a keepsake. We can’t wait until the next dinner event!