Sadly, this tea has gone downhill. Until last weekend, it was my favorite of all the tea experiences. Instead of several tea menus available, as there once were, there's now just one. I enjoyed the tea that included a glass of champagne, and caviar displayed in endive petals. I think it was called the 'Queen's Tea' or something deliciously decadant like that. It's GONE. Now the tea menue is more basic, less interesting...almost boring. And too many sweets. The service has always been bad, but now that the tea menu is boring, there's little to redeem the experience. Also, there was no harpist there on my last visit, as there used to be. Hope they bring this tea back around. It's a nice lobby and elegant dining room.
Love visiting this cute, girly tea room! I've been two or three times, and each visit has been a treasure.