The service at this house was very nice. The waitresses were very attentive, and the decor is cute. The tea, however, leaves something to be desired. It could possibly be the worse tea I've ever been to. The tea comes in bags, and is very weak and not at all distinctive in taste. The quality of the food is poor. There is no fresh food or dairy in the place. They do not have milk, which is odd for a tea house. They do not have fresh half and half, but instead have little Moo creamer cups. They do not have real butter, and offer instead some herbed margarine. The food is very likely processed food purchased from somewhere and I swear the croissant is Pillsbury. You have to call in advance for high tea (there are no scones available if you are not having high tea), but after eating here, I am not sure high tea would be worth it. My sister and I came here as our one outing from the babies, and I wish there were more reviews on it we could have read before heading out.