My friends and I tried this supposedly lovely spot in the quaint village of The Plains. Unfortunatley, we were quite disappointed. The hostess was dressed in sweats and tennis shoes and was quite disheveled. The food was something from Costco. The picture on her site is IT!!! There are three tables in the back of what's supposed to be an antique shop. Such a shame as The Plains is a quaint village. We won't be back
I'm very sorry they were disappointed, and surprised because they expressed no dissatisfaction while here. Most of our patrons seem to enjoy their time with us. Actually, we have 5 tables (seating 14), our pastries come from 2 excellent local bakeries, and while our hostess does wear tennis shoes because she's on her feet all day, she does not (would never) wear sweats to work. What's most disturbing about this review is the angry undertone -- as if we not only fell short, but also somehow offended or deceived them. We do not pretend to high tea at the Savoy; it's a simple country tea room in a little shop in a small town, and most folks find it charming. I wish Susan would come back to give us another chance or at least accept a full refund.