At A Taste of Britain, be prepared to encounter a true tea-room experience. This is as good as it gets, comrades. I have been to the Ritz Carlton, The Four Seasons in Philadelphia and Paris, and a great deal of other 'fine tea-rooms', and nothing has come close to the time, care and devotion with which their wide variety of fine teas are prepared and served. The atmosphere is that of a cozy British tea shop, but be warned! This isn't grandma's cat-filled living room. This is a fine establisment. I would reccomend being, if not in your Sunday Best, at least in something presentable. No tie or jacket is necessary for the men, however. The selection of teas is wonderful. Be prepared to try all sorts of teas, from the traditional English varieties to the most obscure of the far eastern teas. They are prepared wonderfully and served in the most gorgeous of tea-pots. The service is local and friendly, efficient and professional. When you first walk into A Taste of Britain, you visit a room filled with British delectabales, all sorts of fine china, british flags, and all of the most amazing foods you thought you could only get at Harrod's. If you've never been to England, and are dying for the experience, or if you've been before and are longing for your second home in England, come to A Taste of Britain. Their specialty is the Full Afternoon High Tea, with delicate petit-fours and scrumptious home-baked scones. All the food is hand-made, gorgeous, and most importantly, delicious. I forget exactly who said this, but a food critic in a local newspaper said that the quiche 'exploded with flavor' in his mouth. I'll have to agree with him. The quiche is some of the best I've ever had, and the soups are to die for. You'll walk away wishing that you could eat at A Taste of Britain every day.