I happened to pass by this place and figured that my tea and high-tea loving friend would love to check this place out. We didn’t end up getting a high tea (you need reservations) and had a la carte instead.
The place was packed and busy. Nicely decorated with chandeliers and a Neverland theme. However, it felt pretty cramped. And as Sheepie always complains with North American architecture, the ceiling with the pipes and vents are all exposed – it’s just ugly.
We sat at a table outside. Unfortunately, the sidewalk is slightly slanted, so the table was slanted too. I was afraid I was going to drop and break something on the small table that was crammed with our plates and cups.
I had a pot of tea $3.50 which came in a regular tin pot. I had a Rooibos tea.
Finger Sandwich $14 with chef’s selection of three finger sandwiches from that day’s high tea menu, and a side of black kale salad. The kale was surprisingly soft and tasty. Very refreshing. The small sandwiches were a delight to eat. There was the chicken salad, egg salad and one more I don’t recall… but the entire dish was very light.