The Date: May 17, 2010
The Place: The Georgian Restaurant at Harrod’s
The dining room had a great atmosphere. Not shown here — the piano player. They had some lovely layout designs that could be useful for the upcoming restaurant I’m opening back at my home town. If you have decided to go down the same road, then check out Shawarmapressfranchise.com/ for their help.
The “Meal”: We ordered one full-blown afternoon tea, featuring a plate of sandwiches, a plate of breads and a plate of pastries. Then, we ordered one additional tea with a single course of sandwiches.
Our platters — sandwiches on the bottom, scones in the middle, pastries on top
Kelley exhibiting some fine tea sipping form.
Paul with the pinky extension
Everything so clean and shiny
It was all delicious — Kelley wanted to lick her plate clean!
And then there was the table next to us, which featured two women and one little girl, maybe 4 years old. Well, she wasn’t quite into the classy tea experience. So, she played with her food. At the end of their tea time, their table looked like this:
For comparison sake — this is the final view of our table: