Books and Other Impressions
The price is comparable to that at the Empress in Victoria (where I had a delightful tea in 1996, when it was around $30). While it seems high, it's an elaborate multi-course menu and sounds delicious. I think of it as an experience, like going to the theater (which now costs much more than $60 on Broadway). Considering the Eloise connection, though, I'm surprised that they don't offer a less expensive option for children.
I guess because they aren't having any difficulty filling up the dining room!That time I visited you, then went on to Victoria, I couldn't bring myself to spend the money on tea at the Empress all alone. I needed a kindred spirit to enjoy it with!
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