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Is Afternoon Tea filling? Should I book lunch previous to tea?

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Is Afternoon Tea filling? Should I book lunch previous to tea?

Zisso | Apr 16, 2007 09:52 AM

I am planning a small luncheon and/or afternoon tea for my mother-in-law's birthday. I was first considering lunch, but then thought afternoon tea may be nice too. I've never had afternoon tea before, and am being told it is quite filling. I know my mother-in-law mentioned she would like to go in the past.
Questions:
1) Do you think I need to set up lunch and tea (I will be paying for it all)? Or just do one or the other? If only one, which one would you prefer?
2) For lunch, JK at the Gardiner is all booked up. I am thinking the Four Seasons. Maybe Windsor Arms. Any thoughts? I'd like a very upscale resto/location, which is still busy.
3) For tea, Windsor Arms & Langdon Hall is all booked up, however King Eddie and Four Seasons are available. Which should I choose?

Your help is appreciated.

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