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Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2005
Alice's is a little on the small side but so cute and really good food. Their list of tea is sooo impressive and their breakfast is excellent. My favorite are the pumpkin scones but everything I've tried has been very good.
Posted by Lizzie on 09/17/2005
Delicious scones at a great deal - two huge scones and a large pot of tea (I had four cups and the pot wasn't empty!) for $9. The staff wears adorable fairy wings and the decor is themed but not over-the-top or cheesy. The lunch menu is perfect - salads and sadwiches and tasty cookies. I go at least once each month with my girlfriends and I highly recommend it!
Posted by mixed bag on 09/04/2005
Tea selection is great. Atmosphere and hours are fantastic but the red velvet cupcakes were a major disappointment. The desserts look good but I am apprehensive about the taste after the red velvet.
Posted by Alice in Tea Land on 08/22/2005
Alice's Tea Cup is wonderful, try the nutella and raspberry crepe, comes topped with chocolate and vanilla sauce and whipped cream! The house tea is AMAZING, it's a combination of vanilla black tea and green tea with rose petals. The Alice in Wonderland theme is fun and charming. However, if you don't have kids, I wouldn't recommend visiting this place on a Saturday or a Sunday because half the clientele are noisy and under the age of 5. Otherwise, I love Alice's Tea Cup!
Posted by MehhJenn on 08/10/2005
....some of these delicious scones. (which she rarely does!). They are all delicious, except the chocolate ones can be slighlty dry. Trust me, try the pumpkin..they are topped with toffee deliciousness and are spectacular warm. The atmosphere is delightfully innocent and the servicers always friendly.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/06/2005
I have had afternoon tea and scones all over the world, and Alice's tea cup has some of the best I've had. Overall, the staff is friendly and knowledgable, and the scones are all different flavors every day and not at all hard or dry...I thought I knew good scones before, but now I wish i could eat scones and tea at Alice's Tea Cup every day.
Posted by tea and scone fan on 08/05/2005
Not even remotely English ... the scones are huge, hard, and full of baking soda, the jam ordinary and the sandwiches dry and tasteless. The tea was poured immediately without being allowed to steep - ruining some admittedly good quality tea. And it was hard to enjoy a cup of tea in the middle of summer when the airconditioner wasn't working The decor is gets a few things right, but the space is cramped and low cielinged, and the tacky bright pink art work and tutus are creepy.