yeah, we went, too, last year a couple of times. And it was nice. a good alternative for people who want high tea in the 905 and don't want to venture too far for it. The service was excellent - the server really explains the different kinds of tea to you and lets you take in the aroma of your selection. The ambience is a little campy but I appreciated the effort all the same. We went in with a stroller but had to fold it up and leave it out front as there is precious little room in there. The food was good but nothing too memorable. The good thing here is that if you don't feel like having a full service tea but your tea companion does, s/he can order the full set and you can order something small. No other tea places that I 've been to in toronto does that.