More pictures under the cut:-
Me and the family are still a bit shy, so there are some headless pictures so you can see the kind of costumes on offer.
First up on the menu is a selection of sandwiches, crusts off of course. Then comes scones with jam and cream, and to finish of a selection of cakes, including lemon drizzle, macaroons and brownies.
Before we went we requested 1 gluten-free vegetarian, 1 gluten-free pescetarian, and then a normal vegetarian and pescetarian. So they're prepared to cater to picky people. Though, saying that, I'm not sure if the scones/cake was gluten-free as the waitress didn't mention it.
It's bring your own booze, which is brillant, but there is £2.50 per person corkage fee.
Unfortunately the food wasn't as fresh as last time, the sandwiches and scones tasted a little dry. This was a real shame, as it was delicious the first time we went. I'm not sure if it was because it was the end of the week, or because it was gluten-free but it definitely not as good.
Still, the overall experience was still fantastic, and we all had a lovely time. I have no hesitation recommending Betty Blythe if your looking for a quirky afternoon tea experience, great for birthdays and other special occasions.
By the way- Happy Birthday Smallest Sister!!