Oh, hon. I've taken men there and it was a hoot. My son was actually the best behaved out of all of them, and obviously the youngest. It's a lot of fun. Tink got a tea selection, I don't remember the name, with a side of the Sally Lunn bread, so consider as a possibility that a lot of items come a la carte. I always get the Grand Tea, which comes with a glass of champagne, and is the most extensive of their tea offerings. It's six tea sandwiches with an onion tartlet. Your second course is a jam tartlet and a heavenly scone with whipped butter. The third course is your choice of strawberries and cream, English trifle, or a couple of selections from the pastry offerings. I always get strawberries and cream and it's divine. I do have to say though, this is the day we met up with you later, and remember how Tink and I didn't eat dinner until later that night? Our tea was around 200-230, and for me, with the amount I get, it's a meal. I definitely needed dinner, but I'm almost positive that wasn't until 700-800 at night.