503 W. Lancaster Ave.
From 2009: This quaint teahouse has sustained a devoted audience despite location changes and economic downturns. Must be the delicious nibbles old-school, petite and oh-so-cute tea sandwiches, precisely crafted with sophisticated fillings. You'll also find a selection of larger sandwiches and salads, comfort fare like chicken potpie and quiche, and decadent sweets. And if you want loose tea, there's plenty of that and more than 41 blends.
From 2010: With its cozy décor and flexible seating options, A Taste of Britain is the ideal spot for a sophisticated midday meal with girlfriends. Its new Eagle Village Shops location strikes the perfect balance between casual and refined. The teas, scones, mini-pastries and other sweet accompaniments are divine. The lunch menu is equally impressive, with an array of quiches, salads, and English-inspired sausage rolls and Cornish pasties.
From 2013: Whether it's afternoon tea with friends or the best loose leaf to brew at home, A Taste of Britain never disappoints, with a menu that varies from tea sandwiches and other light fare in the summer to heartier dishes like shepherd's pie in the cooler months. Be sure to stock up on groceries and other goods directly from the U.K.