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Elizabeth Bloodworth
Attended Duke University
Lives in New York, NY
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I love this place and if you're even a little bit of an anglophile you'll love it, too. First, it is owned and operated by Brits. True fact: Nicky (one of the owners) grew up with Boy George. Second, the scones and jam and cream. It isn't jelly. It's jam. It isn't whipped cream or butter, it's clotted cream. These ain't those complicated-yet-rockhard triangles you get at Starbucks. They keep it simple. Plain scones. Third is their Full English Breakfast. The toast in particular is amazing. And yes, they have Marmite, if that's your thing (it is mine!). Fourth, naturally is the tea, how could it get so far down the list? Anyway, I am a fan of the Rosie Lee which is half Earl Grey and half English Breakfast. Loose leaf and strong. Just the way I like it. I also recommend their Coronation Chicken Salad sandwich and their Sticky Toffee Pudding which comes with warm custard. Good stuff all around. A couple of things to keep in mind: they will not seat you until your whole party is there (common for NYC), and there is a minimum per person at the table, so come ready to eat as well as drink.
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