What is it about the British and tea? That brown liquid that has kept the UK ticking over for hundreds of years or so. On Sunday it was raining steadily but people still queued up to get into Betty's, a famous old fashioned Cafe/tearooms in York that reminds you of the good old days of refinement, superb food and quality service.
It is like going back seventy years when you arrive inside. It feels like a living, breathing film set/location like those used for those Agatha Christie TV adaptations. You can almost imagine seeing an elegantly dressed Poirot sat at the next table engrossed in the details of his next case