Tea service, like most other aspects of dining, including cocktails, bread, butter, coffee, even salt and sugar, has improved and been fine-tuned.Indeed, some restaurants offer their customers tea service that is almost as elaborate as the service typical of afternoon tea in a hotel lounge. In the 2 West Restaurant in the Ritz-Carlton Battery Park City in New York, there is a choice of teas in tea bags but also an option to order brewed whole-leaf tea served in a china pot on a warmer, the ...

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