Mad Tea Party
This past Saturday, Royal-T Cafe
hosted a Alice in Wonderland themed event, which mostly catered to the lolita and doll collectors subcultures. My friend and I went to check it out to take loads of photos and eat some delicious food!
I love, love, loooooooove the food at this restaurant!!! I also highly recommend their great selection of tea, especially
their Royal Milk Tea. The Royal-T High Tea set is a good choice for people who are eating here for the first time. It has a selection of finger food and samples of most of the desserts! Plus, your choice of tea, of course. We ordered the "Queen's High Tea" set, which was a special for this particular event. I thought the addition of the cupcake on top was pretty fun.
Check out the rest of my photos on my flickr!
Labels: event, lolita, mad tea party, royal-t
A B O U T - U S
We are self-proclaimed girl-GEEKS who needed a place to write about it! We don't really do anything special with our lives, but we do enjoy the occasional comic book or fantasy film. Also, the occasional pie. With ice cream. Yeah. Ice cream.
P H O T O S
C O N T A C T
C A T E G O R I E S
art, art show, bubblepunch, comiccon,
comics, cosplay, costumes,
crusaders and haters, david mack, disneyland,
edwardian ball 2009, food, francis magalona,
halloween, harry potter, hello kitty,
heroes, hollywood, japan,
japanology, kevin smith, long beach comic con,
lord of the rings, mad tea party, movie,
pirate festival, rant, royal-t,
san diego comic con, sanrio, sdcc,
sdcc 2009, shiny party, social networking,
star trek, street fighter, stupidity,
superhero facebook, things to buy, three apples,
travel, tv show, twitter,
watchmen, wii, zippercut