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so we were there for high tea after visiting Agnes Keith’s House 😀
Revisited idyllic days spent in lush gardens amidst the profound tranquility of tropical Sandakan. The English Tea House is superbly situated within the grounds of the historic Agnes Keith House Museum and is housed in a meticulously renovated colonial house surrounded by 1.5 acres of perfectly manicured lawns.
(girl) & (boy)
(then) boss saw me snapped this pic and gave me a walao-this-one-also-wanna-snap-mer-look (sarcastic)
chandelier in ladies, not sure bout gents though
a shoppe to shop!
da very engrish-ish setting
english enjoying english tea house’s english tea
apparently this restaurant was awarded da BEST restaurant several times!
it’s so comfortable that u can even (sleepy) on da couch
some of da ol’ school stuffs around da restaurant
danty yummy cakes! (clap)
i was spoilt for choice.
asked for recommendations…and u have to scroll to find out what we ordered!
lai, take picture okie? 😀
quaint view from mountain
gazebo – where we had our high tea
they serve wide range of food like dessert, western, asian, and pastry 😀
my mango tea (if memory serves me right), rm6
i remember it’s very fragrant. and (should be) taste like mango. only if u add 5 spoonful of sugar.
raspberry cheese cake, rm16
it was served hot warm! very yummy! it’s pretty pricey to me though
choc brownies cake, rm10
da scoop of vanilla at da corner costs another rm4.50
there’s a croquet lawn where u can play around with balls. sound a tad wrong.
what a (Y) cozy place to shoot the breeze on a lazy breezy sunday (dance)
visit here to find out more 🙂