Sunday, October 25, 2009

Halloween decorations in Lake Sumter Landing


The Tea Plantation is not only a floral boutique, but also an English-style restaurant. We have not eaten there, but we plan to do so in the future. It looks very nice; if a bit pricey.

11 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

I think you should treat Lois Anne to lunch at the Tea Plantation! Don't be so cheap - I think she's tired of McDonalds!!

Phew! I'm sooooo relieved to see that you DID post a Sunday blog posting! I'll be able to sleep tonight! Gott sei Dank!

joo said...

I love the decoration in front of the restaurant. The place looks so chic and welcoming - you should try it - must be lovely!

Small City Scenes said...

I think you should go on in and check it out for all of us and have a bite to eat. Do as Leif suggests, oh so gently. LOL MB

Vogon Poet said...

Fine place, even if it's my first florist restaurant... or the other way around!

Hilda said...

I agree with Leif. Treat yourselves to lunch there, even just once. It looks like a very lovely place. Even their Halloween decoration is so elegant!

Jacob said...

@ Hilda - You agree with Leif? Nobody agrees with Leif! Heh. Heh. We shall eat there sometime. After I take out a loan from Eagan Farmers and Snowblowers Bank. ;-)

cieldequimper said...

Very pretty arrangement. On the other hand, I imagine that florists do pretty things... So: what's pricey? I really have no idea!

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - Don't laugh, but I consider a place "pricey" when they charge $20 a plate and up for a "gourmet" slice of meat...

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The decorations look quite tasteful so I suspect the food might be too. (Don't try to follow that logic.)

Cezar and Léia said...

This place looks fabulous, look at those beautiful decorations!It's a neat place!
Léia

cieldequimper said...

I'm not laughing, I agree. In my opinion, it does depend on HOW the food is prepared though and what kind of ingredients are used. I wouldn't want to pay more than that for a nice yet simple salad. On the other hand, see and taste what some chefs make of salads and I'll be capable of paying double that. On an occasional splurge! ;-)