Thursday, December 6, 2012

City Cruises Afternoon Tea

 It costs between £20 to £25 per person for an afternoon tea on the cruise. Usually it's slightly pricier during festive season.

 Their scones were cold and dry, sandwiches were so-so, more like the ones that we can get from the supermarket. Don't expect too much...

The magnificent Tower Bridge... Feel free to go up to snap photos. It took them like almost 20 minutes after leaving the pier to serve the food. Should just use the time to go up and sit instead.

I will not recommend to go on City Cruises for afternoon tea. The food were not really good and their service was bad. Not the waitresses, it's the call center. It was my first time having afternoon tea on the cruise. I was nearby the pier but I have no clue where to board. I called them up (the call helpline in case I need help) they directed me to go across the river which was obviously the wrong direction. I had to walk all over the place to search for the pier... It's actually the same pier for normal cruise sessions. City Cruises helpline is obviously useless in giving directions and this woman on the line had a really bad tone, more like irritated because I told her she was wrong in her directions as I'm not seeing what I'm supposed to see! So really, never go on City Cruises unless you want to be treated the same way. Try something else, say Hilton. Say NO to City Cruise.

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