Cute finishing touches, like the menu presented in an old book, and the sugar cubes in a musical jewellery box all help bring a classy touch of the Mad Hatter's Tea Party to the table.
The only negative I do have, is the 15% service charge that is added on to the bill. It's steep, there were ten of us, and the service charge on the bill was £75. The service was good, and I would have left a tip, but at the usual amount - and I feel better giving a tip, than being made to. Maybe it's just me, but adding that just makes me think that however the service is, you are expected to pay. I'm not asking the waitress to backflip when she brings my sandwiches over but good, polite service is enough to make me show my appreciation.