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Harrogate.
There haven’t been many occasions in my life that I’ve thought, “What would Hercule Poirot do in this situation?” Faced with an impressive list of caffeinated and decaffeinated beverages, I was inspired by Agatha Christie’s famous Belgian detective and ordered the tisane, having never tried one before. It was very refreshing and I felt very sophisticated! I can’t remember what this circle of paper was attached to, but I obviously managed to remove it and get it home without it getting crumpled or creased. Betty’s on York’s St. Helen’s Square is certainly iconic [queues¬†of people waiting for tables, formed up along Davygate, are a regular sight on my walks around York] and I assume Betty’s in Harrogate has a similar reputation.

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