What better way to ring in Mother’s Day or the royal wed­ding than with af­ter­noon tea? Chef McEwan sam­ples cook­ies, fin­ger sand­wiches and sweets fit for a queen, or your queen — Mom.

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Mark McEwan sam­ples T.O.’s best af­ter­noon tea treats in time for mum & the royal wed­ding


LI­BRARY BAR AT THE ROYAL YORK “These to me, at first glance, look the best. These are cer­tainly the tastiest sand­wiches, and I like the mac­arons and the key lime tart,” says McEwan. 100 Front St. W., $50/per­son


SORELLE AND CO. “There’s a big as­sort­ment of pas­tries. The mac­arons are very good, and the choco­late crin­kle cook­ies are very nicely done,” says McEwan. 1050 Ruther­ford Rd., $50/per­son


MoRoCo “This is def­i­nitely the most mod­est. The curry chicken salad sand­wich tastes good, and the mac­arons are pretty good too,” says McEwan. 215 Madi­son Ave., starts at $16.95/per­son


T-BUDS “The scones here are very tra­di­tional and are the per­fect size. The sand­wiches also have a nice look to them,” says McEwan. 3343 Yonge St., 2nd Floor, $30-$32/per­son

CHEF’S TIP “English tea could re­ally be rein­vented with open-face sand­wiches and lit­tle cros­ti­nis,” says McEwan. 2 3 4 1

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