Right away she ordered a cup of Earl Grey, which came simply in a cup with no accessories like lemon or a spoon (while this is perfectly acceptable to some, Brandy has always been a stickler for a little bit of tea service at brunch).
Brandy found this minimalist breakfast very underwhelming to say the least. After all, Brandy's greatest breakfast joys come from dazzling sides, exciting beverage choices, and an actual table to sit at. She also found it curious that the pricing of the menu (over half the menu was around $10) was the one thing that wasn't minimalistic.
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