I cannot comment on anything at Amelia's except High Tea.
It was awful. We were given no choice of tea. Then, the first "course" was a pseudo-donut--cut in half. We weren't quite sure what was in it, but it was clearly stale. The next "course" was cheese and crackers--boring, ordinary crackers and boring ordinary cheese at that. In the sandwich course, the bread was also stale and the sandwiches were tuna salad (just tuna and mayo), chicken salad, and cucumber (consisting of one slice of cucumber and a tiny bit of tomato).
The last course had variety and some flavor. It represented what EACH course is supposed to have--originality, variety, and flavor. The rest of the courses did not.
The only other High tea I've had was in N. Calif (a very expensive area). It cost the same as Amelia's but had great decor, ambiance, atmosphere, variety, originality, and flavor--all of which this place lacked.