Went here on a Saturday afternoon and had tea for one. Called ahead to make reservations and I'm glad I did, because they were packed and had people waiting outside and were turning some away.
I ordered the "Not so wee tea" for just under $16. It came with 3 tea sandwiches (cucumber, egg, and something else), mini savory tart, mini savory scone with chicken apple salad filling, wedge of lemon pound cake, shortbread, mini fruit tart and a good sized scone with lemon curd, homemade preserve, and devonshire cream. I also had the house blend tea that comes with it (but you can choose any kind you want or coffee if you're not a tea drinker). I was so full, I had to take half of it home. I'm a good eater too, plus I'm pregnant so I was already eating for two. But it's alot of food and sooooo good. Definately worth the trip out to Oak Bay.
It's also alot more reasonably priced than all the other "tea houses" around. Empress is $55/pp, Murchies is $25, Butchart Gardens is $25 (plus admission), James Bay Tea Room is $18 and none of them even come close to the White Heather in both service and quality of food. My husband is a baker and I know when stuff is homemade or just store bought. This stuff is to die for, so fresh and good. I bought an extra scone to take home with all my other stuff and my husband commented on how great the scone tasted. Takes one to know one.