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High Tea Anyone?

Found this in a free Japanese magazine. Here's a list of places to go for high tea.

RAFFLES HOTEL - tel. 6412-1816
* High tea at Tiffin Room, 2 sittings: 1530/1630hrs (A: $39++, C: $25++)
* Afternoon tea at Bar & Billard Room, Mon-Sat 1530-1700hrs, Sun 1600-1730hrs (A: $33++)

THE FULLERTON HOTEL - tel. 6877-8129
*Afternoon tea at The Courtyard, 1430-1800hrs (A: $36++)

ST REGIS - tel. 6506-6866
* English afternoon tea at Les Saveurs, Sun 1500-1700hrs ($45++/50++ with 1 glass wine)

FOUR SEASONS HOTEL - tel. 6831-7671
* Afternoon tea at Bar and Alfresco, Mon-Sun 1400-1700hrs ($37++/$55++ with champaigne)

SHANGRI-LA HOTEL - tel. 6213-4486
* Afternoon tea at Rose Veranda, Mon-Sat 1200-1800hrs, Sat-Sun 1200-1500hrs & 1530-1800hrs (Weekdays A: $34++, C: $20++; Weekends A:$36++, C:$22++)

GRAND HYATT SINGAPORE - tel. 6732-1234
* Mezzatea at Mezza9, Sun 1200-1700 hrs (A:$35++, C:$22++)

ORCHARD HOTEL -tel. 6734-7766
* Afternoon tea at La Terrasee, 1400-1700hrs (Weekdays A:$28, C:$16; Weekends A:$33, C:$18.50)

TRADERS HOTEL - tel. 6831-4374
* Saturday Brunch at Cafebiz, Sat 1200-1600hrs (A:$35++, C:$18++)
* Gourmet Brunch at Cafebiz, Sun and PH 1200-1600hrs (A:$45++, C:$23++)

* Traditional tea set at Chihuly Lounge, Mon-Fri 1430-1700hrs ($36++)
* Honey & Spice Weekend Afternoon Tea at Chihuly Lounge, Sat-Sun 1430-1700hrs (A:$40++, C:$20++)

MANDARIN ORIENTAL - tel. 6885-3098
* Afternoon high tea at Axis Bar & Lounge, Mon-Fri 1500-1700hrs ($24++)
* Afternoon tea at Axis Bar & Lounge, Sat-Sun 1500-1700hrs ($24++)

CONRAD CENTENNIAL - tel. 6432-7483
* Daily afternoon tea at Lobby Lounge, Mon-Fri 1500-1800 ($22.80++)
* Weekend English afternoon tea at Lobby Lounge, Sat-Sun 1500-1800 ($26++)

INTERCONTINENTAL - tel. 6825-1046
* High tea at The Lounge, 1400-1700hrs ($35++)

AMARA HOTEL - tel. 6879-2607
* Lunch buffet at Element, Mon-Fri 1200-1430 (A:$38++, C:$22++)
* High tea at Element, Sat-Sun 1200-1700 (A:$29++, C:$19++)

So anyone willing to take me to high tea?


  1. I will date you for tea! when? I heard the 4 seasons one is really child friendly too!

  2. Oh really??!! It has been eons since I been to a high tea! But I think our girls will be sugar-high after the session from all the cakes and pastries.


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