Fancy a cup of tea? How about some dainty nibbles to go along with it? But do it in style, in luxury surroundings with string music, on outdoor terraces with dazzling skyline views, or in a casual setting by the sea with the kids. We’ve been sipping some of the finest teas and indulging in scones with clotted cream to bring you our take of the best afternoon tea offerings in the city. Some of these high teas do have a dress code, but there’s no need to break out the white gloves or fancy hats – unless you really want to.
To make it easier for you, we’ve listed these afternoon teas in descending price order.
Over $250 per person
Afternoon tea at The Butterfly Room is one of the newer tea experiences in Hong Kong, quickly becoming known as one of the nicest after it was introduced in 2019. Wonderful pastries and savoury bites by award-winning pastry chef Holger Deh are offered year round, served in an elegant setting adorned with butterfly-themed artwork by Damien Hirst. The menu is refreshed regularly, with highlights being the chic pastry and confectionery trolleys with several sweet temptations. Reservation opens on the 1st of the month and slots fill up quickly, so be sure to book ahead.
When: Daily from 11am to 10:30pm. Dining time limit for afternoon tea is two hours.
Cost: $1,098 for two; $1,298 with two additional glasses of Champagne Cold Brew Tea, $1,478 with two additional glasses of Champagne Perrier-Jouët (This pricing comes into effect September 1, 2022.)
Where: Rosewood Hong Kong Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 3891 8732 or [email protected]
Much like dim sum at Maxim’s City Hall, high tea at The Peninsula is a long standing Hong Kong tradition. Although it can be considered. th definition of Hong Kong afternoon tea, you don’t quite need to wear your Sunday best (dress code is smart casual), but the confines of The Lobby are truly elegant, with opulent ceilings and gilded columns surrounding you as The Lobby Strings play in the background. The food selection is classic British, with freshly-baked scones and Devonshire clotted cream, finger sandwiches, and assorted sweet and savoury pastries.
When: Daily from 2pm to 6pm
Cost: $468 for one, $828 for two; add $190 for a glass of Deutz Peninsula Brut Champagne (A minimum charge of $350 applies to each guest.)
Where: G/F, The Peninsula, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2696 6772 or [email protected]
A spacious, chic setting, comfortable seating and fine attention to detail make The Lounge’s afternoon tea one of our favourites, not to mention the traditional fare of cucumber sandwiches, scones with delicious homemade jams and an invigorating array of green, black, and herbal loose-leaf teas. They also offer a vegan afternoon tea featuring a seasonal array of delicate savouries and sweets, to enjoy in traditional style with a selection of fine teas Throw in a glass of champagne and we’ll be sitting here for hours.
When: 2:30pm to 4:15pm, 4:30pm to 6pm (Monday to Saturday); 3pm to 4:30pm, 4:30pm to 6pm (Sunday & PH)
Cost: $485 for one, $778 for two (Monday to Friday); $495 for one, $808 for two (Saturday, Sunday & PH)
Where: Lobby level, Four Seasons Hotel, 8 Finance Street, Central
The casual Lobby Lounge at the Marco Polo hotel in Harbour City is the setting for this afternoon tea, a good bet when you don’t want anything fussy and need to rest your feet after a mad shopping run. They are currently serving a ‘Taste of Japan Afternoon Tea’ menu with floral teas or freshly brewed coffee that feature savoury and sweet Japanese treats. Enjoy these petite delights on the three-tiered platter, perfect for Instagram and your stomach.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5:30pm
Cost: $448 for one; $568 for two
Where: Lobby level, No. 3 Canton Road, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2113 3919 or [email protected]
FINDS (Finland, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden) holds claim to being one of the first Nordic restaurants in the entire Pearl River Delta region, and they like to indulge in a bit of afternoon tea too. Here it’s with a Scandinavian twist, with the help of Isak, the Swedish homeware brand. The “Taste of Norse Mythology” afternoon tea set serves Executive Chef Jaakko Sorsa’s culinary creations on tableware from the ‘Midnattssol’ collection designed by Isak. Dill gravad lax salmon cracker, crab meat morel mushroom vol-au-vent with salmon roe, Swedish bacon potato ball, macarons, and other Nordic delights can be taken in an environment of sleek furniture and contemporary decor that our Northern friends are famous for.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5:30pm
Cost: $568 for two (Monday to Friday), $628 for two (Saturday, Sunday & PH)
Where: 1/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2522 9318 or [email protected]
For an excellent tea with a view in Kowloon, head to The Lounge & Bar on the 102nd floor of the Ritz-Carlton. Right now, the “Gusto d’Italia Afternoon Tea” is celebrating mouthwatering aperitivos like spinach focaccia with ricotta and Coppa ham, shrimp mini burgers, spicy tomato tartlets, and delectable confections lik lemon ricotta racke, pistachio panna cotta, and raspberry cannoli. They offer classic and raisin scones paired with strawberry jam and clotted cream.
When: 3pm to 6pm (Monday to Thursday); 2pm to 4pm, 4:30pm to 6:30pm (Friday to Sunday & PH)
Cost: $448 for one, $748 for two (Monday to Friday) and $478 for one, $798 for two (Saturday, Sunday & PH); add $120 for a seasonal cocktail
Where: 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West
Book: +852 2263 2270 or [email protected]
This is where you take your mum to impress her – unless she’s afraid of heights. If that’s the case, sit away from the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer stunning views from the 103rd floor. Mind you, you’ll both be focused on the exquisite treats in their “Qeelin Bobo Gastronomy Journey Afternoon Tea” in collaboration with the fine jewelry brand. You can enjoy a taste of beetroot in their tofu cream cheese tartlet and a hint of black tea in their chocolate verrine. Look out for their kid menus and other seasonal menus, too.
When: Daily from 3:15pm to 5:15pm
Cost: $448 for one, $748 for two (Monday to Friday) and $478 for one, $798 for two (Saturday, Sunday & PH); add $198 for a glass of Veuve Clicquot Brut, Yellow Label NV, Champagne
Where: 103/F, The Ritz-Carlton, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West
Living up to its name, indulge in savoury and sweet delights created by Hotel Icon’s pastry chef Danny Ho under one of the largest vertical gardens in Asia. The menu switches up every few months, with the ‘Fruitealicious 3-course High Tea’ currently in season. Be sure to go hungry because you will be delighted by starters such as Lobster Bisque and a choice between three main courses, including tenderloin, barramundi with blue mussels, and duck breast. And of course, a plethora of treats including scones and sweets. Have some cool, fruity mocktails or cocktails (supplement fees), or hot tea, with 12 kinds to choose from.
When: Daily from 3pm to 6pm
Cost: $398 for one; $698 for two. Add $108 for free-flow Saint Louis Blanc de Blancs Brut N.V.
Where: G/F, Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
A favourite with many a local, the Clipper Lounge and Café Causette at Mandarin Oriental deliver the same afternoon tea menu. Go to the Clipper Lounge for a more cool, lounge experience, and Causette for a brighter setting. Right now they are serving the Spring Afternoon Tea, a beautiful high tea experience complete with their famous rose petal jam. Spread it on soft plain or raisin scones with the customary clotted cream, and then move on to the many little sandwiches and cakes offered. Highlights are the Vol-au-vent, Mushroom, Truffle, Prawn Cocktail, Mango, Lettuce sandwich, and 1963 Mandarin cheesecake. Their seasonal themed teas are also a delight, celebrating Christmas, New Year’s, and Easter. You can also request alternative diet options (including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan) with a minimum of 72 hours’ notice.
When: Daily from 3pm to 6pm at Café Causette; 2:30pm to 5:30pm (Monday to Friday), 2pm to 3:45pm and 4pm to 5:30pm (Saturday and PH), 3:30pm to 5:30pm (Sunday) at Clipper Lounge
Cost: $388 for one, $776 for two (Monday to Friday); add $180 per person for a glass of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Brut 2013 or Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Brut Rosé 2013
Where: M/F, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Rd Central, Central
Book: +852 2825 4007 or [email protected]
Definitely one of the higher-priced ones, but ooh, is it decadent. Your sugar cravings will be fulfilled with delectable double chocolate-dipped strawberries with candy sprinkles and lollipop rainbow cake, while toasted crumpet with smoked salmon and chive cream cheese, or foie gras mousse and onion marmalade on a waffle with satisfy your savoury side. There are more delicacies to spoil you displayed on charming three-tiered stands, offered indoors in their stylish surroundings or on the rooftop deck for some fabulous views of the skyline.
When: 2:30pm to 5pm (Monday to Friday); 3pm to 5:30pm (Saturday); closed Sunday and PH (first-come-first-served basis)
Cost: $720 for two
Where: 25/F, Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central
Book: +852 2537 1388, [email protected], or book online
Tiffin is back with a new, sleek look and a re-designed afternoon tea, now served on bespoke plate ware inspired and named after Princess Diana. The elegant cups and saucers, with a pretty golden design, accompany a luxurious-looking three-tiered stand filled with sweet and savoury delicacies of the French variety (canelés, éclairs, sables, and verrines). Right now, the high tea set features seasonal fruits in their mango oolong tea tart and blueberry and violet flower profiterole. If a triple layer of treats isn’t enough for you, then you’ll love the fact that there are unlimited waffles, crepes, ice cream, and macarons at the dessert counter.
When: Daily from 3:15pm to 5pm
Cost: $368/person (Monday to Friday), $398/person (Saturday, Sunday & PH); add $70 for a glass of sparkling tea, or add $140 for a glass of Champagne
Where: Mezzanine Floor, Grand Hyatt, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai
Just when you think they couldn’t squeeze in another hotel in the city, The Murray – full name The Murray Hong Kong, A Niccolo Hotel – comes along, bringing a new afternoon tea on the scene too. The Murray’s Signature Afternoon Tea has the usual savoury and sweet light bites, including delectable nibbles such as spinach and brie quiche and smoked salmon buckwheat crêpe, and sweets such as Madagascan vanilla choux and pistachio raspberry tart. Featuring the hotel’s hand-picked selection of champagnes and wines, and a curated offering of speciality teas by Jing, sip and nibble away in the bright and modern Garden Lounge while checking out St John’s Cathedral and Central’s skyscrapers through the floor-to-ceiling windows. You can also bring your pooch in tow!
When: First session: 2:45pm to 4:15pm; second session: 4:30pm to 6pm
Cost: $728 for two including Illy coffee or Jing tea; add $148 for a glass of Mumm RSRV 4.5 Brut Champagne
Where: Garden Lounge, UG/F, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central
Book: +852 3141 8888 or [email protected]
The London location of The Langham is where it all started – it’s considered the birthplace of afternoon tea, celebrating the tradition since 1865. Palm Court carries on the custom in Hong Kong with their afternoon teas set to the accompaniment of a live harpist and pianist for a truly elegant and relaxing afternoon. There are a couple of tea sets being offered right now. The ‘Salvatore Ferragamo Storie Di Seta’ in collaboration with the Italian luxury perfume brand presents 8 dishes inspired by the new Storie di Seta fragrances. Try the pistachio-raspberry panna cotta or braised beef tea sandwich, paired with warm plain and raisin scones straight from the Palm Court bakery. For a little extra, upgrade to the deluxe tea set that comes with a glass of Saicho Sparkling tea or Taittinger Champagne. The set is available from 2 August to 31 September 2021.
When: 3pm to 5:30pm (Monday to Friday); 2:15pm to 4:15pm & 4:30pm to 6:30pm (Saturday, Saturday & PH)
Cost: $698 for two
Where: 8 Peking Road, The Langham, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2132 7898 or [email protected]
Step back into colonial-era Hong Kong with the afternoon tea setting at The Verandah, complete with ornate ceilings and bay windows that bring in lots of natural light. While the scones and sandwiches are average, the sea views are marvellous, and the Repulse Bay location makes it feel like you’re on a mini holiday. You can also enjoy some of the treats à la carte and instead try their Flavours of Summer Afternoon Tea, which includes six savouries and eight confections served with The Peninsula tea or coffee.
When: 3pm to 6pm (Wednesday to Saturday); 3:30 to 6pm (Sundays & PH); closed Mondays & Tuesdays
Cost: $348 for one, $648 for two (weekdays); add $20 on the weekends. Add $148 for two glasses of Chandon Garden Spritz or $308 for two glasses of Perrier Jouët Blason Rosé N.V.
Where: 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay
If you haven’t checked out The Upper House’s newest addition, afternoon tea is the perfect time to do so! Not only can you enjoy the incredible views from high above the city, Victoria Harbour scenery as the backdrop, you will also get to try out their great creations for ‘Matchali Afternoon Tea’. Infusing our favourite flavour into desserts and drinks is a sure way to win the hearts and stomachs of the people of Hong Kong.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5pm
Cost: $320 for one, $598 for two; add $78 for special cocktail
Where: 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
The lobby café at Kerry is partnering with Paul & Joe to offer “A Breezy Vacation” Afternoon Tea with Snow Crab Meat & Chrysanthemum Jelly and Rougié Foie Greas Brioche along with delightful sweets like Cherry & Pistachio Opera Cake and Vanilla & Olive Oil Cake. Freshen up between bites with their complementary Lime & Lemon Grass-infused Chamomile Tea (if you follow the steps!). Enjoy a Kerry twist on classic scones, plain or chrysanthemum and apricot, with a selection of French jams. And of course, free refills of tea and coffee for the two hours.
When: 2:30pm to 5:30pm (Monday to Friday); 1:30pm to 4pm, 4:15pm to 6pm (Saturday, Sunday & PH)
Cost: $638 for two (Monday to Friday); $668 for two (weekends & PH); add $188 for two glasses of Veuve Clicquot Champagne N.V.
Where: Level 1, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Rd, Hung Hom
Book: +852 2252 5237 or reserve online
Pretend you’re in another part of Asia for an afternoon with the French Vietnamese Afternoon Tea Set, offering an array of Vietnamese snacks. The set includes iced teas for a nice change, along with traditional hot cups, refreshing Vietnamese coffee creme brulee for dessert, or traditional raisin scones with clotted cream and rose jam. Enjoy it all on the hotel’s third floor mezzanine level, which happens to offer a peaceful view of the atrium’s greenery and water setting. Not quite Saigon, but with the taste of Vietnamese iced coffee on your lips (also offered) you can fake it.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5:30pm
Cost: $628 for two
Where: 3/F, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
If tea is in the name, you know it’s a safe bet, as is the fact that Joël Robuchon’s signature can be seen across Hong Kong on various dining establishments, including the three Michelin-starred L’Atelier. His Le Salon de Thé has everything you fancy when it comes to fine teas and French pastries, plus pillowy macarons. All three locations get pretty busy, especially on weekends and holidays, so best arrive nice and early.
When: Daily from 3pm to 6pm
Cost: $598 for two
Where: Shop 315, 316 & 334, 3/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Book: Landmark Atrium +852 2166 9088; ifc mall +852 2234 7422; Elements +852 2351 6678
Billed as Hong Kong’s only resort hotel, a visit to the Gold Coast Hotel nestled away in the New Territories is kind of like a mini-holiday for locals. Make it a relaxing escape with an afternoon treating yourself to yummy treats, tea and cocktails. The Gold Coast Prime Rib does some delightful afternoon tea sets, choosing in season fruits or kid friendly themes. Currently, they are offering the “Cool Breeze Summer Afternoon Tea”, with scrumptious goodies such as seared scallops with salmon roe tart and Serradura pudding with butterfly pea agar.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5pm
Cost: $588 for two, add $20 to upgrade to a “Summer Dream” mocktail
Where: Lobby level, 1 Castle Peak Road, Gold Coast
We like to pop in here for a laid back afternoon tea after a jaunt to the nearby flower market. It’s not one of the fancier ones, so no need to worry about the dress code, and the food selection is decent. Tea sets change with the season, often with an Asian twist or collaboration like “Brightening Summer Afternoon Tea” which is their latest summer collection, inspired by Elizabeth Arden. It offers exquisite sweet and savoury treats by using citrus-floral and Japanese ingredients, sure to remind you of spring romance. Patrons ordering an afternoon tea set for two are entitled to redeem two Elizabeth Arden Visible Brightening & Moisturizing Trial Kit Redemption Voucher (total value of $210).
When: Daily from 3pm to 5pm
Cost: $278 for one; $548 for two
Where: 3/F, Royal Plaza Hotel, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Kowloon
Book: +852 2622 6167 or [email protected]
The tea sets change monthly at COCO, a chic café and patisserie that doles out beautiful desserts, breads and a sinful signature hot chocolate. They don’t skimp when it comes to their themed afternoon tea, which highlights seasonal fruits and ingredients. Along with their themed teas, COCO offers classic afternoon teas which come served on a tiered stand resembling a Hermès handbag; add $70 for a delectable signature dessert and $280 for a bottle of Perrier Jouët Grand Brut NV Champagne. Top points for presentation and creativity, and with the rotating afternoon tea of the month, you get something unique with each visit.
When: 3pm to 6pm (Monday to Friday & Sunday), 3pm – 6pm (Saturday)
Cost: $268 for one, $568 for two; add $70 for your favourite dessert with a personalized message, add $280 for half a bottle of Perrier Jouët Grand Brut NV Champagne
Where: G/F, The Mira, 118-130 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2315 5566 or [email protected]
AMMO, an anagram for Asia, Modern, Museum, and Original, is one of the most eclectic places you’ll ever sip your tea in. Housed in a former 19th century explosives compound, its revamped interiors are truly stunning, with copper and industrial metal features, a nod to the site’s military past. AMMO has collaborated with ‘Mr. Men Little Miss’ MR. MEN STUDIO for the ‘Summer Meadow Afternoon Tea Set’. Indulge in an exquisite selection of gourmet savouries, plus pink and rose sweets and pastries featuring iconic characters from the brand with hot chocolate, then head home with a complimentary Mr. Men Little Miss personalized mug (for guests who make online bookings 4 days in advance).
When: Daily from 3pm to 5pm
Cost: $498 for two; add $68 to enjoy a “AMMO Garden” cocktail or mocktail
Where: Asia Society HK Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty
The Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui inside K11 has enticing staycation and afternoon tea packages on right now. Their tea set at the hotel café inspired by local dishes are being served on hand-painted porcelain by local ceramics factory Yuet Tung China Works. Try duck liver chocolate tart with goat cheese and pistachio as well as white camellia and velvet roulade from the “White Camellia Summer Afternoon Tea” available now.
When: 3pm to 5pm (Monday to Saturday) or 3:30pm to 5:30pm for the afternoon tea buffet (Sunday & PH)
Cost: $518 for two
Where: Cafe, Lobby level, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong TST, K11, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 3721 7700 or reserve online
Cucina’s ‘Taste of Italy Afternoon Tea Set’ is made with the rich decadent ingredients from Italy, so you’re in for a heavenly feast of petite sweet and savoury goodies. Chocolate Sphere with Pistachio Mousse will catch your eye on the tastefully presented wooden and slate tray, and the Mini Chicken Puff will serve as a good palate cleanser after you’ve had the Lemon Chocolate Lollipop, a sinfully good bite. And you have a choice of two glasses of drinks, which include Baileycious, Chococina and the always popular Aperol Spritz!
When: 3pm to 5:30pm (Monday to Friday); 3:30pm to 5:30pm (Saturday, Sunday & PH)
Cost: $508 for two
Where: Level 6, No. 3 Canton Road, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui
Book: +852 2113 0808 or [email protected]
Below $250 per person
Harbour Plaza is a haven of a hotel in North Point, serving a humble high tea at the cozy Point Lobby Lounge. Right now, the “Fancy for Cheese” afternoon tea set available until September 9, 2022 highlights mouthwatering cheese-inspired dishes like fresh fig mozzarella cheese salad tart, chocolate cheese cake, and cranberry garlic herb with pecan boursin cheese, served with unlimited coffee and a selection of fragrant roselle honey tea and sakura lychee tea. The afternoon is only available from 3pm to 5pm every day, so make sure to book ahead.
When: Daily from 3pm to 5pm
Where: 2/F, Harbour Plaza North Point, 665 King’s Rd, North Point
Not your average afternoon tea, as Mango Tree infuses Thai essence like lemongrass, coconut and unsurprisingly, mangoes, into their afternoon tea set for two. Now with three locations; Kowloon (Elements), Tai Koo, and Yuen Long, you have tons of options to satisfy your Thai tea cravings. They offer a mix of savoury seafood (pomelo salad with crab meat), meat (char-grilled beef satay and chicken in pandan leaves), with sweets like sago dumpling and sticky rice with mango. Refreshments include cocktails and alcohol-free versions with fresh watermelon, pineapple, or lychee juice, and soothing Thai teas. The tea sets regularly change for the three locations, so you can keep going back for something new.
When: Daily from 11am to 2:30pm (Kowloon); daily from 2:30pm to 5pm (Yuen Long and Tai Koo)
Cost: $398 for two (Kowloon); $268 for two (Yuen Long and Tai Koo)
Where: Shop 2032, Elements, 1 Austin Road West; Shop 1035, Level 1, YoHo Mall 1 (Yuen Long); Shop 314, 3/F, Cityplaza (Tai Koo)
The Envoy take tea seriously, using it in many of their wonderful cocktails, so it’s no surprise they would have a rich selection at tea time. Flavours like rose and French vanilla, blueberry and pomegranate, and good old Earl Grey from the Dilmah range go nicely with items from their signature tea set. Spiced tuna with filo pastry, herbal tea devilled egg, and elderflower vegetable toast round off the savouries, and for sweets there are the Malaysian coconut mango macaroon, mini frangitarte, pandan chiffon roll, and mini raisin scones with jam and cream.
When: 3pm to 5:30pm (Monday to Friday), 4pm to 5:30pm (Saturday, Sunday & PH)
Where: 3/F, The Pottinger, 74 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Book: +852 2169 3311 or reserve online
An Nam has two locations, for those on either side of the water – each is handsomely decorated with chinoiserie elements, Vietnamese-style window lattices and dark wood furniture with turquoise accents. Add to this beautiful Indochine paintings by famous Vietnamese artist Bui Huu Hung, and Vietnamese silk lanterns, and you’ll be indulging in a most lovely tea. The price isn’t too shabby (although the Causeway Bay location charges a wee bit more) for a nice spread of authentic Vietnamese flavours such as shrimp rice paper rolls, deep fried spring rolls, and pork papaya salad. To sweeten things up, coffee panna cotta and coconut can be paired with a pick of two drinks, like a ‘Lychee Smash’ for something to cool down with or some Vietnamese drip coffee to perk up.
When: Monday to Friday, 3pm to 5:30pm (Causeway Bay); Monday to Friday, 3pm to 5pm (Kowloon Tong)
Cost: $368 for two (Causeway Bay); $288 for two (Kowloon Tong)
Where: 4/F, Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Avenue (Causeway Bay); Shop L1-20, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue (Kowloon Tong)
Bet you didn’t know about this little gem. Step away from the towering hotels in the city and head to the Tai O fishing village in Lantau for a secluded afternoon tea. The Tai O Heritage Hotel goes back to 1902, when it served as a police station to guard the shore. Enjoy a marvellous view of the South China Sea and the tranquil fishing village at the Tai O Lookout, the hotel’s glass-roofed restaurant, while sampling the house-made pork patty with salty fish burger, crispy chicken wings, and shrimp toast with salty egg yolk paste, plus panna cotta, the brownie, and churros with mountain begonia sauce inspired by their locally renowned signature Mountain Begonia cheesecake. And if you happen to be there on a weekend, you can taste these delicacies à la carte.
When: 2:30pm to 5:30pm (Saturday, Sunday, and PH)
Cost: $288 for two; $120 per set for Tai O Hotel 10th Anniversary Special Afternoon Tea Set
Where: Shek Tsai Po Street, Tai O, Lantau Island
Book: +852 2985 8383 or [email protected]
Please note that many of these venues update their afternoon tea offerings regularly to feature seasonal specials or special promotions in conjunction with other brands, so check their websites or give them a call to get the latest menu.
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