What do you think about Top Afternoon High Tea Spots In Singapore?

Main Image: Goodwood Park Hotel L'Espresso

If you did not get an invite to the Royal Wedding, fret not. You can still live the life of the royals. And what could be more classically English than an afternoon high-tea.

Scones served with clotted cream and jam, pastries, bite-sized tarts and finger sandwiches, high-tea offerings are exquisite and delicate. You do not need to fly to London to get a taste of royal life. Singapore has a handful of lovely high-tea experiences too.

 

The Rose Veranda Shangri-La Singapore

Elegant Afternoons over High Tea. The Rose Veranda serves a high-tea buffet that features a selection of classic European afternoon tea highlights, complemented by signature offerings, such as sushi, sashimi, handcrafted pastries and desserts. The Rose Veranda has been an institution for high-tea buffets since 1991. Prices:  Monday to Friday SGD 56++ per adult SGD 28++ per child (6 to 11 years old) 11.30am - 5pm Saturday to Sunday SGD 65++ per adult SGD 33++ per child (6 to 11 years old) 1st seating: 11.30pm - 2pm 2nd seating: 3pm - 5.30pm  View our High-Tea Buffet pricing here.

 

Crossroads Bar at Swissôtel Merchant Court

Newly refurbished Crossroads Bar at Swissôtel Merchant Court is known as much for its high tea as its cocktail menu. Paying homage to local flavours, expect an array of Nyonya savouries such as otak otak on toast and sambal ayam panggang sandwiches. If you prefer something more traditional, a classic English afternoon tea is also on offer which has the Queen’s favourite scones with clotted cream and jam. High tea is available daily from 3-5:30pm.

 

Brasserie Les Saveurs at St.Regis Singapore

Indulge yourself in an enchanting afternoon elevated with French sophistication. The Caroline Astor Afternoon Tea at Brasserie Les Saveurs offers TWG exclusive tea blends as well as custom-blended coffees by St.Regis. An Instagrammable three-tiered silver stand showcases creations like Smoked Salmon and Egg and Mayonnaise sandwiches, heartier nosh like Duck Foie Gras 'Profiteroles' Prawn, Lobster and Tarragon Cup Pie. For the sweet tooth, there are sweet delights like Crème Caramel with Orange Compote, decadent Raspberry Tart and Classic Mocha Éclairs. A live waffle and crepe station is also available if you want the chef to whip up something for you on the spot.

 

L'Espresso at Goodwood Park Hotel

Established as a choice destination for English Afternoon Tea in Singapore, L’Espresso is a cosy café by day and a chic lounge by night, complete with a breezy poolside terrace area. This spacious and breezy terrace has also become an ideal location for wedding solemnizations. Since the 1970s, the English Afternoon Tea has earned a reputation for L’Espresso as the “place for elegant teatime pursuits”. The buffet spread is a dazzling assortment of dainty sandwiches, salads, savouries, pastries, desserts, chocolate fountain and of course, traditional English scones. Guests can also enjoy delightful set lunch and dinner menus, as well as gourmet dim sum and sensational cocktails in the evenings.

 

The Landing Point at Fullerton Bay Hotel

Waterfront dining taken to the next level, The Landing Point offers sweeping views of the city’s business district skyline. Take a seat by the floor-to-ceiling windows and choose from their extensive tea/coffee menu for a blend of your choice. Unlimited servings of the day’s eight savoury and eight sweet offerings are included in the high-tea. Great for catching up with friends over some delicious bites.

 

Lounge @ Hotel Jen

Lounge at Jen offers a high-tea buffet to rest your feet after a day of shopping on Orchard Road. Served between 3-5 pm on weekends, the spread includes scones, Danish pastries and delectable cakes. Sip on your choice of tea or coffee from their premium selections as you reflect on the day. A great spot for people-watching too!   

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John
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2 February 2019
The Rose Veranda at Shangri La Singapore has got to one of the better high teas and value for money 2.5 hours I have experienced in Singapore. the buffet is extensive and you can be served the traditional Scones, Jam and cream free-flow. The tea selection is what sets this afternoon tea experience apart from the others around town. There is also sushi , pork belly, a herbal chicken broth, plenty of fresh artisan breads, cold cuts, and excellent hot dishes. This is almost a lunch experience and for the price we are talking real value for money in a beautiful 5-star setting. You will also here the tones of the live piano performance from the foyer below. This is a must visit.

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Richard
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25 May 2018
These are some fantastic High Tea places to experience, but can be a little on the expensive side.

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