In a city known for its dim sum, it’s easy to forget just how well HK can do afternoon tea. There aren’t many things more indulgent and delicately decadent. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, entertaining visitors or just treating yourself, we’ve got a few suggestions sure to blow you away.
Café Gray Deluxe
With beautiful views of Victoria Harbour and impeccable service, Café Gray will have you feeling like royalty. Indulge in their delicate sandwiches and signature golden scones with house-made preserves and Devonshire clotted cream.
Café 103 – The Ritz-Carlton
Enjoy the pleasures of a traditional British style afternoon tea set in the highest building in Hong Kong. Taking high tea to the next level, quite literally. Leave your friends with vertigo at home.
The Lobby – The Peninsula
The quintessential afternoon tea, not to be missed! Perfect for a special occasion or impressing visitors in one of the most elegant meeting places in Hong Kong. We would recommend adding on a glass of bubbles for that extra special touch.
Lobby Lounge – InterContinental
Afternoon tea with a twist. Instead of your British classics, spoil yourself with an array of Italian patisseries… and whilst you’re there pop the Champers. Bellissimo!
The Clipper Lounge – Mandarin Oriental
A classic spread of finger sandwiches and scones with their homemade rose-petal jam. This is where the social elite come to meet.
Palm Court – The Langham
An authentic afternoon tea experience. Palm Court is a luxurious lounge which oozes sophistication. Famed as the birthplace of the traditional afternoon tea in their London flagship, they certainly know what they’re doing. Tea anyone?
One of our top picks when it comes to rooftop bars, with its stunning views of Statue Square and Victoria Harbour. Mix things up a little and experience Sevva in a more sophisticated manner and take in that glorious view before sun-down.
The Verandah – The Repulse Bay
Serving traditional Continental cuisine with a modern twist. Surrounded by beautiful gardens in a historic building overlooking the sea. Say no more… tea please!