From High-class hotels to cha chaan teng classics, there’s an afternoon tea for every occasion and budget.
Afternoon Tea at The Peninsula has become a Hong Kong institution, and a pleasant way to take in its gilded, columned lobby and glamourous clientele. The Peninsula is Hong Kong’s oldest hotel, serving guests in style since 1928. Grab a chair; lift a scone and Rolls Royce watch the hotel’s signature green fleet.
Address: The Peninsula, 19-21 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
One of Hong Kong’s most indulgent traditions, a decadent high tea in the romantic Clipper Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental is an experience you won’t forget. The traditional cream tea is enhanced with the hotel’s signature rose petal jam.
Address: Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road, Central
The hotel’s Above and Beyond, Chinese restaurant serves a modern afternoon tea with a wide range of Asia treats. Bold creations such as fried pears stuffed with barbecued goose and picked ginger, washed down with Jasmine tea hot chocolate are to be enjoyed.
Address: Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
With a gorgeous harbour view location and stunning high ceiling laced with florals, it is a beautiful setting for Afternoon Tea. Founder, Bonnae Gokson, simple approach to high quality food is evident in this elegant afternoon tea with highlights such as smoked salmon on toasted crumpets.
Address: Sevva, Prince’s Building, 25th Floor, 10 Chater Road, Central
Tea Saloon by AnotherFineDay
Hidden away just of the Mid-Level Escalator, the Tea Saloon by AnotherFineDay is decorated with Victorian Furnishing and Chinoiserie tea tins. Guests feel like they step back in time as they enjoy the vast selection of fine teas imported from all over the world.
Address: G/F 80-82 Peel Street, Mid Levels