Tsui Wah has launched its Signature Afternoon Tea Set on weekdays for dine in and takeaways from 2.30 to 5.30 pm at the Clarke Quay outlet.
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he annual Sakura Afternoon Tea returns from 1 March to 2 May 2021 as Conrad Centennial Singapore welcomes the advent of Cherry Blossoms.
Janice Wong has launched her Strawberry Sakura High Tea at 2am:dessertbar for a limited time till 4 April 2021 amidst fresh Sakura flowers.
The first edition of the new high tea series at 2am:dessertbar pays homage to Versailles till 1 November with limited sets available.
In search of the best afternoon teas in Singapore, our editor Adrian sacrificed his tummy and a svelte figure. Adrian recommends a couple you should try.
Antoinette’s new outlet at Millenia Walk is offering a selection of takeaway sandwiches, catered for the rush hour office crowd in the CBD.
MO BAR at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore opened its doors in October 2018 after a massive transformation. We check out their Afternoon Tea and Cocktails.
A new Heritage High Tea is now available at the Marina Mandarin Singapore on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holiday at S$38++ per person.
Durian season is back and you can enjoy a selection of Durian desserts at Marriott Cafe’s Durian High Tea Buffet every day until 31 July 2018.
Morozoff confectionary and chocolatier has made a comeback after it exited Singapore market 14 years ago along with Daimaru department store in 2003
[Giveaway] The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore for its first Yayoi Kusama-inspired Afternoon Tea which is happening till 31 July 2017.
Get out on a Saturday and head over to Hilton Singapore’s D9 Cakery to enjoy the Hilton Endless Saturday High Tea because it is only S$41++.
Enjoy a suite of mango delights with Axis Bar and Lounge’s Mango Afternoon Tea set for the whole month of May. It starts from S$42++/pax to S$80++/2 pax.
Do your part this International Women’s Day at The Fullerton Hotel while enjoying their mimosa-inspired afternoon tea set, plush bear and art exhibition.
Wrap November’s last weekend up in style with VLV’s 1960s Shanghai party and Dim Sum buffet.
It is 7am. While many of us are just beginning the day, this marks the final hour of Lim Kee Food Manufacturing’s daily pau (steamed buns) production.