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Four fab afternoon teas in HK

Hong Kong has an amazing array of afternoon tea options. They range from swish hotel buffets to cosy cafés. Some afternoon teas get creative and splice beauty and fashion with this classic culinary experience. Here are some of our favourites around town at the moment.


Glam Diptyque afternoon tea

HK$688 for two persons +10% service charge

The InterContinental Hong Kong has launched a Parisian-inspired afternoon tea. So fancy! This one, called the Diptyque Eau Capitale & Paris en Fleur Afternoon Tea Set, is in collaboration with Diptyque Paris and it celebrates the launch of the brand’s new fragrance, Eau Capitale. The afternoon tea is a combination of sweet and savoury treats inspired by Paris. And the collaboration works both ways; you’ll get a Diptyque sample as part of the deal, but if you’ve already purchased a fragrance, there’s a 20% discount when you present your sales receipt at the InterContinental’s Lobby Lounge.

Afternoon tea Hong Kong
The Diptyque Eau Capitale & Paris en Fleur Afternoon Tea Set at the InterContinental Hong Kong
The Diptyque Eau Capitale & Paris en Fleur Afternoon Tea Set is available January 6 – February 29, 2020
Monday-Friday: 2:30pm – 6:00pm; Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 1:30pm – 6:00pm

Intercontinental Hong Kong
18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong


Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Afternoon Tea at GREEN

HK$328 per person or HK$598 for two people +10% service charge

All the good dairy comes from Japan. And now, you can indulge in decadent dessert creations made with Hokkaido milk and cream right here in Hong Kong. Hotel ICON has launched an Afternoon Tea collaboration with the Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory. You’ll be treated to Hotel ICON’s Traditional Scones with Clotted Cream and Jam, plus a range of Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory sweet treats. These include Milk Cheesecake made with French cream cheese and Hokkaido milk, the Jersey Milk Roll made with Hokkaido Jersey milk and mascarpone cheese, Japanese Rice Pudding with Tropical Mango. 

Afternoon Tea Hong Kong
Enjoy all the delicious dairy treats from Japan at Hotel ICON
The Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Afternoon Tea at GREEN is available 2 January – 29 February, 2020
First Seating: 3:00pm – 5:00pm | Second Seating: 5:00pm – 7:00pm

GREEN, G/F, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon
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Superfood Afternoon Tea at W Hotel

HK$488 + 10% service charge for two

If you’re resolved to eat better in 2020, try this super-food filled afternoon tea set at W Hotel. Executive pastry chef Baptiste Villefranque has created super-food packed desserts that you can indulge in guilt-free. Ah-mazing! You’ll be treated to small bites filled with chia seeds, coconut, raspberry, avocados, oats, goji berries, creamy Greek yogurt, Manuka honey and more. Yum! On the savoury side, there’s nutrient-dense seafood as well. The Seared tuna rolled in crushed chickpeas with grilled broccoli tapenade and crispy kale sounds delicious.

W Hotel offers an Afternoon Tea packed with Superfoods
The Fuel Your Body and Mind Afternoon Tea at WOOBAR at W Hotel is available until 31 March, 2020
Monday – Friday (except public holidays) 3:00pm – 5:30pm

W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong
For enquiries or reservations3717 2889 /   | Woo Bar at W Hong Kong


St. Regis Hong Kong

HK$388 per person, and HK$688 for two persons

Afternoon Tea is one of the signature rituals at St. Regis hotels. Here in Hong Kong, experience an Afternoon Tea inspired by dim-sum trolley in a three-sequence serving. You’ll enjoy savoury treats, followed by homemade scones with a wide selection of bespoke jams by Andrésy Confiture. The experience finishes with sweet treats.

Afternoon Tea Hong Kong
Enjoy Afternoon Tea at the St. Regis Hong Kong
Afternoon Tea in The Drawing Room at St. Regis Hong Kong
Served daily from 2:30pm – 5:30pm

1 Harbour Dr, Wan Chai
St. Regis Hong Kong


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