Tea, anyone? Welcome to our list of recommendations for the top afternoon tea experiences in Hong Kong. There are plenty of traditional afternoon teas, fusion sets, and special collaborations to choose from to keep us busy come teatime.

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The best afternoon teas in Hong Kong 2024: spring edition

The Peninsula Boutique & Café’s Afternoon Indulgence: Season of Blossoms

The Peninsula Boutiique & Cafe Season of Blossoms Afternoon Tea

This spring-is-in-the-air afternoon tea complete with floral-arrangement workshop at The Peninsula Boutique & Café is only on for a few weekends, so act fast! In addition to enjoying the elegant café’s signature Afternoon Indulgence teatime experience with its array of scrumptious sweet and savoury treats – from mushroom and thyme quiche to raspberry mousse with jelly, plus scones, macarons, and soft serve – you’ll be able to create your very own arrangement of beautiful seasonal blooms under the guidance of expert florists.  

The Afternoon Indulgence: Season of Blossoms edition is priced at HKD1,288 for two.

The Peninsula Boutique & Café, Shop BL1, B/F, The Peninsula Arcade, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2696 6972, book here

Available on Apr. 12–13, 26–27 from 2:15–4:15PM, 4:30–6:30PM


The Luxe Manor’s Dreamland Forest Afternoon Tea

The Luxe Manor Dreamland Forest Afternoon Tea

Head over to Tsim Sha before mid-May to check out this afternoon tea experience at Nordic restaurant FINDS at The Luxe Manor in partnership with CHU Aromatherapy from Taiwan. Incorporating CHU’s key scents of bergamot, neroli, honey, coconut, lavender, and camomile, highlights of this fragrant afternoon tea include North Sea brown crab claw with camomile cocktail sauce and scallop and cucumber tartare with bergamot juice on the savoury side and sweets of floating island with lavender-vanilla sauce and the tropical piña colada panna cotta with its coconutty undertones.

The Dreamland Forest Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD338 for one and HKD588 for two on weekdays and HKD368 for one and HKD638 for two on weekends and public holidays. Diners will be given a card to bring home the arboreal aromas with a complimentary bottle of CHU’s Cedarwood Palmarosa Vodka Aroma Pillow Mist (50ml) at selected Monoyono shops or the brand’s online store, as well as being offered a 20% discount on all purchases, while supplies last.

FINDS, 1/F, The Luxe Manor, 39 Kimberley Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2522 9318, book here

Available from Mar. 1–May 13, weekdays from 3–5:30PM and weekends from 3:30–5:30PM


Pane e Latte Afternoon Tea

Pane e Latte Afternoon Tea

This is the first afternoon tea offering for this charming Italian seaside bakery and café in Stanley, inspired by the Italian tradition of merenda – the simple pleasure of an afternoon tea break. As expected, there’s an Italian slant to Pane e Latte’s tea set, featuring Italiano goodies like margherita and prosciutto pizzas and napoleon gianduja, all made in-house. Advance reservations are a must! 

Pane e Latte, G/F, U-C Court, 25 Stanley Market Road, Stanley, 2337 7221, book here

Pane e Latte’s afternoon tea is priced at HKD198 per person.

Available until further notice, daily from 3–5:30PM


W’s Spring Serenade Afternoon Tea

W HK Spring Serenade Afternoon Tea

Over at W Hong Kong, WOOBAR’s afternoon tea set this spring is as chic as usual, this time with blooming flowers and floral aromas in mind. Both the savoury and sweet items are infused with different speciality teas by TWG, complemented by fresh and fruity ingredients. For instance, the dashi crab salad Swiss roll with orange aioli is infused with 1837 Green Tea, whilst the lemon verbena confit key lime tartlet is flavoured with TWG’s Love Me Tea. Also included in each set for two are 10 grams of caviar with classic condiments and two Perrier-Jouët champagne cocktails.

The Spring Serenade Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD828 for two.

WOOBAR, 6/F, W Hong Kong, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon Station, Kowloon, 3717 2889, book here

Available from Mar. 1–May 31, daily from 3–6PM


Kerry’s Spring Garden Chocolate Afternoon Tea

Kerry Hotel Spring Garden Chocolate Afternoon Tea

There’s chocolate in the air with Kerry Hotel’s afternoon tea partnership with Valrhona, with executive chef Michael Clinton incorporating all the goodness of the French chocolatier’s richly flavoured creations alongside the finest seasonal ingredients. We look forward to trying the chocolatey foie gras rocher, dark chocolate sobacha roll, milk chocolate and yuzu cake, and white chocolate blueberry finger, amongst others. A special concoction called Blissful Strawberry Chocolate is yours for the drinking.

The Spring Garden Chocolate Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD638 for two on weekdays and HKD668 for two on weekends and public holidays. For every dine-in afternoon tea set for two, two mini Valrhona chocolate bars will be presented, while supplies last.

Lobby Lounge, 1/F, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom, 2252 5237, book here 

Available from Mar. 1–May 31, weekdays from 2:30–5:30PM and weekends and public holidays from 1:30–6PM 


Hyatt Centric’s The Farmhouse x Farmacy Beauty Afternoon Tea

Hyatt Centric The Farmhouse x Farmacy Beauty Afternoon Tea

The Farmhouse’s latest collab is inspired by Farmacy Beauty’s honey-centric natural skincare products, incorporating key ingredients like honey, camomile, and fig into the sweet and savoury items, which range from Brie croissant with truffle spread and fresh figs and Parma ham crostini with fig chutney and whipped burrata to honey-mint sphere with honey mousse and puff pastry and fig and honey scones. As usual, the restaurant’s live stations are also showcasing exclusive all-you-can-eat delights – this time around, it’s made-to-order honey waffles with camomile whipped cream and unlimited ice cream.

The Farmhouse x Farmacy Beauty Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD688 for two and comes with two complimentary Bee Your Skin! Basic Honey Program kits (worth HKD300 each) and 15% discount coupons from Farmacy Beauty.

The Farmhouse, 2/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, 3896 9896, book here for a 20% discount

Available from May 11–Jul. 1, weekends and public holidays from 3:30–5PM


Sheraton’s The Sparkling Aura Afternoon Tea 

Sheraton HK Sparkling Aura Afternoon Tea

This time at the Sheraton’s Sky Lounge, it’s Swiss beauty brand GLYCEL that’s the inspiration for chef de cuisine Oscar Chow and pastry chef Sam Chan’s sweet and savoury creations, whipped up in GLYCEL’s eye-catching red and white colour scheme. The sweets are the real showstoppers – notably, the GLYCEL sphere (raspberry mousse and raspberry confit in pastry) – but we’re also tempted by the fried Emmental, that iconic Swiss cheese.

The Sparkling Aura Afternoon Tea has a price tag of HKD338 for one and HKD676 for two. A premium GLYCEL gift set (valued at a whopping HKD2,462) will be given to each patron on a first come, first served basis.

Sky Lounge, 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2369 1111, book here for 25% savings 

Available from Mar. 18–Jun. 30, daily from 2:30–6PM


The Verandah’s Floral Bliss Afternoon Tea

The Verandah Floral Bliss Afternoon Tea

It doesn’t get more Instagrammable than The Verandah’s tiered tower of treats adorned with edible blooms and accompanied by delicate bone-china teaware from Roy Kirkham’s “Palace Garden” collection. The indulgent teatime line-up includes the likes of Boston lobster seaweed tart with fennel and Kristal caviar, duck foie gras terrine with fig jam and toasted brioche, raspberry mousse pavlova with Chantilly cream, mango and coconut panna cotta, and matcha and mascarpone cheesecake. And just take a gander at that serene view of Repulse Bay…

The Floral Bliss Afternoon Tea costs HKD348 for one and HKD648 for two on weekdays and HKD368 for one and HKD688 for two on weekends and public holidays.

The Verandah, G/F, The Repulse Bay, 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay, 2292 2822, book here

Available from Mar. 20–May 30, Wednesday–Sunday from 3:30–5:30PM


EAST’s Conspiracy Chocolate Afternoon Tea

EAST HK Conspiracy Chocolate Afternoon Tea

Another afternoon tea with chocoholics in mind, boutique hotel EAST has teamed up with home-grown bean-to-bar chocolate-maker Conspiracy Chocolate to host this chocolate-themed afternoon tea at FEAST. The teatime menu features sweets and savouries infused with Conspiracy Chocolate’s handcrafted choccy, including the delightful chocolate macaron and whisky-infused chocolate tart.

The Conspiracy Chocolate Afternoon Tea has a price tag of HKD498 for two.

FEAST, 1/F, EAST Hong Kong, 29 Taikoo Shing Road, Taikoo Shing, 3968 3777, book here

Available from Mar. 30–Aug. 31, weekends from 3:30–5:30PM


SAVVY’s Collagen Elixir Afternoon Tea

SAVVY Collagen Elixir Afternoon Tea

A partnership with popular skincare brand Dermalogica, make your way over to SAVVY at Harbour City for an array of limited-time teatime treats made with nourishing, collagen-rich ingredients. We like the sounds of the yuzu meringue tart and jasmine-mango cake roll on the sweet side and, on the savoury front, the shrimp dumpling and grilled scallop with mango dressing for their fresh, Asian-inspired flavours.

The Collagen Elixir Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD284 for one and HKD568 for two. Guests who order the tea set can each enjoy a complimentary Dermalogica skincare gift set (valued at HKD394), while supplies last.

SAVVY, Shop 3209A, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2113 6188, book here

Available from Apr. 1–May 31, daily from 3–6PM 


The Hari x Paul Lafayet Afternoon Tea

The Hari x Paul Lafayet Afternoon Tea

This new collaboration at The Hari sees the boutique hotel teaming up with renowned patisserie Paul Lafayet to present a lavish assortment of their signature French-themed sweets, including the bakery’s original and butterfly-pea flower scones, crème brûlée, and macarons in mango, raspberry, hazelnut, and vanilla flavours. The savoury selection includes the likes of truffled egg salad and cress finger sandwich, sausage roll, and snow-crab causa, a layered Peruvian potato dish.

The Hari x Paul Lafayet Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD768 for two, with free-flow Saicho sparkling tea, Scagliola Primo Bacio Moscato d’Asti, or Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut champagne available for an additional fee. All teatime diners will be gifted with The Hari x Paul Lafayet postcards to take home.

The Lounge, G/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, 2129 0388, book here

Available from Apr. 1–Jul. 31, daily from 3–5PM


The Upper House’s Salisterra x Hotel Café Royal Afternoon Tea

The Upper House Salisterra x Hotel Café Royal Afternoon Tea

The Upper House has partnered with London’s Hotel Café Royal to bring the quintessential British afternoon tea experience to its top-floor stunner Salisterra. Diners will be treated to the sweet and savoury creations of Hotel Café Royal’s esteemed executive pastry chef Loic Carbonnet, from a truffle gougère amuse-bouche and tea sandwiches to raspberry-elderflower sorbet, chocolate and praline eclair, and strawberries with vanilla cremeux and jam.

The Salisterra x Hotel Café Royal Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD380 for one and HKD680 for two on Monday–Thursday and HKD418 for one and HKD718 for two on Friday–Sunday and public holidays

Salisterra, 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 3968 1106, book here

Available Apr. 1–Jun. 30, daily from 3–5PM


The Park Lane’s Scented Niche x Ebb & Flow Afternoon Tea

The Park Lane Scented Niche x Ebb & Flow Afternoon Tea

Marrying the art of perfumery with gastronomy, this aromatic afternoon tea at The Park Lane sees the hotel’s lobby lounge teaming up with Scented Niche, Hong Kong’s home-grown perfume boutique placing the spotlight on artisanal perfumes from around the world. Distinctive scent notes like lemon, orange, rose, and vanilla are featured in bites including Madagascar vanilla cream choux and rose scone, alongside homemade scented tea.

The Scented Niche x Ebb & Flow Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD268 for one and HKD468 for two. Each teatime guest will receive a Scented Niche samples set, 5ml Carthusia Via Camerelle eau de parfum in a reusable Scented Niche atomiser, HKD50 Scented Niche coupon, exclusive tour at Scented Niche’s boutique at Fashion Walk, and two HKD100 Hang Lung conditional e-shopping coupons.

Ebb & Flow, G/F, The Park Lane Hong Kong, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, 2839 3377, book here

Available Apr. 27–Jun. 30, weekends and public holidays from 3–5:30PM


Conrad’s Secret of Sensory Gardens Afternoon Tea

Conrad Secret of Sensory Gardens Afternoon Tea

The floral, aromatic theme continues this spring at Conrad with the hotel’s collab with Tel Aviv beauty and home fragrance brand SABON. The menu, adopting a palette of orange and green as well as fragrant ingredients like rose and bergamot, includes elegant items such as smoked salmon heart with lemon jam and caviar, asparagus charlotte with celeriac and black truffle, Earl Grey chocolate mousse, rose and blackcurrant cake, and the refreshing Garden Royale tipple, made with alcohol-free Seedlip Spice, coconut water, rose syrup, tangerine juice, and lavender bitters.

The Secret of Sensory Gardens Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD358 for one and HKD688 for two on weekdays and HKD368 for one and HKD698 for two on weekends and public holidays. After indulging in the tea set, each guest can take home a gift pack that contains a HKD100 SABON shopping voucher and a pair of Green Breeze or Sunny Lush shower oil and body milk products, while stocks last.

Lobby Lounge, G/F, Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2822 8891, book here

Available Apr. 15–May 31, daily from 3–5:30PM


The Murray’s IPSA Flower Blossom Afternoon Tea

The Murray IPSA Flower Blossom Afternoon Tea

The Garden Lounge is the perfect location for this springtime afternoon tea at The Murray, a collaboration with Japanese beauty brand IPSA and a tribute to the hotel’s 17-metre-tall Old and Valuable Tree Cassia Javanica var. Indochinensis with its stunning pink blossoms. All the sweets and savouries display Japanese influences, from the Hokkaido wasabi crabmeat mini bun with tobiko and tamagoyaki with mozzarella mini sando and ikura to the mizu shingen mochi with sakura (aka raindrop cake) and amanatsu mikan white chocolate mousse with sable. A scoop of Murray-exclusive Venchi rose-raspberry gelato is also included.

The IPSA Flower Blossom Afternoon Tea has a price tag of HKD788 for two. Guests can receive an IPSA Double Collagen Bounce Recipe gift set (valued at HKD150), available on a first come, first served basis.

Garden Lounge, UG/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, 3141 8888, book here

Available Apr. 22–Jun. 30, daily from 2:45–6PM


CulinArt 1862’s Local Raw Honey Afternoon Tea

CulinArt 1862 Local Raw Honey Afternoon Tea

Chef Stanley Wong is sweetening the deal at his Causeway Bay modern European restaurant CulinArt 1862 with this partnership with local honey brand Hong Kong Raw Honey. The spread of 10 sweet and savoury offerings kicks off with freshly baked scones accompanied by three award-winning raw honeys (lychee, longan, and ivy tree). Additional honey-infused bites we look forward to sampling include the banana-honey chocolate tart and mango and honey cake. Two honey-flavoured drinks are included in the set, spotlighting the world’s first honey-infused gin.

The Local Raw Honey Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD498 for two.

CulinArt 1862, G/F & 1/F, Chinachem Leighton Plaza, 29 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, 2884 2603, book here

Available on an ongoing basis from May 11, weekends and public holidays from 3–5PM


ÉPURE’s The Blooms x Sulwhasoo Afternoon Tea

ÉPURE The Blooms x Sulwhasoo Afternoon Tea

The charming al-fresco garden at Michelin-starred ÉPURE is the setting for this limited-time afternoon tea in partnership with renowned Korean skincare brand Sulwhasoo, with the sweets and savouries infused with ginseng, Sulwhasoo’s hero ingredient. Headlining fusion bites include the ginseng and foie gras toast and croquant with ginseng and osmanthus.

The Blooms x Sulwhasoo Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD598 for two. Upgrade to The Royal x Sulwhasoo Afternoon Tea at HKD998 for two, to include two glasses of champagne and upgraded delicacies featuring lobster, black truffle, and more. The first 600 guests who enjoy this afternoon tea will receive a complimentary Sulwhasoo Signature Ginseng Trio Kit (valued at HKD395), along with a HKD100 Sulwhasoo cash voucher for any in-store purchase of the brand’s ginseng-line products.

ÉPURE, Shop 403, 4/F, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3185 8338, WhatsApp 5545 2133, book here

Available May 7–Jun. 9, daily from 2:30–6:30PM


HUE Dining’s Between Black and White at HUE Dining Afternoon Tea

HUE Dining Between Black and White Afternoon Tea

HUE Dining’s newly appointed executive chef Ramsey Wong has introduced this seasonal afternoon tea set inspired by the colours and textures found in the paintings of Wu Guanzhong, whose artwork is currently being exhibited at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, which houses the restaurant. We love the striking presentation of the tea set, as well as the creativity showcased. Highlights include the kataifi with bluefin tuna ceviche, pistachio, and paprika, tartlet with Wagyu beef tartare, caviar, and horseradish cream, Reminiscences of Jiangnan (lychee and tofu pudding atop black cocoa shortbread), and black sesame choux. To complement the bites, HUE offers over 10 artisanal fruit and herbal tea blends by local tea specialist TeaCha.

The Between Black and White at HUE Dining Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD680 for two.

HUE Dining, 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3500 5888, book here

Available May 25–Jul. 28, weekends from 3:30–5:30PM


The best afternoon teas in Hong Kong 2024: winter edition

Eaton’s The Great Cheese Feast 

The Astor The Great Cheese Feast

We’re big fans of Eaton HK’s weekend afternoon tea buffets at The Astor, and their latest cheese-themed spread – The Great Cheese Feast – is heaven for us cheese fiends. Taking centre stage is the signature cheese fondue, served with dippers like salami, ham, cherry tomatoes, gherkins, and pretzels. Then there’s the cheese-laden hot, cold, and grilled savoury dishes at the buffet, including chicken cordon bleu, Philly cheesesteak pizza, and burrito-style cheeseburger wrap. For the cheese purists out there, there’s a six-variety cheese selection (Brie, Danish Blue, Emmental, Cheddar, Gouda, Grano Padano, and Camembert), and then it’s globally inspired cheesecakes and cheese-infused treats for dessert, from green tea cheesecake and cheesy mochi balls to baked Oreo cheesecake and cream cheese parfait with mixed berries. The buffet is inclusive of two-hour free-flow special drinks of “four seasons” tea and virgin apple mojito.

The Great Cheese Feast is priced at HKD298 per person.

The Astor, B1/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan, 2710 1901,  book here

Available until further notice, weekends and public holidays from 3:15–5:15PM


The Upper House’s Shanghai Tang x Jacky Tsai Collection Afternoon Tea

The Upper House Shanghai Tang x Jacky Tsai CollectionAfternoon Tea

A celebration of the Year of the Dragon, Salisterra’s new afternoon tea takes its inspiration from the Shanghai Tang x Jacky Tsai Auspicious Dragon collection with a menu paying homage to Hong Kong’s beloved dim sum tradition, featuring rich colours with a dragon motif. On the savoury side, bites include fried taro dumpling with hoisin duck and abalone and chicken puff, whilst the likes of vanilla-kumquat mousse and sesame-chocolate ganache delight on the sweet front. 

The Shanghai Tang x Jacky Tsai Collection Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD680 for two on Monday–Thursday and HKD718 for two on Friday–Sunday and public holidays. If you enjoy the tea set (and the views) at Salisterra before Chinese New Year, you’ll be gifted with Shanghai Tang x The Upper House red packets. Those visiting after CNY will take home a mini-candle in Shanghai Tang’s signature Ginger Flower scent. 

Salisterra, 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 3968 1106, book here

Available until Mar. 31, daily from 3–5PM


The Ritz-Carlton’s Vivienne Westwood Blooming Elegance Afternoon Tea

The Ritz-Carlton HK Vivienne Westwood Blooming Elegance Afternoon Tea

Iconic British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood is the star of this afternoon tea set at The Ritz-Carlton’s Café 103 on the 103rd floor of the luxury hotel. With a nod to the fashionista’s Spring/Summer 2024 collection, the set is designed with the vibrant painterly floral patterns synonymous with the collection in mind. Ocean prawn in chrysanthemum jelly dome with mini cake, beef pastrami with horseradish tartlet and raspberry cream, pandan and coconut verrine, white chocolate mousse with strawberry sakura, and pistachio macaron are just some of the East-meets-West highlights.

The Vivienne Westwood Blooming Elegance Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD518 for one and HKD818 for two on weekdays and HKD548 for one and HKD868 for two on weekends and public holidays. Diners will receive one-on-one styling services at Vivienne Westwood boutiques, as well as 20% savings on selected clothing and handbags and 10% off regularly priced jewellery, watches, sunglasses, Japanese-edition items, and crossover and limited-edition products.

Café 103, 103/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, 2263 2270, book here 

Available until Mar. 31, daily from 3:15–5:15PM


Sheraton’s The “Purrfect” Afternoon Tea with LeonLollipop

Sheraton HK x LeonLollipop The “Purrfect” Afternoon Tea

Sky Lounge at Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers plays host to this dual-holiday afternoon tea in collaboration with local artist LeonLollipop. The artist’s Gloomie Cat (and part alpaca!) is the cute mascot of the set. For both Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day, savoury local bites include BBQ pork tart, crispy shrimp spring roll, and satay beef bun. For each respective holiday, the sweets will be given a makeover. Welcoming the Year of the Dragon with an auspicious touch, there are strikingly designed sweet treats like Clementine (Earl Grey tea and chocolate cream with orange compote) and Fortunate Red Dome (pistachio sponge with vanilla cream and strawberry confit). When V-Day rolls around, the sugar-coated attention turns to red- and pink-hued goodies such as raspberry-chocolate tart and lychee-raspberry-rose choux

The “Purrfect” Afternoon Tea with LeonLollipop has a price tag of HKD338 for one and HKD676 for two. Each guest is eligible for a complimentary Chinese New Year or Valentine’s Day special-edition LeonLollipop cosmetic bag to take home, while stocks last.

Sky Lounge, 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2369 1111, book here for 25% savings 

Available until Mar. 17, daily from 2:30–6PM. The Chinese New Year edition runs until Feb. 13, followed by the Valentine’s Day edition.


AMMO’s Blissful Nourishment Afternoon Tea with with Botanic Pretti5

AMMO x Botanic Pretti5 Blissful Nourishment Afternoon Tea
Photo credit: Instagram/@ammohk

A jewel box of a restaurant housed within Asia Society, AMMO is now offering this health-conscious afternoon tea set, partnering up with natural, TCM-inspired skincare brand Botanic Pretti5. There are four savouries and four sweets presented in the set, complemented by scones served with rose-raspberry jam and clotted cream. The smoked salmon mousse tart, konjac noodles with shrimp, matcha choux, grapefruit panna cotta, and raspberry cheesecake sound the most tempting of the light, fresh, and fruity treats on offer.

The Blissful Nourishment Afternoon Tea with Botanic Pretti5 is priced at HKD518 for two. Each set comes with a Botanic Pretti5 gift set worth HKD445, while supplies last.

AMMO, Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, 2537 9888, WhatsApp 5260 2192, book here

Available until Feb. 29, daily from 3–6PM


Cordis’ Chocolate Dreamscape Afternoon Tea with Valrhona

Alibi x Valrhona Chocolicious Dreamscape Afternoon Tea

Both the inventive sweets and savouries of this afternoon tea at Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social are a chocoholic’s dream come true – accented with fine Valrhona chocolate – from the smoked duck breast and foie gras parfait with morello cherry gel and cacao nibs and scallop tartare with pink peppercorn, lime zest, caviar, and white chocolate shavings to the 33% Opalys white chocolate, pistachio, and raspberry choux and 70% Guanaja dark chocolate and caramel tart.

The Chocolate Dreamscape Afternoon Tea with Valrhona is priced at HK398 for two. As a parting gift for at-home indulgence later on, each set includes two Valrhona dark chocolate square gift boxes, offered on a first come, first served basis.

Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social, 5/F, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mong Kok, 3552 3231, book here

Available until Feb. 29, daily from 3–5:30PM (15 sets each day)


The Murray’s Twinings British Sensation Afternoon Tea

The Murray Twinings British Sensation Afternoon Tea

The motherland of afternoon tea is the focus of this tea set at The Murray’s lush and tranquil Garden Lounge, launched in partnership with legendary British tea brand Twinings; the delicacies showcased are all infused with premium Twinings teas. There’s a truffle-mushroom Orangery of Lady Grey quiche, London Strand Earl Grey ganache chocolate cake, turkey and Cheddar sandwich with golden-tipped English breakfast tea jam, pure sencha tea cheesecake, and lots more tea-tastic goodies, all paired with a selection of teas from Twinings’ Platinum range.

The Twinings British Sensation Afternoon Tea has a price tag of HKD788 for two and comes with an exclusive Twinings souvenir for each guest, while stocks last.

Garden Lounge, UG/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, 3141 8888, book here

Available until Apr. 7, daily from 2:45–6PM


Hyatt Centric’s Teatime in the Orient

Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Teatime in the Orient

The Farmhouse with its laid-back vibe and great harbour views is the setting for this slap-up afternoon tea at Hyatt Centric, which arrives just in time for Chinese New Year, infusing teatime favourites with lucky Chinese culinary elements. In the tiered set, highlights include raisin-osmanthus scones, savouries like duck bao with orange-infused hoisin sauce and poached shrimp sandwich with salted egg mayo, and sweet treats including mandarin orange petite cake, tofu-mango verrine, and a decadent bottomless chocolate fountain paired with all-you-can-eat fruits, marshmallows, and freshly made egg waffles. As usual, The Farmhouse really gilds the lily with an additional spread of all-you-can-eat homemade ice cream, offering limited-time seasonal flavours like Hong Kong milk tea, pineapple and coconut, and purple sweet potato.

Teatime in the Orient is priced at HKD688 for two.

The Farmhouse, 2/F, West Tower, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong, 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, 3896 9896, book here for a 20% discount

Available until Feb. 25, weekends and public holidays from 3:30–5PM


Mandarin Oriental’s 60th-Anniversary Octopus Card Afternoon Tea

Mandarin Oriental 60th-Anniversary Octopus Card Afternoon Tea

Mandarin Oriental’s 60th-anniversary festivities are in full swing, this time with the debut of a special afternoon tea set at the historic hotel’s Clipper Lounge. The treats crafted by executive chef Robin Zavou and executive pastry chef Paul Chan include refined poached salmon and vitello tonnato finger sandwiches, winter-themed desserts like Tahitian vanilla and chestnut tartlet with apricot and white chocolate ganache and apple and caramel with almond joconde, and – the real headliner– a chocolate replica of Mandarin Oriental’s 60th-anniversary Octopus card.

The 60th-Anniversary Octopus Card Afternoon Tea costs HKD588 for one and HKD1,148 for two. Two limited-edition 60th-anniversary Octopus cards (each with a HKD60 credit) come with every set for two, subject to availability.

Clipper Lounge, M/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central, 2825 4007, book here

Available until Feb. 29, weekdays from 2:30–6PM, Saturdays from 2–6PM, and Sundays from 3:30–6PM


The Hari x The Baker & The Bottleman Afternoon Tea

The Hari x The Baker & The Bottleman Afternoon Tea

In this collab at The Hari hotel with Michelin-starred British chef Simon Rogan’s The Baker & The Bottleman, the comprehensive partnership sees sweet treats by TBTB (think carrot cake, chocolate cake, lemon and blueberry cake, scones, and more) paired with savoury bites (hello, black truffle and ham calzone) by the hotel’s culinary team. In addition to coffee and tea, the menu comes with detox water.

The Hari x The Baker & The Bottleman Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD768 for two.

The Lounge, G/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, 2129 0388, book here

Available until Mar. 31, daily from 3–5PM


AIRSIDE Cafe Afternoon Tea

AIRSIDE Cafe Afternoon Tea

Nestled within the atrium of the new AIRSIDE mall in Kai Tak, AIRSIDE Cafe has debuted a laid-back afternoon tea set showcased in a three-tiered rattan cake stand. The savoury selection stands out for its creativity, offering bites like chicken, zucchini, mascarpone, and truffle sandwich and crabmeat and sweetcorn tart. Freshly baked pastries by AIRSIDE Pâtisserie, such as scones with raspberry preserves and lemon cream, Tahitian vanilla canelé, and orange millefeuille tart, complete the tempting teatime line-up.

The AIRSIDE Cafe Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD348 for two.

AIRSIDE Cafe, Shop 322–323, 3/F, AIRSIDE, 2 Concorde Road, Kai Tak, 2117 1912, WhatsApp 6508 0299, book here

Available until further notice, weekdays from 3–5PM


ÉPURE’s The Blooms Afternoon Tea & The Royal Afternoon Tea

ÉPURE The Blooms Afternoon Tea

To coincide with its 10th anniversary remaining at the top of the French fine-dining scene in Hong Kong, Michelin-starred ÉPURE has given its al-fresco terrace a charming refresh, bursting with vibrant floral arrangements. The Blooms, as the lush terrace is now referred, is the location for a new afternoon tea set where exquisite French pastries and refined finger sandwiches compete for attention. For those seeking an elevated teatime experience, lobster roll, black truffle and Comté sandwich, and smoked salmon and potato crowned with caviar are included in the upgraded The Royal tea set, complemented by glasses of champers.

The Blooms Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD598 for two, whilst The Royal Afternoon Tea costs HKD998 for two.

ÉPURE, Shop 403, 4/F, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3185 8338, WhatsApp 5545 2133, book here

Available until further notice, daily from 3–5:30PM


Le Méridien x MALIN+GOETZ Sensory Blossom Afternoon Tea

Le Méridien x MALIN+GOETZ Sensory Blossom Afternoon Tea

Held at Le Méridien’s modern Japanese restaurant Umami, this new afternoon tea set is inspired by two of MALIN+GOETZ’s genderless scents, Bergamot and Strawberry, which bloom during the winter months. The sweets are crafted with a variety of Japanese fruits and other ingredients, from strawberry daifuku and strawberry millefeuille to matcha and red bean roll and Okinawa brown sugar pudding. The savouries also get a creative Japanese touch, including aburi ankimo with tofu salad, mentaiko tamagoyaki, and chicken-cartilage croquette with shiso.

The Le Méridien x MALIN+GOETZ Sensory Blossom Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD530 for two. Each guest will receive a complimentary MALIN+GOETZ gift set and a redemption card for 15% off purchases at MALIN+GOETZ stores or their online shop, while supplies last.

Umami, 1/F, Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Cyberport, 2980 7406, book here

Available from Feb. 1–Mar. 31, daily from 3–5PM


Hotel ICON’s Butterfly Dome Japanese Strawberry Afternoon Tea

HOTEL ICON Butterfly Dome Japanese Strawberry Afternoon Tea

Hotel ICON executive chef Danny Ho’s three-course afternoon tea sets at lobby lounge GREEN are always a delight, none more so than this latest offering showcasing five seasonal, hand-cultivated strawberries sourced from western Japan (Kumamoto, Nagasaki, Fukuoka, Saga, and Nara). Inside the captivating glass cloche (with sound effects!), a selection of strawberry-themed desserts are nestled within, including strawberry green tea tiramisu, strawberry panna cotta, and strawberry matcha roulade. In addition, there’s a selection of strawberry-infused starters and mains, strawberry hot chocolate with marshmallow, and unlimited servings of GODIVA strawberry and chocolate soft-serve ice cream wowsers!

The Butterfly Dome Japanese Strawberry Afternoon Tea is priced at HK388 for one and HKD698 for two on weekdays and HKD438 for one and HKD768 for two on Valentine’s Day, weekends, and public holidays (inclusive of a glass of sparkling wine per guest).

GREEN, Lobby, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, 3400 1300, book here (1-day advance booking required)

Available from Feb. 14.–Apr. 30, daily from 3–6PM


Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui’s Berries, Bubbles, & Rose Bliss Afternoon Tea

Hyatt Tsim Sha Tsui Berries, Bubbles, & Rose Bliss Aftermoon Tea

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Hyatt Regency Tsim Sha Tsui presents an afternoon tea set themed around the romantic, aromatic flavours and colours of berries, rose, and champagne. Highlights on the savoury side include almond and rose snow-crab sandwich, champagne foie gras panna cotta, and marinated duck breast with raspberry coulis, whilst raspberry champagne bavarois, chocolate and raspberry eclair, and rose and strawberry scones appeal to the sweet-toothed. 

The Berries, Bubbles, & Rose Bliss Afternoon Tea is priced at HK538 for two. You can make this tea set truly bubbly by upgrading to include two glasses of champagne (HKD108).

Cafe, Lobby, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, 3721 7700, book here

Available from Feb. 2.–Mar. 31, daily from 3–5PM

Stephanie Pliakas is the Digital Editor of Foodie. From Michelin-starred fine-dining to the local comfort-food eats dished out at cha chaan tengs, she has immersed herself in the 852’s ever-changing food scene since making Hong Kong her home more than a decade ago. When Stephanie is not devouring something delicious, she’s cooking and baking up a storm at home (whilst listening to true crime podcasts).

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