Hong Kong Afternoon Teas: Autumn 2022 Edition . Foodie’s round-up of the latest and greatest afternoon teas around town

Hong Kong Afternoon Teas: Autumn 2022 Edition

Foodie’s round-up of the latest and greatest afternoon teas around town

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 7 Oct '22


Header photo: SEVVA’s My Favourite Things Afternoon Tea


Hong Kong's love for afternoon tea is a proven fact, and our city’s teatime creativity is definitely one of the most elevated in the world. To up their game, many restaurants and hotels here have collaborated with lifestyle or food brands for crossovers and limited-time offerings.

Without further ado, here are our picks for the most noteworthy afternoon tea promotions around town:


ALVA HOTEL BY ROYAL (Nourishing Winter Blueberry Afternoon Tea by PitStop x Eurobeauté)

It’s all about blueberries with this seasonal afternoon tea set at ALVA HOTEL BY ROYAL, in partnership with local beauty brand Eurobeauté. The tea set features a selection of sweet and savoury delights infused with blueberry, from seafood spring roll with blueberry sauce, to blueberry cheese tart, to blueberry mousse with chocolate crisps. The scones are even blueberry flavoured! Also included are two glasses of a special pineapple drink in eye-catching sky blue.

Where: 1/F, ALVA HOTEL BY ROYAL, 1 Yuen Hong Street, Shatin, 3653 1168

When: ongoing from 26 October 2022

How much: HK$688 for 2; +HK$88/glass of Moët & Chandon

Bonus: each diner will receive Eurobeauté redemption cards for a Eurobeauté gift set, HK$200 cash coupon and OASIS facial treatment (valued at HK$2,458).

For reservations: WhatsApp 5237 7111


BIFTECK (Joie-de-Vivre Afternoon Tea)

Celebrating its first anniversary, French-Japanese steakhouse BIFTECK has just launched its first afternoon tea set! With a decidedly savoury approach to teatime, Executive Chef Ken Kwok showcases 10 tantalising tidbits – heavy on the umami – in a beautiful wooden box. Ikura and spot shrimp Otokomae tofu panna cotta, mini Wagyu taco, mentaiko and burrata shiso tempura, Japanese red crab croquette, hojicha and foie gras macaron and chestnut Sichuan tart are amongst the highlights. Chef Kwok’s scones come in the flavour of cheese and sakura shrimp, served with truffle cream.

Be sure to check out our rave review of BIFTECK’s new dinner tasting menu too.

Where: 23/F, QRE Plaza, 202 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, 2246 8805

When: 15 October–31 December 2022 (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only)

How much: HK$398 for 2

For reservations: book online


Cordis, Hong Kong (Fly to the Stars Champagne Afternoon Tea by Alibi x GUERLAIN)

With the festive season upon us, Cordis, Hong Kong has created a dazzling afternoon tea set at Alibi in collaboration with French beauty brand GUERLAIN, inspired by their limited-time Fly to the Stars holiday collection and, in particular, the brand’s emblematic figure – the bee – and flowers such as bergamot and rose. On the savoury side, for instance, there’s hand-dived scallop with bergamot gel and foie gras parfait with spiced orange-fig purée, while honey-yuzu-hazelnut dacquoise and lemon-vanilla-honeycomb trifle feature on the sweet side. Champagne is included!

Where: 5/F, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, 3552 3232

When: 1 November–31 December 2022

How much: HK$598 for 2 (includes 2 glasses Piper-Heidsieck Cuvée Brut NV )

Bonus: each guest will receive a redemption card for a complimentary GUERLAIN gift set (valued at HK$640), while supplies last.

For reservations: WhatsApp 9717 4727 or book online


Cova Ristorante & Caffe

Popular upscale Italian pastry shop and restaurant Cova has refreshed its afternoon tea set, served in an elegant box that resembles a treasure chest, to include the likes of brand-new bites such as A3 Wagyu toasted sandwich, Caesar salad with shrimp and foie gras mousse in mini waffle cone on the savoury side and, for the sweet-toothed, tiramisu cups, mini fruit tarts and profiteroles.

Where: click here for locations around town (with contact details)

When: ongoing

How much: $528 for 2


DALLOYAU’s Parisian Afternoon Tea

Take a trip to the City of Lights with historic Parisian patisserie DALLOYAU’s three tiers of sumptuous French delicacies. Handcrafted sweet and savoury teatime treats include red prawn, trout roe and green apple tart, foie gras mille-feuille, chicken à la king and leek tart, raspberry and chocolate crème shooter and kumquat and rum canelé.

Where:

Admiralty: Shop 325B, 3/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, 3185 8391

Central: Shop C, G/F, Entertainment Building, 30 Queen’s Road Central, 3185 8392

When: ongoing from 10 October 2022

How much: HK$268/person


District 8 x Aromatherapy Associates Afternoon Tea

In Tseung Kwan O, District 8’s relaxing harbour views are the perfect match for this seasonal afternoon tea set in partnership with London-based brand Aromatherapy Associates. The European comfort-food-inspired bites range from savouries such as toasties filled with caramelised onion, aged Parmesan and truffle and smoked salmon tarts topped with salmon roe, guacamole and cucumber to sweets including fresh raspberry and pistachio macarons and chocolate profiteroles made with 72% chocolate and hazelnut cream. A duo of freshly baked scones and mini croissants also features.

Where: Shop 10, G/F, Greenwich Village, Alto Residences, 29 Tong Yin Street, TKO, 3500 5860

When: 22 September–19 November 2022 (Thursday–Saturday only)

How much: $480 for 2 on Thursday–Friday; HK$520 for 2 on Saturday

Bonus: for further relaxation at home, every two guests will receive a bespoke Aromatherapy Associates gift set of bath and shower oils (valued at HK$280) to take away, while supplies last.

For reservations: book online


Grand Hyatt Hong Kong (Autumn Afternoon Tea by Tiffin)

Tiffin’s beloved afternoon tea set has been given a makeover for fall, placing the spotlight on autumnal ingredients such as dark chocolate, pear and almond. As always at Tiffin, the afternoon tea experience comes complete with live stations at the dessert counter (we’re fans of the waffles and crêpes Suzette) and unlimited homemade ice cream up for grabs at the adjacent ice-cream counter. Special seasonal flavours include sweetcorn, fior di latte, green tea red bean and raspberry fig sorbet.

Where: M/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2584 7722

When: 26 September–26 November 2022

How much: HK$368 for 1 on weekdays; HK$398 for 1 on weekends and public holidays

For reservations: book online


Hotel ICON (Elegance Trio by GREEN x GODIVA)

A perfect treat for the upcoming holiday season, the supremely festive Elegance Trio high tea at GREEN at Hotel ICON comes with so many delicious treats, you won’t even know where to begin! A partnership with beloved Belgian chocolatier GODIVA, the highlight has got to be the unlimited GODIVA soft serve, but there’s so much more in store. This three-course tea set crafted expertly by Executive Chef Danny Ho and team is more like dinner than traditional afternoon tea, arriving in three indulgent courses: oyster chowder with deep-fried oyster to start, a choice of main (our pick goes to the grass-fed beef tenderloin with truffle mash and French beans), ending with a stunning rotating three-tier vinyl turntable stacked with all sorts of decadent GODIVA chocolate goodies.

Where: Lobby, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, TST East, 3400 1000

When: from 1 November 2022

How much: HK$418 for 1 or HK$728 for 2 on weekdays; HK$448 for 1 or HK$758 for 2 on weekends and public holidays (inclusive of 1 glass of French sparkling wine per guest). This three-course high tea is also available for takeaway, priced at $688 for 2 (instead of the unlimited soft serve, it comes with 2 GODIVA ice-cream vouchers); the takeaway tea set can be purchased at the hotel’s E-Shop with at least 3 days’ advance notice.

For reservations: book online (1-day advance booking required)


Hotel ICON (All About Durian Southeast Asian Afternoon Tea by The Market)

If you’re a durian fan, take note. Get your fill of this pungent Southeast Asian fruit by partaking in The Market’s afternoon tea set that includes the likes of double-boiled coconut durian soup, durian pandan glutinous rice and unlimited serves of ice cream made with D197 Musang King and D24 durian. These durian delights are complemented by SE Asian savouries such as Thai fish cake with crabmeat and salmon roe, charcoal-grilled Malaysian otak-otak and fried soft-shell prawn with oatmeal.

Where: 2/F, Hotel ICON, 17 Science Museum Road, TST East, 3400 1388

When: ongoing

How much: HK$408 for 1 or HK$788 for 2

For reservations: book online


House of Orient (Classic Flavours and Touch of Surprise tea sets)

For afternoon tea with a local twist, House of Orient offers two experiences featuring traditional Cantonese bites matched with premium teas. The Classic Flavours set showcases beloved nostalgic sweets – white peony pastry filled with lotus-seed paste, red bean pudding, walnut pastry – alongside the eatery’s more modern sweet creations. On the savoury end of the spectrum, the Touch of Surprise tea set celebrates dim sum with a variety of classic steamed, fried and baked dim sum, buns and sweet bites. Highlights include House of Orient’s signature deep-fried stuffed crab shell with Chinese chive, seafood pie in Portuguese sauce and shredded turnip puff. The stunning antique tableware is also of note.

Where: 2/F, Entertainment Building, 30 Queen’s Road Central, Central, 2123 9263

When: ongoing

How much: Classic Flavours set – HK$168 for 1; Touch of Surprise set – HK$238 for 1 or HK$428 for 2

For reservations: book online


HUE x Aromatherapy Associates Afternoon Tea

Modern Australian restaurant HUE is making the most of its soothing harbour views to team up with London-based brand Aromatherapy Associates for the launch of this limited-time afternoon tea set focused on destressing through modern Aussie cuisine culture. Sweets and savouries take the form of crispy bacon croquette with yuzu mayo, crab beignet with bell pepper, pickled cucumber, tomato and fresh wasabi, dark chocolate profiterole with orange gel, lamington truffle with single-origin chocolate ganache and shredded coconut, mini rice pudding garnished with soft curd made with mixed cherries and berries and lots more.

Where: 1/F, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, TST, 3500 5888

When: 24 September–20 November 2022 (weekends and public holidays only)

How much: HK$680 for 2; +HK$55/mocktail or +HK$90/cocktail

Bonus: for further relaxation at home, every two guests will receive a bespoke Aromatherapy Associates gift set of bath and shower oils (valued at HK$400) to take away, while supplies last.

For reservations: book online


JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong (The Lounge x Chantecaille)

At JW Marriott, The Lounge is collaborating with French botanical skincare brand Chantecaille in honour of the company’s latest philanthropic cosmetics collection that supports the conservation of black jaguars
cougars. The afternoon tea sweets are themed with these incredible big cats in mind. For example, there are adorable black sesame madeleines shaped like cat’s paws and grapefruit fromage blanc cake decorated with jaguars and cougars. On the savoury side, seasonal seafood is the star, with morsels that include lobster salad with mango dressing, tiger prawn spring roll and seared scallop with lemon and cherry gel.

Where: Lobby, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 2810 8366

When: 3 October–30 November 2022

How much: HK$318 for 1 or HK$598 for 2 on weekdays; HK$358 for 1 or HK$648 for 2 on weekends and public holidays; +HK$120/glass of Moët & Chandon

Bonus: each guest can take home a Chantecaille gift set (valued at HK$705) featuring the brand’s bestsellers, plus a HK$100 gift voucher for use at Chantecaille shops and a treatment experience offer.

For reservations: book online


Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong (Fall for Hokkaido Afternoon Tea by Lobby Lounge x HABA)

This autumn, Kerry Hotel is joining forces with Japanese company HABA to present an afternoon tea set that’s a tribute to Hokkaido, the birthplace of the additive-free skincare brand. Executive Chef Michael Clinton and Executive Pastry Chef Jérôme Husson have curated a selection of luscious bites made with premium seasonal ingredients from Hokkaido and throughout Japan. Highlights include Hokkaido scallop with yuzu ceviche and caviar, chicken chawanmushi with matsutake mushroom and black truffle, mini Hokkaido pork belly don, matcha and fig tart, chestnut and blueberry Mont Blanc and a cake flavoured innovatively with chocolate and sobacha (buckwheat tea).

Where: 1/F, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, 2252 5237

When: 1 September–31 October 2022

How much: HK$638 for 2 on weekdays; HK$668 for 2 on weekends and public holidays; +HK$188/2 glasses of Veuve Clicquot Brut NV or 2 Lavender Fresh special drinks

Bonus: every afternoon tea set for two comes with two redemption cards and letters for a complimentary HABA gift set and treatment (valued at an incredible HK$2,285), while supplies last.

For reservations: book online


Kowloon Shangri-La (Silky Lustrous Afternoon Tea by Lobby Lounge x PAUL & JOE BEAUTE)

Over at Kowloon Shangri-La, the crossover is with make-up brand PAUL & JOE BEAUTE, a hybrid of French and Japanese beauty philosophies. Presented in a pretty floral birdcage, the set includes eight savouries and sweets, homemade orange and raisin scones and a seasonal fruit platter. The desserts are perfectly glazed to replicate the smooth and lustrous finishing of PAUL & JOE BEAUTE’s cream foundation, from the orange blossom citrus sphere to the elderflower and strawberry cake.

Where: Lobby, Kowloon Shangri-La, 64 Mody Road, TST East, 2733 8740

When: 1 September–31 October 2022

How much: HK$658 for 2

Bonus: for every afternoon tea set for two, two PAUL & JOE BEAUTE gift sets (valued at HK$430) will be gifted; these sets are packed with a 10ml moisturising foundation primer, a 5g cream foundation and a “bounce back” card for redemption of a lipstick and exclusive shopping privileges at the brand’s K11 Art Mall or Langham Place shops.

For reservations: book online


The Langham, Hong Kong (Girl of Now Lovely Afternoon Tea by Palm Court x Elie Saab)

In honour of Girl of Now Lovely, a new scent launched by Elie Saab, Chef Tin Lai at The Langham Hong Kong has created a gorgeous afternoon tea menu for elegant tea room Palm Court. We especially love the sounds (and looks) of She Is So Lovely (pandan panna cotta with rose cream) and She Is So Glamorous (pear and jasmine cream on butter sablé). Savoury items include a gazpacho with bocconcini, an orange-scented foie gras bonbon and a crab and basil tea sandwich.

Where: Lobby, The Langham, Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, TST, 2132 7898

When: 23 September–31 October 2022

How much: HK$398 for 1 or HK$698 for 2. The deluxe menu, which includes unlimited Saicho sparkling tea, is priced at HK$598 for 1 or HK$898 for 2. To add on a glass of Taittinger champagne, it’s HK$598 for 1 or HK$898 for 2.

Bonus: as a special treat for all the lovelies who have enjoyed this afternoon tea set for two, a 1.5ml Elie Saab Le Parfum in White and 75ml Girl of Now body lotion will be gifted to each pair, while supplies last.

For reservations: book online to enjoy a 15% discount


Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport (La Fête in New York Afternoon Tea by Southside Bistro x MALIN+GOETZ)

Running through Chinese New Year, Le Méridien’s afternoon tea collab at the hotel’s recently refurbished all-day eatery is with MALIN+GOETZ, with the set taking inspiration from the natural ingredients of the US cosmetics brand’s body and fragrance collections, which include dark rum, mojito and bergamot. The bergamot mousse cake and mojito mousseline cream cake have particularly taken our fancy in this French-meets-American partnership.

Where: 4/F, Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Cyberport, 2980 7417

When: 17 October 2022–31 January 2023

How much: HK$568 for 2; HK$100 for 2 glasses sparkling mojito

Bonus: every afternoon tea set comes with two complimentary MALIN+GOETZ gift sets (valued at HK$200), while supplies last.

For reservations: book online


Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong (Emporio Armani Afternoon Tea by Clipper Lounge)

Mandarin Oriental’s latest afternoon tea partnership at Clipper Lounge is with iconic fashion house Emporio Armani in honour of the Italian brand’s sustainable Fall/Winter 2022 Collection. Executive Pastry Chef Daniel Texter’s sweets and savouries include refined tea sandwiches, desserts of caramelised pear mousse, chesnut and vanilla religieuse and mandarin gel and white chocolate dome and the MO’s famous scones with clotted cream and rose-petal jam. Limited to 40 sets each day.

Where: M/F, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Central, 2825 4919

When: 1–31 October 2022

How much: HK$888 for 2; +HK$180/person for glass of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2013; +HK$220/person for glass of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2013

Bonus: every guest will receive four redemption letters to experience an all-round Armani experience including a one-on-one styling consultation, complimentary tote bag, skincare sample set and exclusive shopping privileges at designated Armani shops.

For reservations: book online


Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel (Multi-Scent-Sory Afternoon Tea by Cucina x CANVAS)

This “scent-sory” experience at Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel’s Cucina offers bites infused with and inspired by essential oils that are signature to the organic Australian CANVAS brand. Chef de Cuisine Andrea Delzanno has created a range of special afternoon tea delicacies such as Hokkaido scallop with apple, crabmeat and caviar that’s lightly sprayed with edible organic bergamot oil and sweets such as lavender panna cotta, madeleine with chamomile, lime basil strawberry mousse with rose foam and rose cheesecake.

Where: 6/F, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, TST, 2113 0808

When: 7 September–8 November 2022

How much: HK$548 for 2

Bonus: each set also includes a voucher for a complimentary Rose Otto pampering set (valued at HK$330) and shopping privileges from CANVAS.

For reservations: book online


Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel (Canton Afternoon Tea by Lobby Lounge)

Back by popular demand is Marco Polo’s Canton Afternoon Tea, which sounds like it would make for the perfect post-shopping pick-me-up. From savouries of mozzarella with tomato and pesto sandwich and salmon roe toasted brioche to sweets of NY cheesecake with blueberry and strawberry and pistachio panna cotta, this set includes a whopping 11 bite-sized goodies.

Where: Lobby, Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel, Harbour City, 3–27 Canton Road, TST, 2113 3919

When: from 20 September 2022

How much: HK$448 for 1 or $568 for 2

For reservations: email lobbylounge@marcopolohotels.com


Moxie

Chef Michael Smith of healthy, eco-conscious all-day diner Moxie has launched a laid-back daily afternoon tea set showcasing three savoury bites and three sweets, with seasonal ingredients at the forefront of each dish. The debut set this autumn features cheese and onion tart with pumpkin-seed soleslaw, panisse with fig, endive and celery and sesame (sustainably sourced) prawn toast with sweet chilli dressing. Sweets include a choice of two cakes or pastries from Moxie’s freshly baked daily selection, plus the classic teatime treat of scones with jam – this time, it’s Earl Grey scones with apricot jam. Vegan and gluten-free options are available upon request.

Where: Shop 203, 2/F, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central, 2718 8211

When: from 1 November 2022

How much: HK$358 for 2

For reservations: book online


The Murray, Hong Kong (Birds of a Feather Afternoon Tea by Popinjays)

Stylish rooftop restaurant Popinjays at The Murray is paying tribute to all birds of a feather with this colourful and plentiful buffet-style afternoon tea by Chef de Cuisine Lexine Hepworth. On the savoury side, the morsels include saffron shrimp, pâté en croûte, roast beef sandwich, smoked salmon on toasted rye, curried yoghurt chicken with crispy rice, Waldorf salad, gazpacho and quiche of the day. White chocolate and salted caramel cream cake, green tea chocolate terrine and lemon curd tart are amongst the luscious cakes on offer.

Where: 26/F, The Murray, Hong Kong, 22 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, 3141 8888

When: 17 October–15 December 2022

How much: HK$398/adult; HK$198/child aged 5–11

For reservations: book online


The Optimist (Spanish Afternoon Tea)

One of the most popular Spanish restaurants in town, The Optimist has launched its first afternoon tea set. This three-tiered tower created by Chef Victor Caballé contains some of our favourite sweet and savoury Spanish goodies such as pan con tomate with Ibérico ham, truffle and Ibérico ham croquettes, churros with chocolate sauce, crema catalana tartlets and Basque cheesecake. This is one of the only tea sets we’ve seen in Hong Kong offering more savoury than sweet bites for the afternoon. Refillable tea, coffee and juice come with the set or you can can opt for a tea-infused cocktail. We loved the clean-tasting camomile G&T sprayed with jasmine essence and the fun signature bubble teas in either matcha, rose or coffee flavour. If you want to go luxurious, a glass of Perrier-Jouët champagne can also be added on, and you can throw in six freshly shucked oysters too.

Where: G/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, 2433 3342

When: ongoing

How much: HK$198 for 1; +HK$88/tea-infused cocktail or glass of Perrier-Jouët; +$HK$240/6 oysters

For reservations: book online


The Pottinger Hong Kong (HUSO)

Newly opened French-Med restaurant HUSO at The Pottinger Hong Kong has launched an afternoon tea set that features 11 bite-sized treats alongside tea or coffee. On the savoury side, there’s gazpacho, salmon rillettes and hand-cut steak tartare, for example. Sweet offerings include macarons, mini cheesecake, chocolate slice and creamy tiramisu.

Where: Lobby, The Pottinger Hong Kong, 74 Queen’s Road Central, Central, 5801 1280

When: ongoing

How much: HK$528 for 2; optional 2 glasses Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée NV champagne + 10g French caviar for +HK$388

For reservations: book online


The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong (Uni Afternoon Tea by The Lounge & Bar)

Scones with a side of sea urchin? Check out this unique afternoon tea at The Ritz-Carlton if you’re feeling particularly decadent. Taking the spotlight is the tuna tartare with uni on blini and the uni with sake jelly, ricotta herb cheese and caviar tartlet. Notable sweets include uni cheesecake with tofu and lime and seaweed scones served with two types of Japanese sea urchin.

Where: 102/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, TST, 2263 2270

When: 12 September–27 November 2022

How much: HK$448 for 1 or HK$748 for 2 on weekdays; HK$478 for 1 or HK$798 on weekends and public holidays

For reservations: book online


SAVVY (Chocolley Afternoon Tea)

In addition to 11 types of sweets and savouries on a three-tiered stand – think foie gras mousse with feta, crispy prawn with potato floss, vanilla eclair with raspberry, hazelnut crispy chocolate bar and so much more – the star of SAVVY’s new afternoon tea set is the “Chocolley”, a trolley presented tableside. Laden with six types of homemade chocolate, from an innovative Indian spice and masala chocolate to the eye-catching Gummy Bear in Blue, guests can try a tasting of each choc-tastic creation.

Where: Shop GW 3209A, 3/F, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City, 3–37 Canton Road, TST, 2113 6188

When: from 15 September 2022

How much: HK$478 for 2 on weekdays; HK$498 for 2 on weekends and public holidays; +HK$98/glass of champagne

For reservations: book online


SEVVA (My Favourite Things Afternoon Tea)

True to its form of vibrant colours and whimsy, SEVVA’s My Favourite Things Afternoon Tea offers healthy nibbles of vegetable crudités balanced with sweet and savoury indulgences. This new afternoon tea features a variety of SEVVA classics such as netted vegetarian spring rolls, chicken rolled sandwiches, truffle angel-hair pasta with caviar and Wagyu sliders. On the sweet side, there’s bijoux caramel crunch cake and passion-fruit meringue. To take the experience to the next level, pair it with glasses of SEVVA Prestige Rosé NV, a vivacious yet light wine from France with airy notes of berries and tropical fruits.

Where: 25/F, Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central, 2537 1388

When: ongoing

How much: HK$1,280 for 2; for an additional HK$380 per person, diners can also enjoy 2 hours of free-flow SEVVA Prestige Rosé NV

For reservations: email reservations@sevva.hk


Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel (Venchi Chocolate Paradise Afternoon Tea)

Offered at the Lobby Lounge of Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, the Venchi Chocolate Paradise Afternoon Tea has an Italian twist, incorporating Venchi’s famed ingredients such as chocolate, Piedmont hazelnuts and pistachios from Bronte. The offerings include desserts made with matcha and pistachio mousse, orange panna cotta with Aperol spritz jelly, candied orange and 75% Venchi chocolate, as well as a tiramisu made with rich mascarpone and a slab of 60% Venchi chocolate. Savoury bites includes panzanella salad, burrata with roast mission fig, pistachio and mint and seared tuna with basil salsa and Piedmont hazelnut.

Where: Lobby, Sheraton Hong Kong Tung Chung Hotel, 9 Yi Tung Road, Tung Chung, Lantau Island, 2535 0023

When: 1 September–30 November 2022

How much: HK$348 for 2; 15% discount for online bookings

For reservations: book online


The St. Regis Hong Kong (The Drawing Room x The Macallan Afternoon Tea)

Tea and tipples is what’s in store at elegant The Drawing Room at The St. Regis with this indulgent collab with legendary single-malt Scotch whisky The Macallan. The Macallan Double Cask 12 Years Old has been incorporated into several of the set’s sweet and savoury bites – for example, it’s used in the marinade for the foie gras terrine and in the ganache for the whisky chocolate cake. The set also includes one cocktail – La Vie on Rose – mixed with The Macallan Double Cask 12 Years.

Where: 2/F, The St. Regis Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wanchai, 2138 6800

When: 1 November–11 December 2022

How much: HK$478 for 1 (includes 1 cocktail)

For reservations: book online


The Upper House (Salisterra x Ān Soy Afternoon Tea)

Executive Chef Cary Docherty and the Salisterra team at The Upper House have joined forces with Ān, an artisanal soy-based gourmet and lifestyle brand founded by Chef Vicky Lau. This one-of-a-kind afternoon tea featuring made-in-HK soy delicacies from Ān turns the spotlight on home-grown flavours and gives the humble soybean a gourmet makeover. The set includes a glass of Ān’s Nature Soy Milk or Black Sesame Soy Milk, along with delightful bites such as belly bao BLTs, 10-spice curried beef brisket puffs, scones with Salisterra’s subtly numbing Sichuan raspberry jam, mango and pomelo delights, milk tea custard bombolini and a “Bellini Surprise” peach soup infused with a secret ingredient that will tickle the taste buds.

Where: 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, 3968 1106

When: 1 September–13 November 2022

How much: HK$340 for 1 or HK$630 for 2

Bonus: diners will also receive a complimentary jar of Ān’s Soy Milk Tea Jam to take home (while supplies last), and for every Salisterra x Ān Soy set sold, 5% of proceeds will be donated to Feeding Hong Kong.

For reservations: book online


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