This lounge offers a refreshing contemporary look and enhanced dining options, where diners can look forward to a high tea spread that features international and local delights, presenting a choice of 164 premium tea blends for diner's pleasure.
The Rose Veranda Hot
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High Tea Addicted
The high tea came with a tea or coffee of your choice (refillable), a soup of the day and a scoop of ice cream for desserts. And if you happen to be celebrating a special occasion (they will ask you when you call for your reservation), they will even pop in a cake for free.
The selection of food is not too wide, given that it is a high tea, but all the dishes were well presented, efficiently replenished and very well cooked. There were scones all the way to sago pudding and everything in between - siew mai, mee siam, sandwiches...
My favourite was their roast meat stand. The gravy complemented the meat so well, I was impressed.
Their waitresses all seemed like they needed to fit a certain appearance criteria to work there, but I'm not complaining. They were all friendly enough to give us an extra complimentary drink when one of them came and was not what we expected.
Their chairs are just the type that makes you want to slouch in all day. If they did not have a second seating we had to leave for them to prepare for, I'd stay there a little longer.
Best hi-tea yet!
As a hi-tea lover, this place never fails to disappoint me. It has everything I love. Fresh salmon, smoked salmon, great array of TWG teas, macaroons and open faced sandwiches. The best hi-tea buffet spread I've been too. I love their Japanese section where they have a mini display fridge to keep the sashimi cold and soba as chilled as possible, just the way i like it.
The reason why this place ranks no.1 in my hi-tea list is because of their range of TWG teas. You can chose a pot of any of their ranges of tea and it can be refilled once. If you pay extra, you can try an unlimited number of tea. I love their scones too and as I went during christmas, their desserts had snowmans and stars on them.
Their furnishing is very modern and i love their red chandelier. The ambiance was prefect for hi-teas. The pricing is the norm of about $45-$50 for hi-tea. Definitely worth my $45 bucks!
tai tai loving
Definitely mother of high teas and you can have a full meal here in fact. They have everything from sushi to rice to meat dishes to salads to cakes to ice creams to dim sums and of course, a wide selection of TWG teas and their signature Shangri-la tea which is my favourite.
I love the atmosphere here, the experience starts from the moment you walk into the high ceiling lobby of shangri-la, take the spiral stairs and putting your paws down on the table, tai-tai x100. (tai tai means rich ladies with busy husband and usually people who cheat with their dance instructors and always sipping tea in the afternoon)
Perfect to eat yourself silly or to give your friend a birthday/farewell/new pet/post exam treat.