Fancy a nice afternoon tea in Hong Kong? From Fortnum and Mason to Shangri-La, Rosewood and beyond, here are the best afternoon tea sets and high tea options that Hong Kong has to offer.
Going to afternoon tea (or high tea) is one of our favourite Hong Kong traditions – the flakey scones, savoury sandwiches and sweet treats are the perfect way to brighten up any afternoon. Afternoon tea is also a great way to celebrate birthdays, a get-together with friends, a baby shower (or simply treating yourself!) From new and seasonal high tea sets and classic afternoon tea offerings from hotels and restaurants, here’s our ultimate guide to the best afternoon tea in Hong Kong.
New And Seasonal Afternoon Teas In Hong Kong
COCO, The Mira Hong Kong – Afternoon tea with Häagen-Dazs x Pierre Hermé Ice-cream
You can bet an afternoon tea with ice cream will always be a hit with the kids. COCO at The Mira Hong Kong will be serving its summer-themed afternoon tea set with unlimited Häagen-Dazs x Pierre Hermé ice cream in three flavours including Strawberry and Raspberry Macaron, Yuzu and Lemon Macaron and Double Chocolate Ganache Macaron.
When: Until mid-October
How Much: $568 for two guests; $848 for two guests with a bottle of Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut NV Champagne (375ml)
The Lounge, The Hari Hong Kong – Afternoon tea set in collaboration with Jackson Scones
The Lounge at The Hari Hong Kong has partnered with popular local bakery brand Jackson’s Scone to create a whimsical new afternoon tea experience. Expect delightful sweet and savoury options including Sicilian Cannoli infused with Pistachio and Amalfi Lemon and Black Truffle & Ham Calzones amongst other delicacies.
When: Until Wednesday, 22 November 2023; from 3pm to 5pm
How Much: Starting from $768 for two people
The Farmhouse, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour – “Florals For Fall” Afternoon Tea
Ready to set the mood for fall? Head to The Farmhouse at Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour for an afternoon tea set that features unlimited servings of freshly-made Cherries Jubilee, Croffles and Crepe Cones with Ice Cream. Plus, you’ll also have free access to the hotel’s rooftop infinity pool on the day.
When: Until Thursday, 30 November 2023; from 3:30pm to 5pm daily
How Much: $688 for two people
The Farmhouse, Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour, 2/F (West Tower), 1 North Point Estate Lane, North Point, Hong Kong, www.hyatt.com/the-farmhouse
LUMA – “The Queen” Afternoon tea set at this newly launched restaurant
Derived from the word “luminous”, LUMA recently arrived at the Hong Kong dining scene as a stage for spotlighting the city’s rich culture through food, music, art and beyond. Its afternoon tea menu features treats such as Alaskan King Crab Dumplings and Shrimps Toast with Oat alongside classic sweets and savouries.
When: Every day from 3pm to 5:30pm
How Much: $628 for two people
Hjem – Halloween-themed afternoon tea
Due to popular demand last year, Nordic cafe Hjem will bring back its Halloween Afternoon Tea for a week this year! Designed for two to share, it features a savoury selection of signature Nordic sandwiches and waffles as well as sweets such as the Lingonberry Cupcake, a seasonal berry posset and more.
When: From Saturday, 28 October to Saturday, 4 November 2023
How Much: $528 for two people
Ongoing Afternoon Teas In Hong Kong
Garden Lounge, The Murray Hong Kong – Hong Kong afternoon tea set with confectionary table
Dive into The Murray Hong Kong’s scrumptious afternoon tea set at its Garden Lounge. Savoury selections include Spicy Lobster with Shrimp Cassia Bun, Crab and Lemongrass Tart alongside sweet treats such as Ruby Chocolate Truffle Dom and Sakura Strawberry Marmalade Shortcake. Don’t forget to check out its confectionary table for assorted cookies, pastries and tea cakes.
When: Everyday from 2:45pm to 6pm
How Much: From $788 for two people. ($988 for two people including two glasses of sparkling tea or sparkling wine)
The Butterfly Room, Rosewood Hong Kong – Afternoon tea surrounded by butterfly-themed art
Treat yourself to a Rosewood afternoon tea surrounded by butterfly-themed art pieces at The Butterfly Room at Rosewood Hotel. On the high tea menu are traditional finger sandwiches, classic scones, pastries and chocolate, plus you can opt for a selection of tea, alcohol-free sparkling wine, Perrier-Jouët Champagne, or Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé.
When: 12pm to 5pm
How Much: From $548 per person
CaN LaH – European and Nanyang-style afternoon tea in Hong Kong
Fancy a unique European-Singaporean take on afternoon tea? With stunning views of Victoria Harbour, CaN LaH’s newest branch in Harbour City Tsim Sha Tsui offers a great afternoon tea set with sweet and savoury treats that blend Chinese, Western, Malaysian and Singaporean delicacies along with special drinks such as Tehtarik, Ipoh white coffee and more.
When: 12pm to 3pm
How Much: $398 for two people
181 at Fortnum & Mason – Traditional English afternoon tea in Hong Kong
For a true taste of traditional English afternoon tea, head to 181 at Fortnum & Mason. Inspired by its tea salon in London’s Piccadilly, its luxurious menu includes exceptional rare teas, scones and finger sandwiches finished with a glass of Champagne. It even offers vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free afternoon-tea menus!
When: 2pm to 6pm daily
How Much: $588 per person
The Drawing Room, The St. Regis Hong Kong – A unique selection of afternoon tea treats
The Drawing Room at The St. Regis Hong Kong pulls out all the stops for its afternoon tea offering. You’ll find everything from Foie Gras Lollipop, Green Pie Tart and Tomato Terrine to Madelines, Raspberry Choux and more.
When: 2:30pm to 5:30pm daily.
How Much: From $478 per person (unlimited afternoon tea from $1,088 per person)
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The Lobby, The Peninsula Hong Kong – Iconic afternoon tea experience in Hong Kong
An afternoon tea at The Lobby of The Peninsula Hong Kong will never disappoint! You’ll enjoy savouring finger sandwiches, pastries scones and the hotel’s signature tea collection with a string quartet playing live in the background.
When: 2pm to 6pm daily
How Much: From $488 per person
Editor’s Note: “Afternoon Tea In Hong Kong: Hotels And Restaurants With High Tea” was most recently updated in September 2023 by Najuka Redkar.