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TWG at Marina Bay Sands

Service still kinda sucks, but I can’t resist the pretty crockery and fragrant teas. The scones are some of the best I’ve had especially with the clotted cream and refreshing tea jam. The sandwiches are forgettable and pathetic for the … Continue reading

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My Favourite Hotels for High Tea

Blogged about it here. If only the Fullerton Bay High Tea would start earlier and last longer like the one at Shangri-la, I would declare it as my top pick.

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Arteastiq (Sorely Disappointed)

We both felt ripped off and we came here with very high expectations seeing the impressive decor from afar. We were at Mandarin Gallery and passed by the art space cum tea salon the day before and even thought we … Continue reading

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Tea & Quiche at TWG (Marina Bay Sands)

I know this place has a huge mark-up as I’ve been told, but I can’t help but like it. I am quite fond of the tea here. Also the decor makes me think, this is what a tea Salon in … Continue reading

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Afternoon Tea at Goodwood Park Hotel

I am yet again embarrassed to say that this is from two weeks ago. I’ve been so tardy. Had wonderful company at the high tea and we all agreed that the bread used for the sandwiches was a tad too … Continue reading

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Afternoon Tea at Four Seasons

I could not find any reviews of the afternoon tea at the Four Seasons. Even more reason to blog about it and share what I thought of it. Perhaps the lack of reviews should have been a sign. The place … Continue reading

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Afternoon Tea: The Knolls at Capella Singapore

If you ever make a trip to Singapore, and especially if you’re female, afternoon tea is a must. It’s an English tradition, but something that’s done really well in Singapore probably due to our colonial heritage. The Rose Veranda at … Continue reading

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