18 High Ses Afternoon Tea Places In Hong Kong To Pamper Yourself Like A Royal

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At the mere mention of Hong Kong, one would immediately think of a beautiful, bustling city filled with lots of people, exciting places to shop at as well as delicious dim sum. Besides that, Hong Kong is a renowned food paradise with a plethora of mouthwatering eats at your local dim sum joint, hipster cafe or cha chaan teng.

But if you’re looking for something a notch higher, Hong Kong is also home to numerous places that provide excellent afternoon tea. Locals love their afternoon tea. Period. And what better way than to experience tea time—the high ses way—than at one of these 15  afternoon tea places in Hong Kong?

THE RITZ CARLTON HONG KONGPhoto Credit: miniii_minimini


This elegant and relaxing lounge is the perfect setting to relax and indulge in a luxurious high tea set. They offer a wide range of cakes and nibblets that you can munch on while you enjoy the gorgeous view of Victoria Harbour.

Their current afternoon tea set is also a collaboration with Givenchy which is inspired by the newly launched Le Rose Perfecto lipstick collection.

HK$398 (S$69) per set
Additional HK$30 (S$5) for hibiscus ginger tea.

International Commerce Centre (ICC)
103/F The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, 1 Austin Rd W
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2263 2270
Daily: 3.30pm – 5.30pm

Cafe Gray Deluxe @ The Upper HousePhoto Credit: nyam.choki


Cafe Gray Deluxe offers you tea with an amazing view of Victoria Harbour from the top of The Upper House.

They offer a wide selection of tea sandwiches and sweet treats that you can wash down with your choice of tea or coffee. Some things to look forward to on their menu are their Matcha Crêpe Smoked Salmon, Strawberry Shortcakes and Smashed Avocado Rose Harissa.

HK$265 (S$47) for one person
HK$460 (S$81) for two persons

Level 49, The Upper House Pacific Place
88 Queensway, Admiralty
Tel: +852 2918 1838
Daily: 3.30pm – 5.30pm

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If you’re looking for something more exclusive, you can always check out Cobo House for their incredibly popular “Cha Chaan” afternoon tea set. There are only 10 of these sets available daily, so you have to book in advance. Is it worth the effort? We definitely think so!

The menu comprises an array of sweet treats disguised as savoury dishes. Some examples are their Burger Macarons and adorable Sunny-side Ups. They also have a number of Western-Korean fusion creations such as their Baccala Ragu Bruschetta with Bulgogi Arancini.

HK$588 (S$103) for one person

8/12 South Lane, Shek Tong Tsui
Central, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2656 3088
Sat, Sun & PH: 3pm – 5.30pm

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Dr Fern’s has launched an interesting new afternoon tea set called After-Tea, which is inspired by his childhood and his long-time love for Scandinavian storybooks like The Ugly Duckling and The Teapot.

This gorgeous platter of goodies is definitely an insta-worthy sight. The food is presented on the cross-section of a tree trunk which gives the whole set fairy-tale vibes. It features yummy treats such as Caviar Cornette, Spring Pea Tarts, Smoked Boquerones and Lemon Financier. Definitely makes for a magical experience!

HK$498 (S$87) for two persons

Shop B31A Landmark Atrium
15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2111 9449
Mon to Thu, Sun: 12pm – 1am
Fri to Sat: 12pm – 2am

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If you’re into Nordic delights, you should pay a visit to FINDS, which also stands for Finland, Iceland, Denmark and Sweden.

Their afternoon tea menu features delicious Nordic-inspired treats such as their Salmon Pastrami from Denmark and Ligonberry & Yoghurt Mousse from Finland. They also have pretty interesting tea flavours available such as Lychee White Peony and “Yin Yang”.

HK$356 (S$61) for two persons

The Luxe Manor
39 Kimberly Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
Tel: +852 2522 9318
Daily: 3pm – 5pm

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Green at hotel icon is another place that serves up seasonal afternoon teas. They have rotating themes centred around specific ingredients in season or festivals.

From 1 January – 28 February 2019, the theme is the ‘Hotel ICON French Chocolate Afternoon Tea’ which comes with unlimited soft serve and a luxurious spread of chocolate executed in numerous ways.

HK$288 (S$51) for one person
HK$546 (S$99) for two persons

17 Science Museum Road
Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3400 1000
Mon to Fri: 3.30pm – 5.30pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 3pm – 5pm & 5pm – 7pm

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If you’re looking for a place to dine at with a fantastic view, you definitely need to check out Lobby Lounge at Intercontinental Hong Kong. This gorgeous restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows that face Hong Kong’s magnificent harbourfront.

Their extensive high tea menu is also one that will not disappoint, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the breathtaking views which you nibble on some delicious sandwiches and desserts.

HK$488 (S$86) for two persons

Lobby Lounge, Lobby Level, InterContinental Hong Kong
18 Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2313 2323
Daily: 3pm – 6pm

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If you prefer a more tropical setting with great live entertainment, you definitely should keep Lobby Lounge at Island Shangri-la Hong Kong on your list of must-try tea places.

Here, they serve up delicious treats such as their Lobster Salad with Truffle Mayonnaise in Bouchon, Raspberry Marechaux Sticks and Roasted Beef with Remoulade Sauce in Tomato Bread. All this comes with your choice of their fragrant coffee or tea.

HK$308 (S$54) for one person
HK$528 (S$93) for two persons

Pacific Place, Supreme Court Road
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2877 3838
Mon to Fri: 3pm – 6pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 2pm – 6pm

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If you love all things pretty and pink, you definitely need to visit Palm Court at The Langham Hong Kong. Their high tea menus change seasonally, and the current theme is ‘Think Pink Afternoon Tea” as they are the sole Pink Hotel Partner of the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation.

For every afternoon tea set sold during the promotional period, a donation of HK$10 will be given to the foundation. So while you sip on your tea and nibble on your snacks, you are also helping out someone in need.

HK$348 (S$61) for one person
HK$598 (S$105) for two persons

8 Peking Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2375 1133
Daily: 3pm – 5.30pm

Popinjays Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: The Murray Hong Kong


For those of you who like something a little more fun and interactive, you can pop down to Popinjays at The Murrays to indulge in their flamboyant and playful tea set that is bursting with colour. Some of the treats you’ll get to savour include Kristal Caviar, Blinis and Blue Lobster, a selection of savoury muffins and Strawberry Lamington.

HK$688 (S$119) for two persons

22 Cotton Tree Dr
Central, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 3141 8888
Tue to Sun: 2.30pm – 4.30pm

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Take a break from your hectic schedule and luxuriate in The Peninsula’s quintessential afternoon tea which features a selection of finger sandwiches, savoury pastries and delectable cakes. Each tea set also comes with your choice of tea from The Peninsula’s Tea Collection.

HK$398 (S$69) for two persons

Salisbury Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2696 6772
Daily: 2pm – 6pm

The Lounge At Four Seasons Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: foodie_univeristy


For a chic, classy setting with world-class service, you can always count on The Lounge by Four Seasons Hong Kong.

Indulge in classic treats such as their freshly baked scones, homemade jams and Devonshire clotted cream. Wash all that down with a cup of their delicious teas and you’re good to go!

HK$388 (S$50) for one person
HK$588 (S$95) for two persons

HK$328 (S$54) for one person
HK$628 (S$103) for two persons

HK$438 for one person

8 Finance St, Central, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3196 8888
Daily: 3pm – 5.30pm
Mon to Fri: 3pm – 5.30pm
Sat & Sun: 2pm – 4pm, 4.15pm – 6.15pm

Tiffin @ Grand Hyatt Hong Kong Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: moannaxdessire


Indulge in an array of classic afternoon tea delights at Tiffin at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, the very first place in Hong Kong to introduce the dessert buffet concept. That itself says enough about the quality of food that you’ll be getting here!

Some delicious treats you can also expect are their Mont Blanc Tartlets, Coconut Snowballs as well as their Wagyu Beef Cheek Burgers. They also have a wide range of tea flavours here so tea lovers will definitely be spoilt for choice.

HK$596 (S$104) for two persons
HK$656 (S$115) for two persons

Mezzanine Floor, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2584 7722
Daily: 3.30pm – 5.30pm

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For those of you who don’t mind going the extra mile (literally) for your afternoon tea, you can always check out Tai O Lookout at Tai O Heritage Hotel. To get there, you have to travel out of the island, but we feel that it is well worth the effort. The views here are magnificent and the food makes the experience even better.

HK$288 (S$51) for two persons

14 Shek Tsai Po Street, Tai O
Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2985 8383
Daily: 2.30 – 5pm
(Excluding Public Holidays)

The Envoy @ The PottingerPhoto Credit: The Envoy Hong Kong 


This gorgeous restaurant features modern colonial influence that creates quite a unique ambience. Their afternoon tea treats are neatly displayed on a two-tiered stand made of gorgeous china.

With delicious bites such as their Earl Grey Smoked Salmon Tarts, Herbal Tea Devilled Eggs as well as Traditional English Scones, you definitely will leave will a full, happy belly.

HK$228 (S$40) for two persons

3/F, The Pottinger Hotel
74 Queen’s Road, Central
Tel: +852 2169 3311
Mon to Fri: 3pm – 5.30pm
Sat & Sun: 3.30pm – 5.30pm

Le Soleil Hong Kong Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: Foodie Hong Kong 


If you’re looking for a Vietnamese-style afternoon tea set, you should head on down to The Soleil at The Royal Garden Hotel. This pretty-as-a-picture place will make you feel like you’re momentarily in Ho Chi Minh City.

Nibble on Vietnamese goodies such as Saigon-Style Spring Rolls, Vietnamese Sausage Sandwiches and wash it down with some delightfully cooling Iced Tropico Tea with Spicy Mango Syrup.

HK$368 (S$65) for two persons

3/F Royal Garden Hotel, 69
Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2733 2033
Daily: 3pm – 5pm

Urban Park Hong Kong Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: Urban Park Hong Kong 


Urban Parks Butterfly Blossom Afternoon Tea Menu is definitely something special to look forward to. Their sweet and savoury treats are prettily arranged in a birdcage-like structure; definitely Instagram worthy!

Feast on their interesting array of unique bites such as their scrumptious Scottish Smoked Salmon Brioche, Tuscan Salami Brioche and Homemade Green Tea & Mango Macarons.

HK$299 (S$52) for two persons

Urban Park @ Central
Shop 3-5, 2/F, Nan Fung Place
173 Des Voeux Road C., Central
Tel: +852 3708 8083
Daily: 3pm – 5.30pm

Urban Park @TST
4/F, 20-22 Granville Road
Tsim Sha Tsui, Kln., HK
Tel: +852 2751 1999
Daily: 3pm – 5.30pm

Woo Bar @ W Hotel Hong Kong Afternoon TeaPhoto Credit: W Hong Kong 


WOOBAR changes its afternoon tea sets regularly, which keeps it exciting and gives us something to constantly look forward to.

Their latest set is Nordic-inspired and involves this adorable, stylish house set up which is packed head to toe with delicious goodies. With 6 kinds of sweets and 6 kinds of canapés, you’ll definitely be leaving with a very happy and satisfied belly!

HK$438 (S$77) for two persons

W Hotel, Elements, Kowloon Station
1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: +852 3717 2222
Daily: 2.30pm – 6pm