Thursday, May 20, 2010
Classic Afternoon Tea Sets To Relax At Sky Lounge
It’s never too busy to enjoy life’s little moments! If you think it’s time for a break amid your hectic working schedule or a rest in between your shopping for the coming season’s wardrobe, savour the classic Afternoon Tea Sets with delicate treats and enjoy a tranquil moment in a lavish setting plus the picturesque harbour view, all at Sky Lounge of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers.
Priced at HK$95 per set, Tea for One offers a selection of various choices for different flavours and tastes: Scone Set features homemade English Tea Scones served with clotted Cream, Strawberry Jam and fresh strawberries; Sweet Set delivers a sweet sensation for those who have a sweet tooth with 4 kinds of desserts which are Passionfruit Mousse, Rum & Raisin Cheese Cake, Grape & Mascarpone Tart and Fresh Strawberries; Savoury Set with 5 kinds of delectable samplings includes Smoked Salmon-Cucumber Sandwich, Honey-cured Bone Ham with Mustard Sandwich, Chicken Satays, Goat Cheese Roulade and Salmon Yakitori.
Share this wonderful moment with the Tea for Two at HK$175 per set and choose between Sweet Set and Mixed Set. The former one offers the same sweet delicacies in double portion, while the latter one contains both sweet and savoury bites, both in the classic 3-tir high tea ceramic set, to satisfy your cravings for every taste, including Smoked Salmon-Cucumber Sandwich, Honey-cured Bone Ham with Mustard Sandwich, Passionfruit Mousse, Rum & Raisin Cheese Cake, Grape & Mascarpone Tart and Fresh Strawberries.
Featuring the Italian designed and manufactured Enomatic Wine Dispensing System which offers 24 different wines by the glass at one time, Sky Lounge is the perfect place to enjoy Victoria Harbour’s spectacular sunsets along with fine wines, cocktails, refreshments, or afternoon tea in a sophisticated ambience. The dramatic interior is divided into four distinct areas (Wineroom, Viewing Lounge I & II and Zen Lounge) to suit a variety of moods.
Level 18, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotels & Towers
For reservations and enquiry, please call 2369-1111 ext. 4
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