High Tea Spots in Singapore That Will Make You Feel Like A Tai Tai

Fit for any budget
By: agnes
September 21, 2022

Have you ever tried high tea? With warm cups of your favourite earl grey tea (or any other tea for that matter) alongside beautifully stacked bites? We’re pretty sure they’ve made it to your Instagram page too. Well, if you think that high tea is expensive, think again. Because Glitz has come up with the ultimate list of high tea spots in Singapore that will make you feel like a Tai Tai. No matter what your budget is!

Read also from Glitz: Best Ice Cream Spots In Singapore & Best Vegan Restaurants In Singapore.

20 High Tea Spots in Singapore For Any Budget

1. 10 SCOTTS @ Grand Hyatt Singapore

Take your high tea session to the next level with one of the best high tea spots in Singapore. Alongside the most delectable food offerings, you get to pair your high tea with some boozy goodness. Take your pick from champagnes, wines, and cocktails for that added flair. If you’d like to keep it PG, opt for mocktails or the non-alcohol option of juices, coffee and tea. Did we mention the drinks are free flow? 

Price: Price: $98++ per adult (Champagnes, Wines, Themed Cocktails & Mocktails), ​$88++ per adult (Themed Cocktails & Mocktails), ​$58++ per adult (Non-Alcohol Option of Chilled Juices, Coffee & Tea)
Operating hours:Daily 12–9pm
Contact details:+65 6738 1234


2. Tea Lounge @ Regent Hotel Singapore

The best thing about high tea spots in Singapore is the thematic offerings. This year, Tea Lounge is offering the most adorable Christmas high tea. Complete with Santa hats and festive cheer, it’s one you would want to enjoy with your children. But that’s not all, Tea Lounge also features a vegetarian menu and a gluten-free menu for those with dietary needs. What’s not to love?!

Price:$52 per adult with a selection of Gryphon Tea or Illy Coffee and $26 per child. Additional charges apply for wine or champagne
Operating hours:Daily 2–5pm
Contact details:+65 6725 3246


3. Alley on 25 @ Andaz Singapore

Alley on 25 is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for those on a budget. Because for as low as $48 per person, you get to enjoy a wide variety of savoury and sweet bites. Start your afternoon tea meal with a soup featuring sustainable barramundi and kaffir lime. Then take a bite of the spicy chicken pani puri with mint yogurt, tiger prawns with focaccia, and more. And then the anticipated sweets section comes. With options like scones, madeleines, tarts, bonbons, and more. Lastly, finish off with some icy cool gelato. 

Price:$48 per person with unlimited TWG tea and coffee. Additional charges apply for wine or champagne
Operating hours:Daily 3–5pm
Contact details:+65 6408 1288


4. 1864 @ Sofitel Singapore

One of the best high tea spots in Singapore for those who enjoy exclusive tea blends is 1864. Other than the hotel’s exclusive Singapour Je T’aime tea blend, you can also find 13 blends of grand cru coffee by Nespresso. Of course, the coffee will be prepared specifically to your preference. As for the high tea bites, expect to get the most delightful local flavours. We’re talking salted gula Melaka macarons, durian choux, pandan coconut scones, and so much more. 

Price:Weekdays (Mon to Thur) – $108++ for two; $54 per additional person | Weekend (Fri to Sun) – $118++ for two; $59 per additional person
Operating hours: Daily 2–5pm
Contact details: +65 6428 5000


5. The Lobby Lounge @ The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

The Lobby Lounge truly deserves its place in our list of best high tea spots in Singapore. This is because of its affordable pricing that comes with generous offers. This 5-course afternoon tea set is sure to charm you and whoever you wish to share this with. In the first course, you’ll experience a unique chorizo chestnut quiche and more. The second and third courses will entice turkey ciabatta, apricot scones, and many more. Lastly, be met with a medley of sweet treats like panna cotta, pumpkin tart, strawberry jam sandwich cookie, and more.

Price: Mon to Fri – $48++ per person including three tea pairings | Sat & Sun) – $58++ per person including three tea pairings | Additional $20++ for two glasses of champagne
Operating hours:Daily 2.30–5pm
Contact details:+65 6715 6871



Want the best place that isn’t in a hotel? Well, then ATLAS will be one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for you. ATLAS is actually a grand lobby and bar. But they have one of the most amazing afternoon tea sets you’ll ever have. With luxurious ingredients like lobster, truffle, salmon, and Iberico, every bite will surely tantalise your taste buds. You can also choose the regular ATLAS selection or the prestige selection. What makes these selections different is the choice of high-end teas you get. 

Price:ATLAS Selection – $56++/person | Prestige Selection – $60++/person. Additional charges apply for alcohol
Operating hours: Mon to Fri – 3pm / 4pm | Sat / PH – 1pm / 2pm / 3pm / 4pm
Contact details:+65 6396 4466


7. Atrium @ Pan Pacific Singapore

Presentation plays a big part in high teas. So if you’re looking for that Instagrammable set then we’ve got one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for you. Sporting that tiffany blue accent, Atrium’s high tea sets are never dull. This particular Japanese afternoon tea set features salmon quiche, nori and wasabi mayonnaise sandwiches with smoked trout, and more. The sweet treats, of course, features matcha, mochi, and Sudachi tart. 

Price:$44 per guest | Champagne Japanese-inspired Afternoon Tea Experience: $60 per guest (Includes a glass of  Taittinger Brut Reserve NV Champagne)
Operating hours:Mon to Thur – 2:30-5:30pm | Fri to Sun – 12:30-3pm, 3:15-5:45pm
Contact details:+65 6336 8111


8. Brasserie Les Saveurs @ St. Regis Singapore

Are you on a budget? Then pay a visit to one of the best high tea spots in Singapore – Brasserie Les Saveurs. For only $38, you get to enjoy offerings like foie gras mousse tartlet, beef pastrami sandwich, and more. The sweet offerings are the highlights, of course. With a unique spice cake, chocolate macaroon, and chocolate sable, even the thought of it is making us hungry! But the best part is being able to taste the ​​60% dark mana chocolate mousse with vanilla chantilly. This is because it features St. Regis’ own tea blend chocolate.

Price:$38 per person
Operating hours:Mon to Sat – 3-5pm, Sun – 3.30-5.30pm
Contact details:+65 6506 6860


9. The Grand Lobby @ Raffles Singapore

The Grand Lobby is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore if you’re looking for a grandeur setting. With luxurious floor-to-ceiling Victorian pillars, be transformed as you step into the high tea spot. The menu takes inspiration from the hotel itself and features desserts by executive pastry chef Tai Chien Lin. The original and raisin scones are also accompanied by the loveliest clotted cream and rose petal jam. 

Price:$80 per person or $98 per person inclusive of a glass of Billecart-Salmon Champagne Brut
Operating hours:Mon to Thur 1-5pm | Fri to Sun 12-6pm
Contact details:+65 6412 1816


10. SKAI Restaurant @ Swissôtel The Stamford

Options are abundant here at SKAI, one of the best high tea spots in Singapore. Take your pick from the regular high tea set or the special SKAI x Maison 21G high tea set. However, even the regular high tea set features some extremely luxurious bites. In the savoury section, you can try the crab, foie gras, smoked salmon, and pumpkin feta cheese quiche. Fret not as you will also be able to find vegetarian options like the shiitake and organic egg mayo dish. For desserts, you’ll be served everything from macarons and puffs to bonbons and pralines. 

Price:$68 per adult and $34 per child
Operating hours:Daily 3-4.30pm
Contact details:+65 6431 6156


11. One-Ninety Bar @ Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

One-Ninety Bar is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for thematic high teas. This month, One-Ninety Bar is having a Peranakan-themed high tea set. This set is in collaboration with Chef Malcolm Lee of Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant Candlenut. For the savoury section, you can find pie tee, otah toast, and a unique roti jala. As for the sweets, taste a different edition of kaya toast, kueh bingkah, lemongrass cake, and so much more. 

Price:$68 per person or $68 per person with cocktail
Operating hours:Weekends 2-5pm
Contact details:+65 6831 7671


12. MO BAR @ Mandarin Oriental

Looking for opulent high teas? Then MO BAR is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for you. For tea blends, we recommend trying the exclusive Mandarin Oriental blend. As for the high tea set itself, you’ll be able to indulge in rye crepe, black truffle toast, crab masala, and more. To satisfy your sweet tooth cravings, try the acai blueberry confit, earl grey baked cheesecake, coconut frangipane, and so much more. It’s a sugary wonderland!

Price: $68 per guest | $68 per guest with one cocktail or mocktail | $72 per guest with one glass of “R” de Ruinart Champagne | $98 for two guest (Mon-Fri)
Operating hours:Daily 3-5pm
Contact details:+65 6885 3500


13. The Landing Point @ The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

The Landing Point is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore if you’re looking for classic afternoon tea. One great thing about the high tea at The Landing Point is that the price includes a complimentary glass of Sangre de Toro non-alcoholic rosé wine. However, you can purchase alcohol for additional charges. As for the delightful bites, you can expect Asian twists like soy-marinated pulled pork, curry chicken, and Szechuan salmon. While for desserts you can get pandan lamington, lychee Bandung swiss roll, and chendol macaron.

Price:Mon to Fri $60 per adult & $30 per child | Sat, Sun & PH $65 per adult & $32.50 per child
Operating hours:Mon to Fri 3-5.30pm | Sat, Sun & PH 12-2.30pm / 3.30-6pm
Contact details:+65 6597 5277


14. Anti:dote @ Hotel Fairmont Singapore

Indulge in the best high tea spots in Singapore, featuring the most tantalising afternoon teas. Expect to be served with a ‘drawer’ that has a different surprise on every level. From sandwiches options like beetroot, smoked ham, spicy crab, and more to quiche, egg gel, and brioche. If you’re a sweet tooth lover, then you’ll love the green tea cookies, sesame mascarpone, macarons, and bonbons. 

Price:$58 per adult & $29 per child
Operating hours: Daily 12-2pm / 3-5pm
Contact details:+65 6431 5315


15. L’Espresso @ Goodwood Park Hotel

L’Espresso is one of the best high tea spots in Singapore for buffet high teas. We’re talking endless choices of savoury and sweet bites. Take your pick from pink bread finger sandwiches, open-faced sandwiches, petite sandwiches, croissants, scones, and more. You can even get hot food like laksa, mee siam, and chilli crab with mantao. Of course, no afternoon tea will be complete without desserts like ondeh-ondeh cake, chendol panna cotta, and chocolate truffle. 

Price:$60 per adult & $36 per child
Operating hours:Mon to Fri 12-2.30pm / 3-5.30pm | Sat, Sun & PH 11am-1pm / 1.30-3.30pm / 4-6pm
Contact details:+65 6730 1743


16. Brunches Cafe

Get a feeling of nostalgia once you step into Brunches Cafe. The Retro-esque cafe is donned with vintage interior designs and unique products that feel like you’ve been transported in time during your stay. Interested in the interior? They’re on sale, and you can take them home with you if you want! They offer limited High Tea sets for those looking to chill and reminisce over sweet desserts and hot tea. Enjoy your pastries and tea while getting an IG-worthy shot while seated at a refurbished Mini Cooper. Seating at that area is usually in demand, so make sure to book in advance to get the spot!

Price:$39.90 for 2 adults
Operating hours:Mon, Wed – Sun 11am – 10pm | Tues Closed
Contact details:+65 8685 8488


17. Lime Patisserie at Park Royal Collection

Take you and your friends for a much needed mid-day pick-up at Lime Patisserie! The pastries are served warm and freshly curated from Lime’s pastry team, to complement your tea of choice. They also made a recent makeover for their High Tea sets – you can now enjoy sweet AND savoury local flavours with these sets. From their mouthwatering desserts like Peanut Butter Crunch with Gianduja Chantilly to savoury bites of Mini Shepherd’s Pie, you’ll have the time of your life spending the afternoon surrounded by scrumptious food and great company.

Price:Starts at $68 per set
Operating hours:Mon – Fri 3pm – 5pm | Sat – Sun 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Contact details:+65 6809 8888


18. The Coastal Settlement

Those who prefer a different view, surrounded by lush greenery and a peak at the sea from afar, can have a peaceful afternoon at The Coastal Settlement. Located near Changi Ferry Terminal, the humble casual resto offers afternoon tea filled with multicultural flavours that will surely delight your taste buds. If you’re not in the mood for tea or coffee, opt for some sparkling wine to go with the Asian delights and assorted desserts.

Price:$19 per person
Operating hours:Daily from 3:30pm – 5:30pm
Contact details:+65 6809 8888


19. Hortus

Located inside the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay, Hortus is a cosy café that offers you a taste of the Mediterranean. Surrounded by blooming florals and vibrant greens, have a pleasant midday with them if you prefer a more savoury selection like their Quiche Florentine or Madras curry egg sandwich for those who prefer a vegetarian option. They also have a delightful selection of homemade sweets and scones the afternoon tea wouldn’t be complete without to go with your pick of Jing tea or coffee.

Price:$58 per person
Operating hours:Daily from 3pm – 5pm
Contact details:+65 6702 0158


20. Arteastiq Tea Lounge

At Arteastiq, you can choose a specific tea set based on your preferences! Choose from their three Afternoon Tea sets: Dream Teasery, National Treasure, or Luscious Seafood. It’s great if you come with your friend(s) so y can choose differently, so you can take a bite and indulge in all of them. You also have an option to paint in their in-house art studio as a great creative bonding activity with your friends.

Price:Starts at $32 per person / $52 for 2 people
Operating hours:Daily from 1pm – 5pm
Contact details:+65 6235 8370


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