Conrad Festive Afternoon Tea Review : Sweets Haven



Celebrate Christmas with a sweet treat from Conrad.

Conrad Lobby Lounge

December is usually a time to relax and unwind. For most, work comes to almost a halt as the holiday beckons. It is the time to reconnect with family and indulge in Life's little pleasures. One of the ways to do so is to enjoy a little feast. We decided to do just that and pamper ourselves with Festive Afternoon Tea at the cosy Conrad Lobby Lounge. The Festive Afternoon Tea is available from 11 Nov to 3 January 2020.


What's in the Menu?


Our weekend tea treat consists of a selection of unlimited Prosecco, Roondfelft Tea and Brazilian Coffee.

Weekend Afternoon Tea Beverages
The menu
Prosecco is a sparkling wine made in Italy. It's a bubbly good start for our afternoon tea.
Prosecco

What's afternoon tea without tea?


The Festive Afternoon Tea includes a free flow of  Ronnefeldt tea, a leading brand of high-quality tea established since 1823. You can choose from a selection of Black Tea, Wellness Tea, Green Tea, Chinese Tea, Herbal Infusion and more. The selection will well please any tea lovers.


For Coffee lovers, you could choose your selection with Brazilian Coffee.

In addition, each one will get a glass of The Grinch - a concoction of non-alcoholic Curacoa, mango and lemon drink.
The Grinch
Seafood Platter

The Seafood Platter is included only in Festive Weekend Afternoon Tea. You can indulge in a fresh selection of Irish Oysters, Fresh prawns and Poached Boston Lobster!
Irish Oysters
The seafood was fresh with a special sauce provided for dipping or you can use Tabasco sauce included.
Fresh Prawn
The star of the Seafood Platter would be the fresh Poached Boston Lobster. An indulgent delight with every bite. The Seafood Platter is only for adult serving (age 13 and up)
Boston Lobster

Slow Cook Beef Brisket
Slow Cook Beef Brisket
Next on the menu is the Slow cook beef brisket, mushroom and caramelized Onion Toast. It's served with a generous load of cheese with a touch of Guacamole and Parsley.

The tender meat and the cheesy topping is a perfect combination for the younger ones.
Cheesy 

Tower of Christmas Delights
Christmas Delight

The Piece of Resistance for this meal would undoubtedly be the tour of savoury and sweet delights.


It took us quite a while to admire the tower of sweet Christmas delights before we decide to try each one from the top.

The sweet treats were all inspired by Christmas favourites.  There are Snow Man, Christmas Gift Box, Santa Sleigh, Christmas Ball together with a wide selection of sweet and savoury treats.

The full menu includes Pomegranate, Roasted Beetroot, Cherry Tomato, Frissee and Feta Cheese Salad, Roasted Turkey, Orange Marmalade and Brie Sandwich in Rye Bread, Smoked Salmon, Dill Cream Cheese with Lemon Zest in Tortilla Wrap, Multigrain Tartlet Roasted Chicken, Cranberries and Rasin Jam, Baby Cress.


Christmas inspired desserts
Snowman

Santa Sleigh


Christmas Ball

Chestnut Mont Blanc

Savoury Treats
Smoked Salmon

Roasted Turkey

We were feeling full by the time we worked our way from the top of the tower to the bottom!
Let's eat

The Afternoon High Tea concluded with cranberry and plain scone served with clotted cream, strawberry jam and mixed Apricot Jam. These handmade cream added zest to the scones to complete our meal.
Scones

The Festive Weekend Afternoon tea is available on Saturdays and Sundays between 1pm to 5pm.

Price as follows
$98 ++ per person inclusive of unlimited Prosecco, Ronnefeldt Tea and Brazilian Coffee
$68++ per person inclusive of Brazilian Coffee and Ronnefeldta Tea
$49 ++ per child between 6 and 12 years olf excluding seafood.

Conrad Lobby Lounge
For a weekday, only the Christmas tower will be available with coffee and tea from 3-6pm

Price as follows
$32++ per person inclusive of coffee and tea.

You can make a reservation here

Conrad
While you are there, do take a photo with the Giant Conrad bear and the Christmas tree!

Disclosure
A special thanks to Conrad for arranging this special treat. All opinions are of our own.



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