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Monday, June 18, 2012
High Tea Weekend Buffet at Tea Lounge, Regent Singapore
Had a high-tea sessions with my Multiply pals again. This time, we were not celebrating anyone's birthday. We just wanted to try out this very popular high-tea buffet at Regent Hotel. We got to book almost like 1 month in advance to dine here. We had 10 adults and we were seated at the "outside" of the tea lounge. If you are seated inside the lounge, you will get those cozy sofa seats.
Center-piece at the lobby
We have a choice of up to 2 selections of tea/ coffee (cuppucino/ latte/ expresso) or hot/cold chocolate. I chose the mountain berry tea and for my 2nd selection, I decided to have a glass of ice-latte.
Cooked food stations
My first serving, simply love all these petite sandwiches.
My second serving consisted of savoury items such as Soft-Shell Crabs, Roasted Beef and Salmon.
Beef and Caramelized Pearl Onion Pot Pie
Singapore Wok Fried Noodles with Vegetables - Don't really like this as the noodle lacks springy texture Smoked Salmon and Mushroom Quiche - Very salty
Chicken Satay and Seafood in Chili Crab Sauce with Man Tou
Freshly-Baked Expresso Souffle
For this, you will need to order 20 to 25 mins in advance.
Frozen tea as the ice-cube so the latte will not get too diluted.
Smoked Salmon and Mushroom Quiche
I only tried one piece and how I wish I got the stomach space to try out all the flavours.
My last plate of desserts
Overall, the quality of food was good especially those at the cooked food stations. The price of the buffet is quite steep at around $56 per person. Looking forward to high-tea at Goodwood Park Hotel next month! Yeah!