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10 indulgent afternoon teas to try in Dubai

It is reported that afternoon tea first appeared in 1840 when the Duchess of Bedford would become hungry while she waited for dinner. It’s become a beloved institution and a wonderful day out in general. These are Dubai’s most delicious afternoon teas, perfect for a more relaxed or extravagant gathering.

Address Beach Resort

The spring blossom afternoon tea at Address Beach Resort features thoughtfully prepared light bites and beverages. The event is held in the lobby area, and you must drink the speciality cherry blossom latte before you depart. Matcha cheesecake, cherry chocolate cake, turkey ham pinwheels and tomato mozzarella bruschetta are among the delicacies available on the tiers.

Kempinski The Boulevard Dubai

For an amazing afternoon tea experience, visit Kempinski The Boulevard Dubai (formerly Address Boulevard) in Downtown Dubai. Situated on your table, this elegant chest of drawers holds four tiers of delectable sweet and savoury pastries that are matched with an amazing products of drinks. For two, it costs Dhs 300.

Address Grand Creek Harbour

At The Patisserie at Address Grand Creek Harbour, gourmet delights are waiting for you when you enjoy the breathtaking sunset. Their Arabesque Afternoon Tea, which includes delicacies like chicken musakhan roll, wild mushroom and truffle quiche, dark chocolate and tonka bean cake, pistachio eclair, and more, combines a symphony of flavours and ingredients. Each person must pay Dhs195, or Dhs350 for two. For Dhs35, you can also add a golden cappuccino, and for Dhs120 per person, you can add a glass of bubbly.

Palace Downtown

Every afternoon, Al Bayt’s afternoon is held in an Arabian setting with expansive vistas. You may pair both sweet and savoury nibbles with both domestic and foreign teas and coffees. Each stand costs Dhs 190.

Bombay Bungalow

This high tea, which serves “desi” dishes with a twist, costs about Dhs 65 for two people. Savour delectable Bombay chutney sandwiches, homemade paneer pakoras, apple crumble tarts, Mysore pak, and oozy chocolate samosas. You can also anticipate melt-in-your-mouth butter chicken quiche. The afternoon tea is served from 3.30 to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Cafe Society

Cafe Society is serving a sophisticated afternoon tea that includes a selection of canapés and sweet treats. For two, it costs Dhs 250. Reservations are necessary.

Choix Patisserie and Restaurant

Visit Pierre Gagnaire’s Choix Patisserie and Restaurant for a taste of the Avenue des Champs Élysées way of life. It offers a selection of quality teas, finger sandwiches, pastries, and its famous scones. For Dhs 125 per person, all yours.

Dukes the Palm

This traditional and elegant Champagne and Tea Lounge at Dukes the Palm is the venue for this British afternoon tea. A traditional afternoon tea costs Dhs 135 starting at that point. Desire a grape? It costs Dhs 150, or Dhs 185 if you want bubbly.

Four Seasons Hotel DIFC

The exquisite tiered stand at Penrose Lounge serves as a tribute to the local honey of the United Arab Emirates during afternoon tea. Instead of using sugar, locally produced, 100% pure, raw, and unfiltered honey is used to make the desserts and the savoury bite. The cost of this guilt-free and delightful indulgence is Dhs325 for a pair with tea and coffee and Dhs490 for a pair with bubbly.

Four Seasons Jumeirah Beach

A traditional afternoon tea experience with sweet and savoury pastries, as well as coffee and tea from around the globe, awaits you at Shai Salon. There are French lavender tea and egg bacon eclairs from France, Indian karak tea and chicken tikka golgappa, and more. You can pay Dhs 240 per person or Dhs 420 if you bring a companion.

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