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Afternoon Tea in HK

prasantrin | Mar 8, 200808:29 PM     47

I've got a full list of places to hit for dim sum, siu yuk, char siu, etc. etc. (20 pages full, but it includes pictures!), but my eating partner and I are interested in experiencing the colonial side of HK, as well.

I had afternoon tea at the Peninsula once, almost 10 years ago, and I thought the atmosphere was pleasant, but the food and the tea sucked. This time, I'm looking for an afternoon tea place with good food (good tea would be nice, too, but good food is more important). In my search here I found a recommendation for the Clipper Lounge at the Mandarin Oriental. Is that the best? Or are there other options?

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