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April 22, 2005
It is a traditional English tea. If you haven't had this experience before, you can expect the variety of food to include small tea sandwiches (cucumber, salmon, tuna, etc.), scones with devonshire cream and jam, and a variety of small pastries. You will also need to select a loose tea. They have a fairly complete selection. Feel free to ask the waiter to describe the flavor of the tea if you are not familiar with it. Each person can select a different tea, which will allow you to try more than one kind. They will keep bringing you more pots of hot water so that you can steep more tea. You just need to flip up the lid on the hot water pot to signal that you would like more.
It's a great place to stop in for a break after walking around downtown.
After tea, take some time to walk through the hotel. There are a few nice stores and beautiful architecture to appreciate.
From journal Chinese New Year in Hong Kong
New York, New York
November 12, 2000
From journal Reminiscing Hong Kong