Say yes to these highly recommended high-tea favourites!

 

We’ve made it our mission to suss out one of the best and most affordable high tea favourites in Singapore — and we’re sharing them with you! Pinkies up!

 

Highly Recommended High-Tea at Takashimaya 

1. Flor Patisserie Strawberry Shortcake Slice, $8.70
   
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Flor Patisserie uses only the freshest and best ingredients to create deliciously soft and fluffy Japanese-styled French pastries. Try their signature Strawberry Shortcake, generously coated with whipped chantilly cream, and sliced Japanese strawberries — goes perfectly with tea!

 

 

2. Milk Moons Kueh Salat, $6 per piece
   
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A traditional Nyonya delicacy, Milk Moons stays true to the classic Kueh Salat recipe in their rendition: a base of sticky rice, attractively coloured blue with butterfly pea extract, topped by a thick layer of custard made from a mixture of coconut milk and pandan juice

3. St. Leaven Party Sandwiches, $5.10 per box

St. Leaven is a gourmet bakery famous for their handmade buns and sandwiches, which are freshly baked everyday. Savour their Party Sandwiches, available in egg mayo, ham and cheese, tuna and crab stick potato for a quick afternoon snack

4. Juchheim Decoration Baumkuchen, $3 per piece
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Known as the “King of German cakes,” Baumkuchen is made from eggs, sugar, butter, and wheat flour. Juchheim uses only top grade butter made from fresh milk, and ensure no additives such as emulsifiers or baking powder are used — so you can be sure you’re always getting the best.

5. Ollella Kueh High Tea Set, $7
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Fancy something more local? Try the Kueh High Tea Set from Ollella, consisting of one Lemper Ebi or Ayam, made from glutinous rice generously stuffed with fragrant dried shrimps or seasoned chicken, one Kueh Dadar, a traditional “crepe” wrapped around shredded coconut and gula melaka, and one spiced Kueh Lapis slice, made using authentic Dutch butter, and based on a sixty years old recipe passed down from the founders’ grandmother.

6. Butter Studio Selected Cupcakes, $3.50 each
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Go light with handcrafted cupcakes from Butter Studio’s locally-inspired flavours such as Salted Gula Melaka, Milo Speculoos Fudge, and Sea Salt Nutella. All cupcakes are made from scratch daily, so you can be sure of their freshness!

7. Rive Gauche Patisserie Selected Cake Slices, $6.20 to $8 each
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Enjoy a wide selection of Selected Cake Slices from Rive Gauche, a bakery committed to bringing you the French patisserie experience through its rich and high-quality creations!

8. Mr. Obanyaki Taiyaki, $2 each
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Taiyaki is a fish-shaped pancake commonly found in Japan’s street fairs. Mr. Obanyaki’s version is crispy on the outside, yet soft on the inside, and always served warm, as they are prepared on the spot. Choose from Red Bean, Chocolate, or Cheese — no matter your selection, there’s always an abundant amount of filling.

8. Four Seasons Durian Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream Macarons, $12.80 for four


Made only from the freshest Mao Shan Wang durians, enjoy this rich and creamy flavour delicately sandwiched between everyone’s favourite meringue pastry shells. 

Indulge in these high tea favourites and more, only at Food Hall, B2. Discounts redeemable from Sat 1 Jun to Sun 30 Jun 2019, 12pm to 5.30pm daily!