5 Unmissable Afternoon Tea Experiences In Abu Dhabi

by Deeplata Garde
by Deeplata Garde 264

Is tea one of those comfort beverages that attracts you back to it repeatedly? Are you one of those people who can’t live without a cup of tea at least once a day? Well, I’m not sure who you are, but I’m a die-hard tea connoisseur with a suitable ambience. And, in order to properly clarify and justify the same, something unexpected is about to pique your curiosity. Here’s a list of tea-stations you should visit in Abu Dhabi for an immersive afternoon tea experience.

5 Unmissable Afternoon Tea Experiences In Abu Dhabi

1. Rosewood

Rosewood in Abu Dhabi has introduced an afternoon tea that is specifically dedicated to all chocolate fans and it costs AED 220. They have an extensive high tea menu every Thursday which consists of everything chocolate on the spread. Apart from a 3.5 metre-long table where everything is filled with chocolate, you can actually eat your plates as well, which are also made of 100 percent chocolate. The chocolate high tea takes place every Thursday from 3:00 pm until 9:00 pm at the Rosewood hotel which is located on Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi.

2. Observation Deck Conard Abu Dhabi

This place delivers a unique new afternoon tea experience that has taken up residence on deck. Afternoon tea settings don’t get much more stunning than Observation Deck 300. Located on level 74 of the Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers, it is the highest observation point in the UAE capital. The cafe features excellent tea blends and freshly ground coffee served with sweet and savoury pastries. The limited-themed afternoon tea, presented in an iconic Tiffany blue box, is available at both Observation Deck 300 and the hotel’s Lobby Lounge.

 

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3. Alba Ritz Carlton

Guests can have afternoon tea at the luxurious lobby lounge, Alba, at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal. It’s a quite famous Ritz-Carlton tradition. It’s a classic and exquisite setting for the Grand Canal’s take of this Ritz Carlton hallmark. You’ll observe towering ceilings, dove grey walls, and glistening chandeliers. A seasonally changing cuisine often reflects important occasions and regional events. Indulge in bite-size pastries that are equally as luxurious. The tea selection is equally outstanding, with a wide range of hot and cold green and herbal teas available on the broad menu.

4. Le Cafe, Emirates Palace

A regal afternoon tea awaits at Le Café at Emirates Palace, a magnificent destination for afternoon tea in Abu Dhabi. With the sweeping Abu Dhabi skyline as a wonderful backdrop, it’s served with pots of exquisite tea or glasses of bubbly. It runs daily from 2pm to 6pm and costs AED 485 for two people.

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5, Drawing Room

The Drawing Room at Saadiyat Island serves afternoon tea every day. Marble floors, high ceilings, and a refined palette of neutral colours serve as the setting for an elegant teatime. The soaring windows allow in the Saadiyat Island sunshine. Typical afternoon tea is available, as well as a local afternoon tea. Guests can indulge in delicacies inspired by the region, along with effervescent custom blend teas and coffee.

 

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