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10 Scotts

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10 SCOTTS overlooks the hotel’s five-storey waterfall and features a selection of snacks, premium teas and liquor, perfect for afternoon tea with 2 seatings daily, or evening cocktails. Afternoon tea starts at $43++.

Daily: 7am till late

+65 67321234
$49 based on 12 submissions
High Tea (6 votes), Quiet (5 votes), Chillout (4 votes)
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Luxurious High Tea set affair with Semi-Buffet!

For full review & photos, please visit: 
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/09/luxurious-weekend-afternoon-tea-at-10.html

This place is quite 'atas' so i would suggest that you not dress too casually.  The service here was quite good but not warm... Plates were cleared regularly, food and beverages were served promptly. 
The afternoon tea comes in a 2-Tier Stand + Semi Buffet + Free Flow of Coffee, Tea, Iced/Hot chocolate and Freshly Squeezed Fruit Juices!

The best thing about having high tea at 10 Scotts - All food and beverages are refillable and no restriction on the switch of beverages!
There're 3 things that need to be improved here:
1) The staff should check with the guests if this is their first visit to the high tea. If this is their first visit, the staff should make an effort to introduce the buffet counter especially the hidden chiller behind the cheese & ham counter - not all guests will notice it and they wouldn't know that they can actually walk inside the counter to open the chiller themselves unless they ask the staff. They should introduce the fried egg dessert as well since it was not shown at the counter with any tag.. 2) They should put up labels at the buffet counter so that we know what we were eating and  save the hassle to check with the staff..   3) Quality of food and dessert were quite good. But the prices here are on the high side so we find that the items on the 2-tier stand were too ordinary, nothing special. We hope to see more creativity new items!

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  • Brownie1 vote
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  • Fried Crab Cake1 vote
  • Prawn and Quail Egg Salad1 vote
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• 09 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Obnoxious

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My husband decided to take our two little boys who are under 3 and myself to have a lovely afternoon high tea. The minute we walked in there we were seated by this European lady who seemed really obnoxious. She was not friendly at all. She didn't once smiled and she seemed really annoyed with my boys. My boys were a bit loud but then again they are just children. The food is average. A bit dark and very quiet. The staff were nice it was just that European lady who made the whole experience unpleasant. She came across very arrogant. I've been to many other high tea places in Singapore. This one have to be the worst. Think twice before coming here.
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• 12 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Read reviews before heading down and ix our 1st visit. Food is up to standard but not many varieties. Kind of disappointed
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• 23 Sep 2014 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Luxurious High Tea set affair with Semi-Buffet!

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Coffee
Drinks
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Quality
Location
For full review & photos, please visit: 
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/09/luxurious-weekend-afternoon-tea-at-10.html

This place is quite 'atas' so i would suggest that you not dress too casually.  The service here was quite good but not warm... Plates were cleared regularly, food and beverages were served promptly. 
The afternoon tea comes in a 2-Tier Stand + Semi Buffet + Free Flow of Coffee, Tea, Iced/Hot chocolate and Freshly Squeezed Fruit Juices!

The best thing about having high tea at 10 Scotts - All food and beverages are refillable and no restriction on the switch of beverages!
There're 3 things that need to be improved here:
1) The staff should check with the guests if this is their first visit to the high tea. If this is their first visit, the staff should make an effort to introduce the buffet counter especially the hidden chiller behind the cheese & ham counter - not all guests will notice it and they wouldn't know that they can actually walk inside the counter to open the chiller themselves unless they ask the staff. They should introduce the fried egg dessert as well since it was not shown at the counter with any tag.. 2) They should put up labels at the buffet counter so that we know what we were eating and  save the hassle to check with the staff..   3) Quality of food and dessert were quite good. But the prices here are on the high side so we find that the items on the 2-tier stand were too ordinary, nothing special. We hope to see more creativity new items!

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