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Daily: 7am till late

$49 based on 8 reviews
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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++. See what foodies like this place for
ArcticStar • 26 Apr 2014252 reviews 1 followers

The dimly-lit interior was spacious and exquisitely-furnished in rich, refined tones and sleek, classic English furniture. It was comfort at first sight, without being too ostentatious or intimidating in its elegance. The service staff were all pleasant and friendly.
 
 The High Tea concept here is rather interesting - consisting of a short buffet counter and also a two-tiered tray of savoury goodies served to us shortly upon being seated. The buffet counter showcases an array of cakes and...

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ArcticStar • 26 Apr 2014252 reviews 1 followers

The dimly-lit interior was spacious and exquisitely-furnished in rich, refined tones and sleek, classic English furniture. It was comfort at first sight, without being too ostentatious or intimidating in its elegance. The service staff were all pleasant and friendly.
 
 The High Tea concept here is rather interesting - consisting of a short buffet counter and also a two-tiered tray of savoury goodies served to us shortly upon being seated. The buffet counter showcases an array of cakes and...

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Madame Chewy • 30 Dec 2013113 reviews 7 followers

For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2013/12/30/afternoon-tea-buffet-at-10-scotts/ 
(I can't everything there due to the word limit)
 
I have not dined in Grand Hyatt before and what attracted me here was a picture of a flowerpot in Her World Magazine.So what’s with this flowerpot? Well, its an ice cream dessert which is part of the afternoon tea spread, made with hazelnut ice cream, crushed biscuits (soil), raspberries(fruits) and edible flowers. Sounds interesting, doesn’t it? But upon arrival...

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Sandra Taylor • 10 Apr 20133 reviews 4 followers

To be fair, my bad experience started when I entered Grand Hyatt hotel. As such, it was pretty much carried forward to 10 Scotts, so please read the review with a grain of salt.
 
Hyatt apparently still carry discrimination to local-looking people who dressed in normal office attire sans jacket. I do not appreciate them following my friend, just because she didn't dress up like she's going to a black tie party.
 
We were there after dinner to...

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