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TWG Tea Salon & Boutique (Marina Bay Sands)

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This fine luxury tea brand offers over 800 of the world greatest single estate teas and exclusive blends. Shoppers can enjoy a cuppa at the store's intimate tea salon where breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner selections are served.

Mon - Thu: 10:30 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 10:00 - 00:00

Eve of PH: 10:00 - 00:00

Sun: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 65351837
$38 based on 28 submissions
High Tea (15 votes), Dinner (9 votes), Lunch (8 votes)
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Yummy Macarons!

I was in my office and my colleague popped over with a box of TWG Macaroons. 
 It’s the red strawberry flavoured ones. The macaroon is not sweet and the sweetness is just right. The almond filling is also nice.,   It's nice! TWG also have a variety of flavours available you can order, which comes in a pack of 6 or bigger packs.   Also a great place for tea to go with your macaroons!

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• 23 Mar 2015 • 343 reviews • 3 followers

Yummy Macarons!

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I was in my office and my colleague popped over with a box of TWG Macaroons. 
 It’s the red strawberry flavoured ones. The macaroon is not sweet and the sweetness is just right. The almond filling is also nice.,   It's nice! TWG also have a variety of flavours available you can order, which comes in a pack of 6 or bigger packs.   Also a great place for tea to go with your macaroons!
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 439 reviews • 7 followers

Always a wonderful experience

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Always one of my very favorite tea salons because of the posh ambience, soothing World music, good service and exquisite table / tea ware - on top of great selection of teas (more than 800!), food and snacks, I alternate between the outlets at Ion Orchard and Marina Bay Sands.

While I miss the sandwiches with the french toast that we had some years back, I don't mind their current sandwiches as well. The afternoon set of finger sandwiches is at SGD$24.00 for 3 types of sandwiches, and we chose the Cucumber Mayo, Chicken Breast and Smoked Salmon ones. The crust is crispy, the bread is tender, and the ingredients are tasty.

I also tried the Apricot Cod (SGD$28.00), one of my currently favoritest fish done right - tender yet bouncy in its freshness, made crispy by the sprinkling of seaweed / sesame atop the dish. The slightly-sour flavor of the apricot sauce was a lovely accompaniment; and the mashed potato by the side was divine.

The Macaroons (SGD$2.00 each) are lovely as well, with crispy but soft biscuit coating and rich tea-infused creams. This time, we had the Rose and Chocolate ones.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/01/brunch-at-twg-marina-bay-sands.html
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• 23 Jul 2014 • 139 reviews • 7 followers

Value for money set meal

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For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2014/07/22/lunch-twg/

For ladies that lunch, The Wellness Group (TWG) is a heavenly spot. Many are familiar with this tea room being a popular afternoon tea destination, but did you know they offer excellant value for money set lunch and dinner as well?

I recommend checking out the dessert trolley before taking a seat. The set menu includes either a specially prepared dessert, or you can opt for a selection from the dessert trolley.

There’s only one choice for main course and today its Roasted Chicken leg coated with Asian spices,  Taiping Houkui infused butter rice and French Beans. It’s not easy for a classic chicken dish to go wrong, but neither is it easy to conjure one that exceeds expectations. With succulent and juicy meat within, it was well roasted with skill. The skin had a nice crisps and is beautifully flavorsome. The rice beneath was a tad hard for my liking, but the buttery goodness made up for it.

Accompanying the main course were homemade spicy dip and an irresistible fluffy bun. A pot of tea of your choice is included in the set lunch menu; I had my usual fragrant Vanilla Bourbon tea.

We noticed another couple enjoying a lavish blue cake and hence choose it over the special dessert of the day. The Blueberry and White Chocolate cake with macarons arrived on a chilled plate. Blueberries scattered amongst the moist sponge cake gave bursts of sweetness and texture. My only complain? The white chocolate was not prominent because it was overwhelmed by too much cream.
It’s always a pleasure to find a place like TWG, where you are assured a warm welcome and attentive service. The set menu is available on weekdays for both lunch and dinner. A main course and tea will set you back $29++ while a main course, tea and dessert cost $35++.    
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