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The Lobby Bar (Sheraton Towers)

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The Lobby Bar at Sheraton Towers offers wines, beers and liquors as well as bar-snacks such as oysters, spicy buffalo wings and fries.

English Afternoon Tea and Chocolate Fondue available daily from 2.00pm - 5.00pm.

Daily: 9.00am - 1.00am

+65 68395625
$18 based on 6 submissions
High Tea (4 votes), Quiet (3 votes)
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Recommended Afternoon Tea Only if There's 1 For 1 Credit Card Promotion!

For full review & photos, please visit: http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/afternoon-tea-at-lobby-bar-39-scotts.html

The service here was quite bad. No smile from the waitress and they seemed impatient though i know they were busy. This place was quite crowded on weekends, didn't feel relax at all (Perhaps we were given the seats near their entrance). The round table was super small and cramped with just a 3 Tier Stand + 1 Pot of Tea and 1 Coffee. The high tea food items were average. But Citibank 1 for 1 only costs $38.84 for 2 pax so it's still worth it to try once..

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• 16 Jun 2014 • 118 reviews • 0 follower

Recommended Afternoon Tea Only if There's 1 For 1 Credit Card Promotion!

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For full review & photos, please visit: http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/afternoon-tea-at-lobby-bar-39-scotts.html

The service here was quite bad. No smile from the waitress and they seemed impatient though i know they were busy. This place was quite crowded on weekends, didn't feel relax at all (Perhaps we were given the seats near their entrance). The round table was super small and cramped with just a 3 Tier Stand + 1 Pot of Tea and 1 Coffee. The high tea food items were average. But Citibank 1 for 1 only costs $38.84 for 2 pax so it's still worth it to try once..
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• 05 May 2014 • 63 reviews • 2 followers

1-for-1 English Afternoon Tea Set

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Recently a certain credit card is having a 1-for-1 promotion for its high tea set. I decide to take my mummy to enjoy the promotion since Mothers' Day is just around this month. The place is quite cozy with comfortable sofas and armchairs. Best of all there is not much people. Besides us, there is only 3 more tables are occupied.

The set ($33++) comes with
Assorted Open Faced Sandwich
Smoked Salmon with Cream
Small portion of Green Salad
Scones
Chocolate Tart, Rasberry Tart
Cheese Cake, Macaroon
Chocolate Savouri
A choice of drink from a selected list on the menu. ($54++ with 2 glasses of Prosecco)
For $18++ more, it includes a Chocolate Fondue, served with seasonal fruits and mashmallows.
There is also a Japanese Afternoon Tea Set which costs $39++.

From the selected drink list, I have the Chamomile Tea which is light and refreshing. It is in tea bag form and hot water is refillable. The tea is served with a small jar of honey, if one needs it to sweeten the tea. Mother has the Hot Chocolate which is thick and chocolaty.

The food is served in a 3-tier high tea set with jam and cream by the side. At the bottom tray, lies Assorted Open Faced Sandwich, Smoked Salmon with Cream, and Small portion of Green Salad in the centre. The sandwich is simple and tasty, especially the one topped with cheese and dried fruit, which has a fruity taste and balance the cheese well. The salad is simple and refreshing. In the middle tray, we have Chocolate Tart, Rasberry Tart, Cheese Cake, Macaroon, and Chocolate Savouri. Cute looking and petite looking. Tasty and not too sweet. At the top tray, it is the Scones, served with juicy strawberries. Although the scones looks hard, but is actually quite soft. Topped with cream and jam, it is very tasty.

Overall it is a light and filling meal. Very relaxing place to pass the time.


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• 16 Aug 2012 • 145 reviews • 8 followers

Not bad!

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For pictures and full review of the western afternoon tea set, pls visit:

http://madamechewy.wordpress.com/2012/08/16/afternoon-tea-at-the-lobby-sheraton-towers/ For the Japanese afternoon tea set: http://madamechewy.wordpress.com/2012/11/04/sheraton-japanese-1-for-1-high-tea/
Since Sheraton Towers Hotel’s Lobby Bar was having a 1 for 1 promotion for afternoon tea, I dropped by with K to give it a try.The Lobby Bar serves English Afternoon tea for $33++ per pax and Japanese Afternoon Tea for $39++ per pax. We paid about only about $19 each; very happy with the bargain!

The ambience was cosy and quiet, with ample space between each table for privacy, making it a perfect place to engage in long catch up sessions with girlfriends. Quality and variety of the food was satisfactory, for the amount we paid. The Manager provided good service; but the others were oblivious to customers waving for their attention.

As the portion of the afternoon tea set is quite filling, I suggest having a very light lunch before visiting. K was struggling to finish up her share of food.

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