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Cheerful Afternoon Tea at St. Regis Kuala Lumpur in The Drawing Room

Cheerful Afternoon Tea at St. Regis Kuala Lumpur in The Drawing Room

St. Regis Kuala Lumpur is the new kid in town and they are bringing us afternoon tea in The Drawing Room with a French twist.  Both the executive chef of St. Regis KL and the pastry chef are français and it comes through in their version of high tea.

For a personal tour, watch my video (shared originally on Instagram):

Served from 3 – 5pm daily, afternoon tea is a relatively healthy affair … with one option to choose from (sadly no ‘bubbles’ package) that includes 5 different teas, 4 or 5 savoury canapé-sized sandwiches, plain or cranberry scones served with homemade jam or clotted cream, and 5 different sweet pastries.  Absolutely everything is homemade on-site.

Afternoon Tea in The Drawing Room

The ceilings are high, the chairs and love seats are comfortable, and The Drawing Room is the perfect place to catch up with friends and enjoy the decadence of St. Regis KL’s afternoon tea.  When I was there, The Drawing Room filled up with tables of friends who looked absolutely elegantly dressed for a stroll in the gardens of le château de Versailles in springtime. 

The cost is RM140 per person and the setting is gorgeous … sitting at the foot of Malaysia’s first horse sculpture by Fernando Botero, the internationally renowned artist from Medellin.

Connect with St. Regis Kuala Lumpur for Afternoon Tea

For more information or to book a table for afternoon tea in The Drawing Room visit their website.  Alternatively you can call them on +603.2727.1111 or email to dining.kualalumpur@stregis.com.

XOXO Angela

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Angela Carson
Angela Carson

I am Angela, a location independent single mom from California (AngelaCarson on YouTube). At 21, I dropped out of uni to travel Mexico solo. I’ve explored 37 countries, living in Spain and India with my daughter, then China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and currently Indonesia as an empty nester. For more, check out the About Me page.

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