One of Britain's best-known traditions has become more famous in Bangkok with a bevy of cafes offering afternoon tea. If you love biting into scones slathered with butter and jam, or just sipping aromatic tea with small bites of dessert, we're pretty sure you would appreciate this list of the finest afternoon teas in Bangkok. Sweet tooths should also check out our guide to the best dessert cafes in Bangkok.
The best afternoon tea in Bangkok
Serendib is a former name of Sri Lanka, and this is a Sri Lankan-inspired restaurant own by a Japanese person. As strange as it sounds, it’s another reason to try the food here. They offer a wide range of food from the classic BLT sandwich to Sri Lankan pork curry served with okra chutney and papadom. There’s also a long list of tea to pair with your meal such as Soursop and Nuwara Eliya Pekoe ceylon ordered hot or cold. For the royal milk tea, they recommend to pair with its perfect combination, freshly baked scones served with clotted cream and raspberry jam.
Ronnefeldt is an old tea room in Germany that was founded since 1823. Hand picked and crafted for the best tea collections. Morgentau is the one you can’t miss, a fragrant green tea infused with pedals, mango, and lemon. Gaysorn blend and Bangkok blend are their signatures that only serve here. For beginner, the milky oolong is recommended with the creamier taste. This lounge also offer scones, chocolate, and small appetizers to enjoy with your favourite brew.
Delighted with an afternoon tea in the a colonial style building that was built since 1889. They serves freshly baked pastries such as cakes, muffins, tarts, and eclairs that you can enjoy with the premium TWG tea. Their highlight is the scones that served with homemade clotted cream and fruity jam of your choice.