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Enjoy afternoon tea at JW Café

Have a gourmet time at JW Café’s weekend afternoon tea buffet

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Sit back, relax, and enjoy an exquisite afternoon tea at JW Café in the JW Marriott this weekend. There’s nothing more appealing than a decadent buffet filled with an array of international and Asian specialties plus a few sweet treats to keep you satisfied all weekend long.

We guarantee you’ll be lining up for more after tasting gourmet delights crafted by JW Café’s executive sous chef, Tony Wong. Dig into popular dishes including double-boiled fish maw and abalone soup with young coconut, hand-crafted dim sum specialties, baked mushroom in cream sauce and crispy crab claws stuffed with shrimp mousse and mango. Is your mouth watering yet?

JW Café’s signature buffet also hosts one of Hong Kong’s best salad bars, boasting over 18 types of fresh produce for diners to create their very own salads. Get creative and top off your salad with your favourite dressing and meat or seafood for a healthy meal that will keep your tastebuds satisfied. Don’t forget about the great selection of premium cold cuts and fresh sushi and sashimi as well – there’s a lot to choose from so make sure you try a bit of everything.

There’s always room for dessert, and the offer at JW Café is one of the best in town, offering an array of sweet treats and decadent selections from the dedicated pastry team. Treat yourself to refreshing plum wine jelly topped with yuzu foam, Portuguese egg tarts, or indulge in JW Café’s signature Hong Kong opera cake made with yuan yang (milk tea and coffee), chestnuts and egg tart. There's also a wide selection of petit fours, cakes, pies and much more. You’re sweet tooth will thank you.

JW Café Weekend afternoon tea buffet is available every Sat, Sun and public holiday from 3:15-5pm, $308 per adult and $208 per child. Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, JW Marriott, for more details and reservations call 2810 8366.

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