Since the British colonial rule, Singaporeans have enjoyed the English tradition of High Tea. The iconic Raffles Singapore has one of the most famous High Teas in the world and I too followed that tradition (a few years ago on a quick tour of Singapore) in the Tiffin room with tea, finger sandwiches, chicken pies and pastries followed by the famed Singapore Sling cocktail which was apparently created by a Raffles bartender at the turn of the 19th century.
miss b recommends:
- booking in advance
- treating a friend!
199 Dhirams ( about £34) for two or for an extra-special treat 399 Dhirams ( about £68) for two with bubbly