Our Top 5 Afternoon Tea Spots In Dubai

Whatever type of afternoon tea you’re after, the UAE is truly blessed with a whole host of different options. Whether it be mini cucumber sandwiches that tickle your fancy or freshly baked scones, our beloved city is brimming with fancy places offering this age-old tradition.

Worried about the calories? Please don’t. Calories don’t count when everything is cut up into bite-sized pieces.

The Champagne and Tea Lounge

Offer: Afternoon Tea
Location: Dukes, the Palm Jumeirah

This venue ticks all the boxes for the ultimate afternoon tea… With a difference. You see, The Champagne and Tea Lounge has been very clever indeed and have created an afternoon tea full of delicate twists and turns making for a delightful change from the norm. Dukes is very British anyway so this place is a great spot for a real taste of a traditional afternoon tea with some surprises.

Shai Salon

Offer: Afternoon Tea
Location: Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach

As soon as you discover Shai Salon nestled within the gorgeous Four Seasons Resort Dubai you know you’re in for a treat. But don’t let the plush furnishings and soft background music fool you. This little spot is deadly serious when it comes to afternoon tea and packs one hell of a punch. With a quintessentially British experience with options such as the egg & cress sandwich, smoked salmon sandwich, traditional cakes (hello victoria sponge!), and a whole range of JING Teas on offer (80 varieties to be precise!), this is an afternoon tea you won’t forget in hurry.

Sultan’s Lounge

Offer: Afternoon Tea
Location: Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah

Sultan’s, situated in the stunning Zabeel Saray with spectacular views of the Dubai Marina, JLT, and JBR comes into its own at high tea time when the heavenliest sandwiches are precursors to some of Dubai’s best scones and pastries. As beautiful to look at as everything is to eat this afternoon tea is really quite something.

Go on, treat yourself and your favourite person to a sophisticated afternoon tea. Especially as all of these amazing places are available in your ENTERTAINER!

For now, only one delicate question known to ruffle countless of feathers remains. What should be applied first to those deliciously moreish fluffy scone – clotted cream or jam?

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