Disney is a fairly well known entertainment brand and we had afternoon tea at one of their hotels that make up the Hong Kong branch of their resort parks. The hotel has a very kitschy look and whilst only ten years old, is based a Victorian theme, which is not that bad aesthetically to be honest. Afternoon tea is held in the lobby of the building. Chairs are comfortable and elegant, with the tableware and crockery sharing the same elegance, shown in the picture below. The overall lobby space is a busy (and fairly loud) area though, with plenty of mainland tourists coming and going.
|Tea and Condiments|
|Platter of Food|
A main course was included in this set. There was a choice to pick from and I opted for the mini Wagyu burger, which true to form was small and not very filling. It looked cute and was not bad in taste though.
We expected better from this type of establishment. Service was standard as well without being exceptional although the staff make the effort to wear Victorian type clothes. Value for money could have better as well. Overall probably the low point of our fun day out to Disneyland.
Total Bill: 427HKD, about £18 a head.
We ate: Afternoon tea set for tea.
We drank: Earl Grey Tea.
I wore: Sunday casuals, with no gimmicky ears.