One expects to find a great high tea in London, maybe Hong Kong or Singapore, but Bangkok. Bangkok’s Erawan Tearoom offers and exceptional high tea with a Thai flair. You get ample sweets and savories all styled impeccably to delight the eyes as well as the palate. I loved the mango sticky rice and scones. I’m a scone buff and these were light and tasty. Just right.
I ordered hot tea grown in Chiang Mai from the dozens available and loved the tea pots, which were silver with intricate designs. I considered buying one as a souvenir but as they were over $100, I couldn’t rationalize the purchase. Don’t worry though, at 150 baht, the price for high tea is about half what you’d pay in North America.
High tea is offered from 2:30 – 6:00pm every day.
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