Easter Afternoon Tea in Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park [Food Vlog 40] 海德公园文华东方酒店复活节下午茶

Today, I am excited to share with you my wonderful experience of indulging in an Easter-themed afternoon tea at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the heart of London. The Mandarin Oriental is a renowned luxury hotel, and this experience was truly a journey of delightful flavors and elegant ambiance.

Now, let’s delve even deeper into the heart of the experience and uncover the intricate details of the exquisite Easter afternoon tea that graced the tables at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

As I entered the hotel’s elegantly appointed tea room, I was immediately enveloped in an ambiance of refined luxury and understated opulence. Complementing this array of delights was an impressive selection of teas, each carefully chosen to elevate the flavors of the treats. From the delicate and nuanced notes of assorted White Teas and Flowering Teas to the velvety richness of Moonlight Teas and Sticky Rice Teas, the tea selection was a journey in itself.

For those seeking caffeine-free options, the Tisanes Teas were a soothing choice, while the Oolong Teas and Pu-erh Teas offered a unique exploration of flavors.

Starting with the savory offerings, the selection of sandwiches was nothing short of exceptional. Scottish smoked salmon paired harmoniously with nori, while crayfish mingled with wakame in a delightful dance of flavors.

The braised corn-fed chicken breast provided a succulent and tender bite, and the roasted Hereford beef brought a robust and satisfying element to the assortment. For vegetarians, the goat’s cheese and roasted golden beetroot sandwich offered a savory and earthy option. Personally, I loves all the sandwiches that they offered.

Moving on to the next course, freshly baked plain and raisin scones took the spotlight. Served warm, they were accompanied by indulgent offerings of Cornish clotted cream and an assortment of delightful jams, including strawberry jam, rose petal jelly, and peach jam. The combination of flaky scones with these delectable toppings was a true delight.

The highlight of the dessert selection was the array of handmade pastries, each crafted with precision and creativity. The Lemon Macaron offered a delicate balance of tangy and sweet, while the Easter Mandarin Fan showcased the brightness of citrus flavors.

The Apricot Plant pastry celebrated the season’s fruits, and the Spring Opera dessert revealed layers of taste and texture. The Hazelnut Chocolate Lingot was a masterpiece of rich and nutty flavors, and the special Easter Egg Ice Cream, prepared by the talented Executive Pastry Chef Emmanuel Bonneau, was a delightful surprise that combined the joy of Easter with the satisfaction of indulging in an artisanal treat.

Finally, to round off this culinary journey, a barista’s special hot chocolate awaited. This comforting and velvety drink provided a perfect ending note, warming both the heart and the palate.

In conclusion, my experience of indulging in an Easter hi-tea at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London was truly unforgettable. The attention to detail, the exquisite flavors, and the elegant setting made for a perfect afternoon of indulgence and relaxation.

If you ever find yourself in London during the Easter season, I highly recommend treating yourself to this delightful culinary journey at the Mandarin Oriental.

It’s a celebration of both the season and the art of afternoon tea that you won’t want to miss.

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