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Majestic Wing, The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur
5 Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin
Kuala Lumpur 50000

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

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One thing I really loved their teatime other than their friendly service was the hot savory food that served tgt with the set. 2pax for RM220 during my last visit and reminder the twining tea is not refillable because they using loose tea instead of teabag so additional RM30 to refill.

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I'm not a high tea person because the food is usually average. Since we were in the area we popped in for one of the most popular high teas in KL. Choice of tea (Darjeeling) or coffee only.

P/S Reservations a must on weekends, or you can try walking in around 4-430pm when people get fed up of eating tiny morsels of averageness.

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The beautiful and pretty high tea stand and petite desserts at the Majestic Hotel.
I'd love to mention how hard it was to get to majestic hotel once you make a wrong turning. But it was all worth the drive because Majestic Hotel is so beautiful! Definitely a great place for a photo shoot with a colonial back ground.
I chose to have the afternoon tea at the colonial cafe/tea lounge because I thought the orchid room wasn't worth paying RM 50 extra for, and I'm not really a fan of flowers. The tea lounge or the drawing room was equally as beautiful nevertheless!
From top to bottom, sweet miniature cakes (red velvet, lemon mouse, basic cheesecake, carrot cake, and some berry white chocolate mousse), scones (2 plain, one raisin) with cream and berry compote on the side, savoury sandwiches (egg mayo, salmon, cucumber, chicken and mushroom(?), and tuna) and hot dishes (pan fried dumplings, pan fried spring rolls, and some acar/pickled vegetables cupcakes.) My favourite of everything is the cheesecake, scones, and the pan fried dishes. AND TEACUPS! The last place I went to that has this sort of "proper" teacups was at Jaslyn Cakes. My least favourite was the cucumber sandwich bites and lemon mouse cake.
I was a little disappointed at how simple and low cost the savoury sandwich bites were. Although the breads were delicious, the fillings other than salmon was rather disappointing. I guess the cakes were more pricey!
It was a good experience though! I'll definitely comeback to enjoy some tea and desserts. Paying for the ambience and splurging once in a while to rewind from all the hustle and bustle of studies and deadlines? I did come here a day after my finals. It was a satisfying stress reliever.
Food: 8/10 Price: 8/10 (RM 55++ per person. I thought it was more expensive. About 100+ maybe? But nope! The price is almost on par with TWG Afternoon tea sets.) Tip: They're mostly fully booked and crowded on weekends. Go on a weekday when it's almost empty so that you don't have to crowd with people.

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