Immerse in the Luxury of a Leisurely Afternoon Tea at the Heart of Kuala Lumpur
Usher in the new year with a perfectly steeped cup of tea paired with scrumptious pastries inspired by tea cultures from around the world at Newens Tea House. Catering to those who enjoy and appreciate the finer things in life, Newens has curated a variety of delectable artisan delicacies through its A Journey Through Tea series for the whole year, beginning with the Traditional English High Tea, Spring in China Tea and Cherry Blossom Afternoon Tea for the first three months.
Newens welcomes the month of January with the Traditional English High Tea.
Indulge in tiers of classic favourites featuring Chocolate Flavoured Maids Of Honour Tart, Apple Flavoured Maids Of Honour Tart, Scones served with Clotted Cream and Preserves, Finger Sandwiches filled with Salmon, Beef and Cucumber, Cheese with Crackers, English Trifle, Red Velvet Cake and Lemon Meringue Tart. High tea is accompanied with free-flow of the rich and piquant Orange Pekoe Tea.
In conjunction with the Lunar New Year in February, Newens introduces Spring in China Tea.
Cascading down the three-tiered cake stand are flavourful pastries and oriental specialities such as the Shanghainese Sizzling Chicken Dumplings, Osmanthus Flower Jelly with Water Chestnuts, Steamed Layer Cake with Custard Cream and Salted Egg Yolk, Baked Crispy Chicken Puffs, Baked Egg Tarts, Pineapple Tarts and Fruit Cake.
This is complemented with free-flow of Pai Mu Tan tea, also known as white peony which is a sweet, mild Chinese tea made from unopened tea buds.
To commemorate the season of cherry blossom in Japan, Newens will be serving a Japanese-inspired tea for the month of March.
Tea connoisseurs can relish their cravings with the Cherry Blossom Afternoon Tea which features delicious Sakura-Themed Mini Cakes, California Hand Rolls, Salmon
Sashimi, Makimono Tamago – Omelettes in a Roll, Makimono Kani – Crabmeat in a Roll and Pralines. This afternoon tea experience comes paired with free-flow of the aromatic Wild Cherry Tea.
These thematic tea experiences are available throughout each respective month from 2.30pm to 5.30pm at MYR 150 nett per set. Details of Newens Tea House are also available on Feast Village website, www.feastvillage.com.
Contact Newens Tea House for more information at +60 3 2719 8550 or firstname.lastname@example.org To make things even simpler when planning on what to eat, guests can make reservations online on the website.
Newens Tea House is renowned for their 300-year-old tea drinking heritage that has been re-imagined for the 21st century. Immerse in the luxury of a leisurely afternoon tea, English-style, accompanied by the famous Maids of Honour tart.
Newens is a place in Kuala Lumpur where tea aficionados and those who appreciate the finer things in life can enjoy and appreciate the joy of the perfectly steeped cup of tea – just how they like it.
Be pampered by our friendly and knowledgeable staff in traditional uniforms as you peruse a menu of delectable cakes, pastries, savoury pies and tarts including our world-renowned Original Maids of Honour tart – first enjoyed by King Henry VIII in the 1500s. Whether you wish for a refreshing cup of tea or fancy a light bite in the afternoon, you can be assured of a relaxing and memorable experience at Newens Tea House.