Hi-Tea origins from Europe country named English High Tea. English High Tea usually involved a mug of tea, bread, vegetables, cheese and occasionally meat. Variations on high tea could include the addition of pies, potatoes and crackers.
So while Afternoon Tea was largely a social event for their upper class counterparts, high tea was a necessary meal in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. This traditional high tea still exists for some parts of the North and Scotland.
Recently, there are many dining places such as hotels, restaurants and cafes has starting to implement Hi-Tea to their menu in Malaysia.
Elements KL Hotel has came out with an innovated Art Tea Pastry Hi-Tea set for their guess to enjoy at their Trace Restaurant locate at their 40th floor lobby.
Their special Art Tea Pastry Hi-Tea includes;
The Hi-Tea set comes with a choice of either Olong, Black Tea, White Tea or Green Tea.
Price: RM78nett for 2 persons for Limited Time Offer Only. For more information on Element Kuala Lumpur’s Hi-Tea, visit https://www.facebook.com/ElementKualaLumpur