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Welcome the Year of the Rabbit with afternoon tea at The St. Regis Toronto

Welcome the Year of the Rabbit with afternoon tea at The St. Regis Toronto

Welcome the Year of the Rabbit with afternoon tea at The St. Regis Toronto

Raise a glass to the Year of the Rabbit in one of the city’s most sophisticated spots: Astor Lounge at The St. Regis Toronto. A perennial go-to for its Afternoon Tea Ritual, the lounge is known for exuberantly creative menus inspired by the city and by the calendar’s most important dates. Enjoy the team’s novel Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea and welcome the Chinese Zodiac’s 4th animal with an abundance of charming savouries, a wealth of dainty desserts and style to spare.

Predicted to bring luck, hope and peace, you’ll want to welcome the Year of the Rabbit with arms wide open. Since few things help prep one for the future quite like relaxation, luxury and mini parcels bursting with Peking duck and yuzu pearls, you’ll want to reserve your Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea, stat. 

Available Thursday through to Sunday, between January 12 and 29, each festive menu comprises a variety of tasty tidbits you can enjoy as you take in Astor Lounge’s singular ambiance. Sip on Champagne as you whet your appetite with a savoury selection that includes Pork Belly Bao, Champagne & Kumquat Tart and 65 Degrees Lobster & Caviar.

From there, select a favourite tea from Sloane Fine Tea Merchants to enjoy alongside an array of sweets infused with classic Chinese flavours. With every bite of the Five Spice & Pecan Scones, the Oolong Mascarpone Mousse, the Black Sesame Profiteroles and the Fried Sesame Ball with hazelnut praline ganache, you’ll feel the joy of the moment running through your veins and readying you for the year to come.

Visit OpenTable to reserve your Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea. Then, head to The St. Regis Toronto and share an exquisite moment with the people you cherish most.   

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Lunar New Year

St. Regis Toronto

Afternoon Tea

Year of the Rabbit

Welcome the Year of the Rabbit with afternoon tea at The St. Regis Toronto

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Welcome the Year of the Rabbit with afternoon tea at The St. Regis Toronto

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Raise a glass to the Year of the Rabbit in one of the city’s most sophisticated spots: Astor Lounge at The St. Regis Toronto. A perennial go-to for its Afternoon Tea Ritual, the lounge is known for exuberantly creative menus inspired by the city and by the calendar’s most important dates. Enjoy the team’s novel Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea and welcome the Chinese Zodiac’s 4th animal with an abundance of charming savouries, a wealth of dainty desserts and style to spare.

Predicted to bring luck, hope and peace, you’ll want to welcome the Year of the Rabbit with arms wide open. Since few things help prep one for the future quite like relaxation, luxury and mini parcels bursting with Peking duck and yuzu pearls, you’ll want to reserve your Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea, stat. 

Available Thursday through to Sunday, between January 12 and 29, each festive menu comprises a variety of tasty tidbits you can enjoy as you take in Astor Lounge’s singular ambiance. Sip on Champagne as you whet your appetite with a savoury selection that includes Pork Belly Bao, Champagne & Kumquat Tart and 65 Degrees Lobster & Caviar.

From there, select a favourite tea from Sloane Fine Tea Merchants to enjoy alongside an array of sweets infused with classic Chinese flavours. With every bite of the Five Spice & Pecan Scones, the Oolong Mascarpone Mousse, the Black Sesame Profiteroles and the Fried Sesame Ball with hazelnut praline ganache, you’ll feel the joy of the moment running through your veins and readying you for the year to come.

Visit OpenTable to reserve your Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea. Then, head to The St. Regis Toronto and share an exquisite moment with the people you cherish most.   

Tags:

Lunar New Year

St. Regis Toronto

Afternoon Tea

Year of the Rabbit