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Following the tradition of afternoon tea
27 Dec

An afternoon tea is as important and enjoyable as a breakfast, lunch or dinner. And what better than to enjoy a well-laid afternoon tea spread while relaxing in the exotic weather of Bali. The Awarta’s Long Table Restaurant allows you to enjoy afternoon tea with your family in outdoor environment or at the classy signature communal table. The Awarta’s Afternoon Tea is a peek into the Peranakan cultural culinary theme of Awarta. The magnificent array of Indonesian-Chinese inspired fresh and hand-crafted snacks along with premium tea selection successfully refreshes and recharges your senses.

The afternoon tea at Awarta comprises of sumptuous dishes like Banana Fritters, Mini Scones (served with jam and cream on the side), Sticky Rice Cake with Javanese Sugar Cream, Pink Pearl Cake, Onde-Onde with Melted Salted Egg, Bakpao with Char Siu Chicken, Cassava Casserol, Chicken Sambal Matah on Sliced Cucumber all organized under the sun. In case you want to enjoy a royal experience, do try out the “Classic Afternoon Tea” which has a distinct royal taste. Enjoy in-house pastry and homemade delicious treats like Valrhona Chocolate Mousse, Lemon Meringue Tart, Earl Grey Creme Brulee, Raspberry Choux au Craquelin. Enjoy a mouthful of assorted cookies such as the double chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, and almond cookies. Also choose to indulge in Chicken Croissant Sandwich, Ham & Cheese Sandwich and Spinach Mushroom Quiche.

Credit to Awarta Nusa Dua Luxury Villas & Spa

This article is also published at NOW! Bali Magazine