The tea party is an institution with a long and storied history. No, not that one. Whether it be in the heady days of the Raj, the rarified air of an afternoon sitting at the Dorchester or, indeed, putting your headdress on and dumping it all in Boston Harbour, the ritual of water, herbs and company is well ingrained and widely followed. The Tea Party on Singapore’s Pasir Panjang Road might not have the heritage of the aforementioned brewfests – they’ve only been open since 2013, so give them a break – but they have the repertoire down to a tea. That means scones and cakes for the sweet toothed among us, plus plenty of cafe classics for those with a bigger appetite: we’d advise heading along to Pasir Panjang on a Saturday for their all-day brunch. Found just steps from Pasir Panjang station on the Circle Line, The Tea Party is easy to reach. Book a table now.
Great pastas and soup! We loved this cafe from its previous location. Accessible location from public transport; just a short walk from train station/bus stop.
Cosy eatery that serves good western and asian fare. Popular with the lunch crowd. Coffee is good too and so are the cakes. Good value set meals.