The Chinese Whispers Afternoon Tea at Kai

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Afternoon Tea

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Afternoon Tea
Take this moment with a close friend and spill your stories and secrets. Dip into the “Jar of Whispers and Conversations” for thought-provoking conversation starters that will really get you talking.

Michelin-starred Kai Mayfair’s Chinese Whispers afternoon tea sets the mood for a relaxed and intimate chat where you can share juicy pieces of gossip along with your gourmet sweets. Infuse your favourite social meetups with the energising flavour of a faraway Eastern haven. Here’s where songbirds sing, Mah Jong tiles chatter, and your secrets are free to whisper in the breeze.

Sip a flight of tea cocktails, nibble on Willy Wong’s ‘Apothecary Macarons’ with clotted cream and sample our most talked about desserts in miniature. Enjoy Chinese-inspired savory snacks including Bao with Crispy Duck and Marble Tea Egg.

Call your friends. Make a date. Pick an outfit. Because your best stories won’t keep till tomorrow!

Available daily between 1430 and 1630.

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Daily 2:30PM - 4:30PM

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Dined on October 20, 2019
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This was a delightful and innovative take on the afternoon tea. The service was attentive and the food quality was extremely high. Empty plates were quickly restocked. All the thoughtful touches made for a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

AM
London
9 reviews
Dined on October 2, 2019
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This new addition is a terrific contribution to luxury tea offerings in Mayfair. Absolutely unique they have done a good job translating the quintessential english afternoon tea into their very own chinese version mixing sweet and savoury. Still relatively new so a bit quiet but I can only think its going to get busier and busier. Great option for afternoon tea.