10 best takeaway afternoon tea sets in Hong Kong

There’s no denying that Hong Kong loves a great afternoon tea – and now with so many venues offering takeaway tea sets, it’s never been easier to get your scone on.

We’ve rounded up 10 of the best takeaway afternoon teas currently available in Hong Kong… so all you need to do is get the tea-cups, and dig in.

Four Seasons Hong Kong

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Four Seasons might just be home to our favourite scones in Hong Kong – and with their afternoon tea often booked out weeks in advance, the takeaway set is a superb option for getting that all-important scone fix.

In addition to their much-loved scones, their new autumn afternoon tea set includes indulgent sweet treats like red velvet cake and uber-adorable teapot-shaped cassis and violet macarons, alongside equally delicious savouries like gin-cured salmon tartare with caviar, and a foie gras mousse and quince jam napoleon.

Price: HK$628 for two people

Order online at shopfourseasonshk.com; pick-up or delivery available

Four Seasons Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3196 8888 

Conrad Hong Kong

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What better way to celebrate Conrad Hong Kong’s pearl jubilee than with a sophisticated takeaway afternoon tea? Their special “Meld Of Three” 30th Anniversary tea set features a selection of signature dishes from their flagship restaurants – including mushroom duxelle vol-au-vents from Brasserie On The Eighth, homemade egg tarts from Golden Leaf, and mini tiramisus from Nicholini’s. 

Each set also includes one cute Conrad 30th Anniversary Teddy Bear, for you and your teatime companion to fight over later.

Price: HK$419 for two people

Order online at conraddining.hungrytuesday.com; pick-up only 

Conrad Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong, +852 2822 8891

The Peninsula Hong Kong

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You can now enjoy Hong Kong’s most iconic afternoon tea in the comfort of your own home, thanks to The Peninsula’s takeaway version of their Legendary Afternoon Tea.

Their current afternoon tea line-up features a nicely-balanced mix of pastries and savouries, with the likes of pandan and coconut tart, mango macarons with rice cream, and chicken and egg Caesar sandwiches to tempt your tastebuds – and of course, their famous raisin scones with clotted cream and organic strawberry jam too.

Price: HK$350 for one person; HK$680 for two people

Call Peninsula’s Room Service team at +852 2696 6700 to order; pick-up only

The Peninsula Hong Kong, Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 2920 2888 

Butterfly Patisserie, Rosewood Hong Kong

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Takeaway afternoon teas don’t get much more decadent than Rosewood Hong Kong’s – and it’s practically a sin not to get a snap of these picture-perfect teatime delights for the ‘gram.

Their all-indulgent set features four different types of finger sandwich, four kinds of daily-rotating exquisite cakes, and four freshly-baked scones with all the trimmings – but the star of the show has to be their show-stopping Tahitian vanilla mille-feuille. Flaky buttery pastry, luscious rich cream – and there’s two of them included, so you don’t even have to share. Divine.

Price: HK$625 for two-three people

Order online at rosewoodhkshop.com; pick-up only 

Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3891 8732

Fortnum & Mason

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Fortnum & Mason certainly know a thing or two about afternoon tea; they’ve been serving it since the 19th century – and now you can get the best of British direct to your door with their takeaway version of this quintessentially English meal.

Their classic set comprises a variety of finger sandwiches – flavours include coronation chicken, cucumber with mint cream, and Norfolk-cured ham and mustard – alongside a daily selection of pastries and cakes. Of course, no good afternoon tea is complete without scones, and Fortnum’s serves theirs with a trio of their signature preserves: strawberry, raspberry and lemon curd. 

Price: HK$588 for two

Order online via Deliveroo; pick-up or delivery (selected locations only) available

181 Fortnum & Mason, Shop 022, G/F, K11 Atelier Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3916 8181, 181fortnums.com.hk 

Tiffin, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

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Tiffin at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is a long-established favourite for afternoon tea in the city – and their takeaway tea set is every bit as excellent.

Their current afternoon tea menu features beautifully-crafted desserts like mango oolong tart and elderflower summer berry cheesecake, alongside savoury items such as prawn and lobster choux with saffron cream. Meanwhile, their Earl Grey tea-infused scones offer a delicious twist on tradition, and come with lemon curd, clotted cream and apricot jam for slathering on with abandon.

Price: HK$372.30 for two people

Order online at buys.hk/grand-hyatt-cake-shop; pick-up or delivery available

Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, +852 2584 7744


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Takeaway afternoon tea served in dim sum steamers – what a genius (and minimal waste) idea. 

While each of Relish’s delectable afternoon tea sets includes a bottle of champagne and array of freshly-baked scones, madeleines and macarons, the rest is fully customisable. Choose between sandwich varieties like beef and horseradish, truffle cheese and coronation chicken, while crave-worthy sweet options include triple chocolate brownies, banana and salted toffee cake, and lamingtons – and you can even add a bouquet of flowers to up your teatime tablescape game too.

Price: HK$1,000 for two people

Order online at relish.com.hk; pick-up or delivery available 

22D, Yally Industrial Building, 6 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, +852 3481 1924


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If scones aren’t your scene, how about trying afternoon tea with some Japanese flair, thanks to Shikigiku’s creative takeaway offering?

Inspired by the freshest seasonal ingredients, their menu showcases an evenly-split combination of pint-sized savouries and sweets – with mouth-watering highlights including Fukuoka egg omelette with mentaiko, dried winter melon sushi, Japanese sweet potato tart and Tokachi red bean dorayaki pancakes.

Price: HK$500 for two people

Call Shikigiku at +852 2805 0600 to order; pick-up only

Shikigiku, Podium Level 4, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2805 0600

Green, Hotel Icon

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Durian haters, this one probably isn’t for you… Hotel Icon’s special takeaway afternoon tea is “All About Durian”.

Get ready for total durian overload with mini desserts like D24 durian, matcha and lychee roulade, durian kampung cheesecake, Mao Shan Wang durian pudding – and even a side of fresh Malaysian durian fruit in case you hadn’t quite got your fill. Scone purists, don’t worry; Hotel Icon are staying traditional with theirs, making them the ideal opportunity for your tastebuds to take a break from the durian party.

Price: HK$438 for two people

Order online at eshop.hotel-icon.com; pick-up only

Hotel Icon, 17 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, +852 3400 1000

Fine Foods Shop, The Royal Garden

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Make the most of the last few weeks of summer with Fine Foods’ fabulously fruity seasonal fruit afternoon tea.

Both savouries and sweets in this takeaway set feature a refreshing injection of vibrant seasonal fruit – including treats like Parma ham and sweet melon skewers, Japanese peach panna cotta, turkey and green apple sour cream sandwiches, and passionfruit and coconut tart.

Price: HK$472.8 for two people

Order online at theroyalgardenhotel.com.hk; pick-up only

Lobby, The Royal Garden, 69 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Hong Kong, +852 2733 2045

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