The Queen aka Ms Pilot initiated this … with the goddess me taking up the hard job of … coordinating thru emails … and CL ‘searching’ thru the net for one which would provide Queen’s fav scones … and so we ended up at The Dining Room for our high tea session.
Highlight of this high tea @ Sheraton Towers … scones, durian pengat, … most importantly … NICE WATERFALL VIEW SEATS … and so pix taken non stop.
I tried a bit of almost everything and concluded that I love their mini sandwiches, scones, laksa (if only it could be hotter though), mini serving of chocolate cake (taste like the one selling at secret recipe) …
Wat disappointed me were the chawanmushi, popiah and the fondue’s chocolate which was also used on the wafer. But worse of all was the spontaneous act of filling up and refilling drink by the staffs as per done in hotel dining places wasn’t practise here.
Anyway, chatting beside a nice spot with the right company was what made up to a nice and relaxing afternoon for everyone of us.
coincidently, our dressing colours blended in perfectly to the environment ^___*
It was almost 5pm by the time we decided to make a move. Ms Queen aka Pilot left us for home while we headed off to Orchard.
These gals had spent on a nice shopping while I spent solely on FOOD =P
After a long walk on heels, I requested for a rest with nice drink (& snack), and so ended up at PS Cafe, which I din know that it actually belongs to Project Shop :-O
ET made a right choice to make a move at Paragon as the trio went into a small ‘feast’ … again 😛
Roasted vegetable salad (S$17) – sweet potato, red pepper, brinjal and zucchini with cucumber
ay … 1st warm salad I took …
Laksa Pesto (S$17) – self explained dish
The mixture of sambal, coconut cream, coriander and chili blended in very well.
Much different from the usual soupy laksa that was mixed with coconut milk.
The laska leaf however reminded me of my mum’s brewing of the laska leaves drink which I detested 😛
Have a nice sip of the hot earl grey tea and we ended the day of … TAI TAI DAY(?) … though I implemented it to a ‘luxurious WEEKDAY AFTERNOON’ instead.