Brought Sis to try The Landing Point, Fullerton Bay hotel afternoon tea since I had a $40 discount voucher. The ingredients used in the afternoon tea set were exquisite and different from other hotels. Priced at $49++ per pax; guests can only choose 1 type of tea each (refillable) while the food can be replenished.
The only thing I didn’t like about this afternoon tea was that the refilling was done by the tray, because the staff cant remember which individual pieces I wanted. I was afraid that I would be charged for wastage hence I forced myself to eat some stuff I didn’t really like to eat; I prefer the freedom of a buffet.
The Landing Point was furnished with extravagant sofa seats and cushions; the ambience oozes opulence. As we visited on a weekday, it was very quiet, perfect for long chats while enjoying afternoon tea. I am not sure how busy it would be on weekends. Service was attentive and polite but I find it queer that none of the staff knew how to direct me to the hotel from the MRT station properly. We got lost 3 times following different staffs’ instructions on the phone; I finally got fed up and took a cab there.
I found the food absolutely delish. There was a good balance between the sweets and savories. The ingredients used were impressive and of high quality eg truffle, caviar, lobster, which explains the high price.
Warmed plain and raisin scones with clotted cream and berry jam.Vanilla crème brulee, Salted chocolate caramel tart. Cucumber Sandwich with Ikura, Smoked Salmon Mille Feuille with caviar. French cheese, stone fruit terrine on Rye. I like the strong cheese flavour.
Mini prosciutto bagel. White truffle egg mayo on baguette. I usually avoid egg mayo stuff as I don’t like the taste but the white truffle was very yummy; I had 3 of these. Boston Lobster cornet. Lobster! Woohoo 🙂 Mini quiche du jour. Duck confit crepe roulade
Chocolate bread pudding. This was very interesting coz the outside was quite hard and chewy which I enjoyed chewing on, but inside was soft bread pudding. Lemon tart, Éclair (dark chocolate was used which made it taste a bit strange) Kueh lapis; I was too busy having multiple servings of other stuff to bother about this.
The Landing Point
80 Collyer Quay
Tel: 6597 5277