Afternoon tea included in the wedding package; I didn’t eat because I was nervously practicing my speech. One of my jie meis said it was very yummy and asked me if we could go back to Mandarin Oriental Hotel to order it. Unfortunately its part of the room service menu so I don’t think I can every try it unless I book a room there, arghs 🙁 Mandarin Oriental Brides, try to eat the afternoon tea!
Champagne/chocolate coated strawberries/ hazelnut royaltine cake(750g). The hazelnut royaltine cake is quite big and it could not fit into the fridge so I requested room service to store it away. The cake was quite rich, with a crunchy base.
Hot beverages available were: fresh pressed coffee, decaffeinated coffee, hot chocolate, milo. Hubby had the fresh pressed coffee while I chose Roiboss vanilla out of a selection of Darjeeling, English breakfast, assam, peppermint, chamomile, Earl Grey, Jasmine or Japanese Green tea.
Hot food selection: 2 fresh farmhouse eggs cooked to guests liking with a choice of wood smoked bacon, honey-glazed gammon ham, chicken, veal or pork sausages accompanies by grilled baby tomatoes and homemade potato cake. We both had scrambled eggs and bacon.
We were very full after breakfast but we still had to use our $80 room service credit.We ordered take away for 2 servings of Mandarin Oriental Lobster sandwich with big chucks of yummy lobster meat, avocado, eggs and fresh vegetables accompanied with chips or fries.Click here to view Mandarin Oriental Wedding Dinner Review