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Afternoon Tea

Relive the opulence of the old international concessions and have a spot of afternoon tea, with views over the Former French Concession or the historic Bund.

    Fairmont Peace Hotel

    20 Nanjing Dong Lu

    'Freshly baked buttermilk scones with homemade fruit preserves and clotted cream, tea sandwiches and French pastries on tiered silver tea stands, along with premium tea served in exquisite porcelain pots while listening to classic swing sounds from the Old Jazz Band.'

    The Langham

    99 Madang Lu

    'A selection of savoury and sweet temptations including mini croissant, foie gras, macaroons, cakes, tartlets, profiteroles and traditional cream cheese and cucumber sandwiches, plus a glass of Champagne or tea or coffee, with over 40 varieties of tea to choose from.'

    The Peninsula

    32 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu

    'With its opulent Art Deco setting, stunning eats and near-perfect service, The Peninsula offers the quintessential Shanghai afternoon tea.'

    Reviews from Time Out Shanghai