Afternoon tea around the world is a celebratory affair.

Think fluffy finger sandwiches, delicately prepared pastries and flutes of Champagne — there’s really no other way we’d rather spend a languid afternoon.

The best part? Afternoon tea sets can now be delivered to your home, so that you can drown your worries in drinks without being judged by the passing wait staff. We recommend putting on some of your beautiful outfits to complete the experience and take photos with too — sans the pain of wearing heels of course.

Read on for the best afternoon tea sets you can order in Singapore to your home.

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You might not be able to head to Tablescape for their refreshed Afternoon Tea set just yet, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try it out at home. While their scrumptious rosemary tart finds itself rooted in the menu, you can take your pick from new sweet treats like the rich mini Chocolate Eclairs and the Velvet Cheese Mousse.

As for your savouries, expect finger-sized egg mayo sandwiches elevated with black truffle, as well as the decadent Foie Gras, Nectarine and Pistachio Tartlet. Round up your meal with some coffee and Clipper 1872 tea.

This set is good for two persons, from 2 pm to 5 pm daily. There is a delivery fee of S$25, but diners who choose to indulge with the whole family at home with two or more sets will receive complimentary delivery to one location. There is a 10 percent discount for self-collection. One-day advance order is required for both takeaway and delivery.

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While we eagerly wait for our biggest Netflix guilt (read: Emily in Paris Season 2), we’re soaking in all the Parisian vibes with the ‘Teatime in Paris’ Afternoon Tea from Fullerton Hotel. The French-themed menu sees an array of petite savouries such as the mouthwatering Sainte-Maure de Touraine Cheese with Caramelised Onion and Crisp Bayonne Ham, complete with a backdrop of sweets like the classic Canelé and Framboise Custard Choux.

The three-tier box is available for delivery and takeaway, with a two days’ advance order required. Guests to opt for self-collection can enjoy a 10 percent discount.

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Tuck into some gastronomic delights with the afternoon tea set from St. Regis Singapore. The exquisite bundle is dreamt up with three tiers of treats: from savouries such as the Foie Gras Mousse on Strawberry Macaroon and Lobster Brioche Roll with Avruga Pearl to honeyed sweets of Pomegranate Mousse Spheres and assorted Chocolate Pralines to share, this is one Afternoon Tea Set we won’t forget.

This set is only available for orders placed for 3 pm to 5 pm daily. A delivery charge depending will apply to all orders below $125, and diners who choose the takeaway option can submit the promo code “TAKE10” during checkout for a 10 percent discount.

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Vanilla and rose-infused scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam — if that doesn’t scream a romantic afternoon, we don’t know what will. The High Tea set from Shangri-la Hotel Singapore is studded with a lineup of sweet treats such as the Strawberry Yuzu Roulade, Litchi Raspberry Choux and Rose Crème Brûlée Tart for a sugary pick-me-up you never knew you needed.

If you enjoy savouries like us, then you’ll find yourself right at home with the luxurious Foie Gras Tart with Granny Smith Apple and Candied Ginger and the Strawberry Lobster Slaw Sandwich. We recommend adding a bottle of Nyetimber to really round off the experience.

Guests with purchases above S$200 can enjoy complimentary delivery, otherwise, there will a delivery charge of S$20 per location. The high tea set is available for takeaway and delivery from 12pm to 5pm daily.

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You can’t go wrong with a classic afternoon tea set at home, so Pan Pacific is bringing some to you with their version of the mid-day break. Here, diners can take their pick from savouries like the Salmon Quiche, Sour Cream, Ikura and Dill and the Smoked Trout, Nori and Wasabi Mayonnaise Sandwiches before ending the meal with some Earl Grey Macarons and chocolate cake. Pair the snacks with some TWG Tea and you’ll be good to go.

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Jocelyn Tan
Jocelyn Tan is a travel and design writer who's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history. When she actually gets to travel, you can find her attempting to stuff her entire wardrobe into her luggage. Yes, she's a chronic over-packer.