JAPANESE HIGH TEA AT DELI SWISS

General Press Releases Thursday March 3, 2016 21:25
Bangkok--3 Mar--Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok.
Looking to spend a couple of lazy hours over a good Japanese High Tea at Swissotel Le Concorde's Deli Swiss has it all.

Feel the heart of the city where one of a kind "Japanese High Tea Set" comes with superb Matcha Green Tea Buramanje served with mouthwatering Japanese desserts at your own choice from Daifuku, Green Tea Macaroon, Berry Tart, Green Tea Scone, Egg Sandwich and Kani Crab Sandwich at price THB 350++ per set. Throughout on March 2016.

For more information, please call +662 694 2222 ext 1550.
Hours of operation: 07.00 am – 22.00 pm.
Deli Swiss located on the ground floor of Swissotel Le Concorde Bangkok.

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