Imaginary Friends Afternoon Tea at Pan Pacific

It’s been raining so much! Fortunately, there are still many indoor activities to look forward to. Pacific Marketplace at Pan Pacific has a delightful Imaginary Friends Afternoon Tea inspired by the characters from local author Melanie Lee’s quirky little book Imaginary Friends: 26 Fables for the Kid in Us.

I loved the Octopus Mirin Quiche with Bonito Flakes (inspired by Olivia the Overachieving Octopus) and Adam could not get enough of the Durian Puff with Spiked Meringue (created for Dan the Dowdy Durian Man). The Tea-Infused Chocolate Pralines (courtesy of Timmy the Tenacious Teabag) were so yummy too! The kids were also treated to an engaging book reading session by Melanie and Anya liked the stories so much that we bought a copy of the book on the spot.

Imaginary Friends Afternoon Tea

Imaginary Friends Afternoon Tea

book

inspired by Melanie Lee’s Imaginary Friends: 26 Fables for the Kid in Us

leek panna cotta

grape and leek panna cotta

seaweed swiss roll

seaweed Swiss roll

scones

seawood scones

tart

octopus mirin quiche

Turkish Delight

cheese cake with Turkish Delight

orange

mandarin orange cupcake

durian

durian puff with spiked meringue

pralines

tea-infused chocolate pralines

reading

book-reading session with Melanie

You can still attend book reading sessions with Melanie on 20 December 2014 at 3.00pm and be inspired as you eat the delicious creations! Imaginary Friends Afternoon Tea is available daily until 31 December 2014, from 3.00pm to 5.00pm at $58 for two adults, inclusive of tea and coffee.

For dining reservations and enquiries, call 6826 8240 or email celebrate.sin@panpacific.com

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