I went with my husband and we ordered the high tea set for two. We had made reservations as we were going on a public holiday. The set comes with sweet and savoury items (more sweet stuff than savoury). Most of the items come in threes, so, honestly, it might be better for this set to be shared among three or four people. Apparently, they change the tea set menu every two months. When I went, there was a focus on honey in the dishes, although I couldn't really tell.
The food was delicious. The smoked salmon open mini-sandwich was very generous with the salmon and it was so yummy! The springrolls were served at room temperature. Everything else was sweet.
There were chocolates (good - not waxy); small jellies (which seemed to have rhubarb on top - fantastic); mini apple-crumble pies (amazing!); scones (really good - and high quality cream and strawberry and blueberry jams - although I like my scones with a slightly harder texture); cheesecake (also really good, with a thin, burnt-sugar topping); macarons (slightly dry but I like them that way); chocolate chip cookies, and chocolate cake (I haven't tried them - we were so full, we had to stop!). It was the rum baba that breached my sugar intake limit and caused me to stop.
The service was courteous and professional. We actually had to ask for a take-away container. (I don't like spending that much money on food and then leaving half of it.) We got a free hot-water refill of our teapots, which was nice, because the individual tea pots are not large. There are English-style teas, darjeeling, herbal infusions, as well as Chinese teas to choose from. I really liked that the tea menu was so large.
They also do snacks and light meals and drinks, but we stuck to the tea menu. I've had a hot toddy here once before and it was also excellent.
I'll definitely bring visitors here in the future. I've taken friends to the Bistro and an uncle to the Man Ho Restaurant, and they were all fabulous. This is why I decided to go to The Lounge for my anniversary celebration.