The Gallery - Sheraton on the Park in Sydney CBD
Posted by: dietstartstomorrow on 08 Apr 2018

Are you a high tea lover?



Well if you are one, high tea buffet will be your perfect option and I have one just for you ^_~.



From just $59 per person, you can enjoy the afternoon tea buffet at Sheraton's Gallery. The only thing is the buffet is only available on the weekends. Wide ranges of sweets and desserts, such as cake pops, macarons, and so on are a showcase. Perfect for sweets lover.



If you are not so much a sweet person, don't worry there is always an option for less sweet items such as sandwiches, scones or even samosas.



Here are some of my preferences. What's yours?



And by the way, this place also offers high tea on a weekday, but just not buffet style. If you do decide to try on their afternoon tea, please make sure you book it in advance through their website:

http://www.sheratonontheparksydney.com/thegallery


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