In Hong Kong, "tea" denotes a light meal served in middle afternoon from 2pm to 6pm. This is a practice that Hong Kong people adopted from the British concept of afternoon tea during the late period of British colonial rule. Afternoon tea is common, although not a meal served daily. My afternoon tea food consists of some light meals such as tarts, pies or more substantial fares served together with home-brewed coffee.
Food of the day: Rich Chocolate Tart
Indulge in the luxurious chocolate at this very special moment.
A cup of home-brewed coffee to round off the meal