French-themed afternoon tea for the family

Atelier Choux Paris-themed Afternoon Tea.

FAMILY traditions at St Regis offers engaging experiences tailored to younger guests and their families.

St Regis Kuala Lumpur has partnered with Happikiddo, a homegrown concept baby store in Malaysia and exclusive distributor of Atelier Choux Paris – a French business offering baby essentials.

The Atelier Choux Paris-themed Afternoon Tea promises a sensory feast, showcasing a selection of delicacies.

Guests will enjoy delights such as Religieuse, Swan, Pistachio Dome Tart, Hot Air Balloon Cake and Lemon Meringue Cake, accompanied by savoury canapes that complement the sweets.

The Atelier Choux Paris-themed Afternoon Tea is available until June 21 at The Drawing Room.

There is also a Kids Afternoon Tea Set filled with whimsical treats.

The afternoon tea set is priced at RM178nett per adult and RM108nett per child (aged six to 12).

In addition, executive pastry chef Graff Kwok has curated a selection of Atelier Choux Paris-themed desserts.

Guests can indulge in Carrot Walnut Cake with Cream Cheese, Butter Cake with Buttercream Frosting, Pistachio and Strawberry Religieuse, Pink Guava Tart and Blueberry Cheese Tart.

These treats are available for takeaway or dine-in.

For gift giving at baby showers or to welcome newborns, there is the gift set offering Vanilla Hot Air Balloon Cookies and Teddy Bear Bon Bons, elegantly bundled with Atelier Choux Paris baby products in an exclusive St Regis Gift Box.

Prices start from RM26+ for desserts and from RM215+ for gift bundles.

For details, call 03-2727 6696 or email

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