Looking for an elegant intimate meeting setting? Raffles Jakarta launches Tispy Tea With Veuve Clicquot at the elegant Writers Bar.
Available until November 26, 2021, The Writers Bar at Raffles Jakarta has been transformed into a bubbly venue ideally suited for corporate catch-ups and meetings.
Raffles Jakarta offers Afternoon Tea aficionados a bubbly and elegant afternoon session with Tipsy Tea with Veuve Clicquot, a Raffles Afternoon Tea in collaboration with FoodieS Magazine that showcases talented pastry chefs hailing from Bali, Jakarta and Singapore.
Business travellers can indulge in one of the finest traditions at The Writers Bar from 3 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily as Champagne and fine teas are served during this refined and tasteful experience.
TheTipsy Tea with Veuve Clicquot at The Writers Bar features a weekly changing delectable menu with champagne-infused sweet treats and savoury delights delicately prepared by the hotel’s pastry chefs in collaborations with the guest chefs line up. Guests can upgrade their afternoon tea set to include a bottle of luxury Veuve Clicquot champagne.
Founded in 1772 in Reims, France, champagne house Veuve Clicquotcolours life with audacity. More than Champagne, Veuve Clicquot is an attitude that sparkles joie de vivre, embodied by the House’s signature sunburst-yellow colour. Madame Clicquot, the innovative woman known as la grande dame of Champagne, took the reins of the House in 1805 and became one of the first businesswomen of modern times. She cultivated a culture of excellence and adopted “only one quality, the finest” as her motto. Her passion, vision, and innate sense of French art de Vivre live today in the House that bears her name.
The visiting pastry chefs include Putra Anom Gentar Alam, who joined Raffles Jakarta as a pastry chef in July 2021, and is renowned for marrying classic French techniques with Indonesian flavours; Jakarta-born and Medan-raised Vallian Gunawan, Head of Culinary at Bali’s By-TB Group, best known for its venues The Lawn, Times Beach Warung, Singlefin and the soon-to-open Skool; Lalita Setiandi, founder and executive chef of Lit Bakehouse, where she presents a modern twist on traditional French pastries and American desserts; and Singapore-born Nicholas Scorpion, who is the chef and culinary director at Jing Ze Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.
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