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The Opposite House, Beijing unveils new Afternoon Tea at Sureño in collaboration with Versace

The Opposite House, Beijing Afternoon Tea at Sureño
The Opposite House, Beijing has announced its collaboration with leading international luxury brand, Versace to launch a Versace-inspired afternoon tea at signature restaurant, Sureño from 18 March to 30 April 2016. Priced at RMB 288* (approx. £31) per tea set, the Versace-inspired afternoon tea is available daily from 3pm - 5pm and served using the exquisite 'Rosenthal meets Versace' tableware. Each set of afternoon tea comes with an exclusive 'Rosenthal meets Versace' plate and a leaflet with boutique information.

Inspired by Versace’s bold designs, the chefs at Sureño have combined artistic fashion and exceptional culinary skills to create a one-of-a-kind afternoon tea experience. The bakery and pastry feature Caramelised Apple Tart, Yuzu Curd, Chocolate Amaretti on Chocolate Praline, Pecan Chocolate Brownie, Strawberry Roulade and Mango Dulcey Tartelette.

An á-la-minute Vanilla Raisin Scone will be served with Wildflower Honey, Devonshire Clotted Cream and Executive Pastry Chef Franck Istel’s own recipe of Homemade Strawberry Vanilla Jam.

 The savoury selection features Crème Brûlée (cauliflower, parmesan, sturgeon caviar), Brioche (shaved prosciutto di parma, foie gras mousse, cherry) and Prawn (ballotine of prawn and salmon, dill, preserved lemon).  

Classic tea selections available include Earl Grey, Lemongrass and Ginger, Ceylon and Assam Breakfast. Guests may also select from the oriental tea varieties such as Ripe Puer, Premium Jasmine Oolong and Jinxuan Oolong.  

“Our collaboration with Versace reflects both brands beliefs in providing luxury hospitality, distinctive quality while staying contemporary and timeless in design,” comments Peter Wynne, Area General Manager of Swire Hotels Beijing and General Manager of The Opposite House.

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