The afternoon menu is light (a few pastas, a soup, a few salads, and one sandwich) or tea service. But the foods are fresh and tasty. The service is what you'd expect at the Peninsula (friendly, efficient, and helpful). The desserts come three to a plate and are light bits of heaven that melt in your mouth. The coffee here is strong and hot.
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