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THE BUZZ:There’s nothing quite like a high tea buffet to recharge after a long day of shopping in Orchard Road on weekends.

Stop for a rest and take advantage of Lounge@Jen’s buffet spread that includes freshly baked scones, cakes and freshly-baked danishes.

Choose from a premium selection of teas and coffees while you sit back and enjoy the rest of the day with a friend or make use of the free WiFi to do surf the ‘net if you are dining alone.

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Wed - Fri: 14:30 - 23:00

277 Orchard Road, Level 10 Hotel Jen Orchardgateway Singapore

Cocktails, Drinks, European, Italian, Western

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