Newens Tea House is renowned for their 300-year-old tea drinking heritage that has been re-imagined for the 21st century. Immerse passitdump AZ-103 dumps
passitdump MB-230 dumps in the luxury of a leisurely afternoon tea, English-style, accompanied by the famous Maids of Honour tart. 700-651 Newens is a place in Kuala Lumpur (KL) where tea aficionados and those who appreciate the finer things in life can enjoy and appreciate the joy of the perfectly steeped cup of tea just how they like it. Be pampered by our friendly and knowledgeable staff in traditional uniforms as you peruse a menu of delectable cakes, pastries, savoury pies and tarts including our world-renowned Original Maids of Honour tart first enjoyed by King Henry VIII in the 1500s.CSTE Whether you wish for a refreshing cup of tea or fancy a light bite in the afternoon, you can be assured of a relaxing and memorable experience at Newens Tea House.

History of Maids of Honour Tarts

It all started with the dainty Maids of Honour cakes after which Newens is named. According to legend, Henry VIII, King of England (1509 – 1547), came across Queen Anne Boleyn and her Maids of Honour (her young ladies in attendance), eating tarts from a silver dish. Tasting one for himself, the King was so delighted by its taste that he immediately confiscated the recipe and demanded it be kept secret in a locked iron box at Richmond Palace.
The delicious cakes in question are now known as Maids of Honour. They are scrumptiously sweet and yet slightly savoury, light and crisp yet soft in the middle. What’s more it takes a careful combination of the finest ingredients and the lightest hand to make Maids of Honour a skill perfected at Newens over two centuries.


  • Original Maids of Honour

  • Freshly baked scones with clotted cream and preserves

  • Savoury Pies – Chicken or Beef

  • Starhill Jewel Tea

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Open Daily : 10.00am – 11.00pm