From ultra-traditional afternoon teas to Asian-inspired buffets, check out our ultimate guide to afternoon teas in Singapore (including our pick for the BEST scones)!
What better way to feel a little fancy than by hitting up one of Singapore’s many outstanding afternoon teas, mama? We’ve rounded up all our faves across the island, from traditional, English-style teas with fresh-baked scones, clotted cream, finger sandwiches and tiered silver trays, to teas with a cocktail kick, buffets that highlight local Peranakan faves, vegetarian and gluten-free options, and the best value in the CBD ($25 per person!).
Check out our gallery for the lowdown on all the best afternoon teas in Singapore, mama!
Best for gluten free options
Head to Anti:dote any day of the week for your choice of freshly baked scones alongside inventive finger sandwiches (Ikura Roe or Veal Cheek Bao, anyone?) you won’t see anywhere else. The desserts are equally delectable, and we love that they offer a dedicated kids’ menu and a dedicated gluten-free menu!
How Much: Afternoon Tea sets starting from $52++ ($48++ for gluten-free), Children’s tea set at $25++
When: Monday to Thursday, 3pm – 5pm and Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Eve Of Public Holidays and Public Holidays, 12pm – 2pm (first seating) & 3pm – 5pm (second seating)
Anti:dote Lounge at Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road
Singapore 189560, (+65) 6431 5315, [email protected]
Taking place every weekend from 2:30pm to 5:30pm at Atrium Pan Pacific is the Nostalgic Weekend High Tea Buffet featuring unlimited English and Peranakan signatures, enhanced with live stations helmed by the chefs. Highlights include the Mutton Rendang and the DIY Kueh Pie Tee made with homemade pastry tart shell – better than any hawker versions we’ve had. The Cantonese Sponge Cake is delicious, as is the Matcha Yuzu Lychee Entremet — just one of the many tasty sweets. This spread makes a great feast for a guest from out of town to try local specialities (and still have your cucumber sandwiches, scones, and homemade bonbons from the traditional Western high tea).
How much: $48++ per person, including two non-alcoholic beverages
When: Saturdays and Sundays, 2:30 – 5:30pm
NB: Atrium has also introduced both English and Peranakan Afternoon Tea options during the week, priced at $42++ per person, and served from 2:30 to 5:30pm.
Atrium at Pan Pacific Singapore,7 Raffles Boulevard, #01-00, Marina Square, Pan Pacific, 039595, Tel:6826 8240, www.panpacific.com
For those who want some 1920s style glamour
Everything about this Art Deco space is super glamorous, even the new afternoon tea! Choose from either the ATLAS or Prestige Selection, each highlighting an extensive collection of nearly 20 teas from around the world. The restaurant’s sommelier has even consulted on the perfect Champagne pairings in case you truly want to go all out, mama. Food highlights range from savoury éclairs with a4 j-wagyu, to spicy espuma and a signature ATLAS croque monsieur, along with classic tea sweets like scones with whipped mascarpone cream and homemade rose jam, salted caramel bonbons, and frozen hazelnut chocolate mousse.
How much: $52++ (ATLAS Selection) to $56++ (Prestige Selection); Glass of Champagne from $18 to $65 per glass.
When: Monday to Saturday, 3pm to 5pm
ATLAS, Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188778, Tel: (+65) 6396 4466, www.atlasbar.sg
You’ve got a few teas to choose from at Capella; the more traditional Capella Tea Experience is set in the cosy open Chef’s Kitchen, with surrounding views of the property’s lush greenery. The menu here features sweet and savoury classics such as beetroot-cured smoked salmon sandwich with kaffir lime marscarpone, caramelised foie gras with spinach polenta, and Japanese yuzu curd. There is an extensive tea menu, including a range of ayurvedic teas.
The East Meets West Afternoon Tea at elegant Chinese restaurant Cassia serves up Dim Sum flavours like BBQ Pork Buns (served with Black Truffle, thank you very much!), Steamed Siew Mai topped with Abalone, and other elegant renditions of dim sum faves alongside gorgeous teas by Ronnefeldt and a trilogy of desserts including Black Glutinous Rice Ball with Yoghurt.
How Much: Capella Tea Experience at Chef’s Table priced at $39.90 per person, available Monday to Friday (except public holidays). Call (+65) 6591 5089 or email for reservations.
East Meets West Afternoon Tea priced at $45 per person, available Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays. Call (+65) 6591 5045 or email for reservations.
Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297, www.capellahotels.com/singapore/dining/chefs-table
The Lobby Lounge at Conrad Singapore serves afternoon tea daily from 1pm to 5pm. Keep an eye out for themed teas; recently there was Sakura Afternoon Tea to artfully incorporate Japanese sakura flowers, along with extra weekend indulgences like seafood and cheese platters.
How much: Weekday Afternoon Tea (served Monday to Friday, 3pm to 6pm) is $32++ per person; Weekend Afternoon Team (served Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 1pm to 5pm) is $68++ per person (inclusive of seafood and cheese platter)
Lobby Lounge at Conrad Centennial Singapore, Two Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982, Tel: (+65) 6432 7482, www.conradhotels3.hilton.com
Those who like their afternoon tea with a bit of a kick will appreciate that One Ninety Bar offers not only a range of floral teas and Lavazza Coffee, but also the option of a glass of Kir Royale. Throw in delectable, freshly-baked Vanilla Scones with strawberry-rose preserve, plus an assortment of fresh finger sandwiches and particularly yummy sweet treats and pastries (Yuzu Elerflower Meringue Tart, anyone?), and you’re good to go for an elegant and refined afternoon at the Four Seasons.
How Much: $46++ per person to $76++ per person including one glass of Kir Royale
When: Available from 2pm – 5pm
One-Ninety Restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646, (+65) 6734 1110, www.fourseasons.com/singapore
Afternoon Tea in the airy Courtyard is a lovely affair, with an extensive menu and unlimited replenishment of tiered nibbles like finger sandwiches, and delicate pastries of both the sweet and savoury variety to go along with free-flow coffee and tea. The Fullerton Hotel also earns bonus points for its gluten-free and vegetarian afternoon tea options!
How Much: $49++ per adult / $24++ per child (weekdays), $55++ per adult / $27++ per child (weekends)
When: Monday to Friday available from 3pm – 6pm; Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 2pm to 4pm (first seating) and 4:30pm to 6pm (second seating).
The Fullerton Hotel, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178, Tel: (+65) 6733 8388, www.fullertonhotels.com
You’ve got two teas to choose from at the Fullerton Bay, mamas:
The Heritage Afternoon Tea at The Clifford Pier serves up elegant spins on local favourites, such as Chili Bak Kwa Jam on Savoury Egg Tart, or Tropical Fruit Scones topped with Homemade Kaya. With gorgeous views and a lovely atmosphere, it’s the perfect tea to give out of town visitors a taste of local delicacies.
Afternoon Tea at The Landing Point is a bit more traditional but every bit as elegant, with filling dishes like Lobster in Crispy Cornets, Smoked Salmon Millefeuille with Caviar, and a range of French-inspired pastries. Includes free-flow coffee and tea, too!
Heritage Afternoon Tea at The Clifford Pier
How Much: $55++ per adult, $28++ per child (ages 6-11). Items are refillable and inclusive of a choice of beverage.
When: Monday to Friday, 3:30pm – 5:30pm; Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 3pm – 5pm
Afternoon Tea at The Landing Point
How Much: $50++ per adult, $25++ per child. Inclusive of free-flow coffee and tea.
When: Monday to Friday, 3pm – 5:00pm; Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, 12:00pm – 2pm (first seating), 3:00pm – 5pm (second seating).
Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326, (+65) 6877 8911 / 6877 8912, www.fullertonhotels.com/the-fullerton-bay-hotel
Mixing both local and international tea favourites, 10 Scotts at the Grand Hyatt gives you yummy homemade scones not only with raspberry jam and clotted cream, but also kaya, along with everything from desserts to delectable crab cakes. Bonus points for the add-on option of champagne and sustainable wines.
How Much: $52++ per adult / $32++ per child (weekdays) & $55++ per adult / $35++ per child (weekends). Complimentary for children below four years old.
When: 12pm – 2:30pm (first seating) & 3pm – 5pm (second seating)
Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211, Make your reservations here!
D9 Cakery has just come out with a Singapore-inspired Saturday High Tea Buffet that features over 40 local favourites, spanning seven live stations. Come hungry, mamas, because you’ll find a hawker-style roasted meat station with crispy duck, chicken rice, and more; Cooked-to-order live stations with homemade Nasi Lemak and Hokkien mee; a fresh seafood bar; gourmet pasta; and a stunning array of Singapore-inspired desserts like Singapore Sling gateaux, salted egg yolk and red bean coconut macarons, soya bean curd tarts and much more.
How Much: $48++/adult with free flow of coffee and tea. Additional $35 for free flow selected wines wines. $24/child (aged 5 to 12 years old). Children below the age of five dine for free.
When: Saturdays, 12pm – 3pm. The Singapore-inspired High Tea Buffet will be available from now through 27 October 2019.
For those who love pretty things
The “Classic Afternoon Tea: The Orchard” serves up both sweet and savoury options in an elegant showcase of luscious delights inspired by fruits found all over the world. Highlights include the caramel orange scones with strawberry or peach jam and clotted cream, morello cherry and pistachio tart, and the classic smoked salmon sandwich with brie and horseradish cream. We highly recommend topping up to receive two flutes of Taittinger Brut Champagne.
How Much: $78++ for two guests inclusive of choice of loose-leaf teas or coffee; $108++ for two guests inclusive of a choice of loose-leaf tea or coffee and two flutes of Taittinger Brut Champagne.
When: 2pm – 5pm daily
The Lobby Lounge at InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966, www.singapore.intercontinental.com
For those substituting tea for lunch
Goodwood Park’s English Afternoon Tea Buffet at L’Espresso has perhaps the most extensive and substantial array of offerings of any tea we’ve had in Singapore, with sandwiches, savouries and salads in addition to traditional tea faves like English scones, pastries and desserts. And oh by the way, did we mention the chocolate fountain?! Topped off with a glass of Taittinger Brut Reserve NV Champagne and you’ve got yourself a pretty sweet afternoon, we think!
How Much: $48++ per adult / $28.80++ per child from Fridays – Sundays, eve of and on public holidays; $45++ per adult / $27++ per child from Mondays – Thursdays. Price includes two servings of coffee and tea from a selection of premium coffee and TWG Tea. If guests fancy some tipple to perk up their afternoon, they can choose to have their high tea with a glass of champagne at $72++ per adult from Fridays to Sundays, eve of and on public holidays, or $68++ per adult from Mondays to Thursdays, or top up with a bottle of the same champagne at an additional $125++ per bottle.
When: Monday – Thursday, 2pm – 5:30pm; Friday – Thursday & Public Holidays, 12pm – 2:30pm (first seating) & 3pm – 5:30pm (second seating)
L’Espresso at Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221, (+65) 6737 7411, www.goodwoodparkhotel.com
The newly renovate MO BAR is inspired by the Pacific Ocean and the rich culture of Asia’s ports – and there is no better place to get shipwrecked than at the home of the Mother of Dragons cocktail. The Mediterranean Sea Afternoon Tea can be paired with an extensive array of teas, the impressive cocktails, and of course, champagne. Try the patatas bravas, or the smoked red shrimps on sourdough, before moving onto something sweeter like the figue tart or the caramel eclairs.
How Much: $48++ per person, $88++ for two, $65++ inclusive of one cocktail, $68++ inclusive of one glass of champagne
When: 3 – 5pm daily
The Heritage High Tea at Atrium Lounge offers a tempting choice of either English or Asian Hi-Tea Menus. The English High Tea set has your traditional raisin scones along with a tantalising Maine lobster roll, Mini Croque Monsieur, Chicken Pot Pie, Lemon Meringue Pie, Crispy Chocolate Hazelnut Slice, and plated desserts like Double Chocolate Lava Cake and Baked Alaska Flambéed with Cinnamon Liquer.
For more local flavour, consider the baked raisin scone with clotted cream, peanut butter, and homemade kaya jam. Cold savouries include a Mini Soft Bun Coated with Chicken Floss, Hoisin Duck Salad rolled in egg crepes, and Singapore Chili Crab Salad in savoury tart. Naturally the desserts are headlined by a Strawberry Swiss Roll Durian Cream Puff, alongside favourites like Mango Pudding and Pandan Kueh Lapis.
How Much: Heritage High Tea set priced at $38++ per person (min of two diners)
When: Available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays from 3pm – 5:30pm
It doesn’t get much more British than Marks & Spencer, and with a convenient café located just off Orchard Road it’s easy to pop in for a quick and easy afternoon tea done right. Highlights include moist scones and cakes (with plenty of cream and jam, of course), crunchy biscuits, and an assortment of refreshing teas.
How Much: $29.90 for two people, including sandwiches, scones, and two pots of tea.
When: Call for hours.
M&S Cafe, 501 Orchard Road, #01-01 Wheelock Place, Place, Tel: (+65) 6733 8122,
$35++ per set (recommended for 2 pax)
Top up $15 for a glass of Sparkling Wine or $10 for a glass of House Red or White Wine. Served daily from 2pm – 5pm.
The Tiers of Joy afternoon tea at Lime Restaurant incorporates both local and traditional flavours each day from 3pm to 6pm alongside TWG teas. Be sure to go hungry, so you can feast on the likes of Peking Duck Duxelles, Ayam Percik Shepherd’s Pie, or a delectable Snow Crab with Green Apple Open-Faced Sandwich. Of course, we’re partial to the pretty amazing dessert tier, highlighted by the Peanut Butter Chocolate Cup with Gianduja Chantilly, or the Forest Berries Basket with Coconut Pandan Mousse.
How Much: $52++ includes a high tea set for two and unlimited servings of specialty coffee and TWG tea
When: Available daily from 3pm – 6pm
Singapore’s culinary doyenne, Violet Oon, gets it right every time – and the Singapore High Tea at her National Gallery restaurant, National Kitchen by Violet Oon, is sure to wow out-of-town guests (or help newcomers fall in love with Singapore just a little bit more). The three-tiered tingkat-inspired stand comes laden with several of Singapore’s favourite foods and some modern twists to Peranakan classics. If you have never tried her food, the high tea set is an excellent introduction. The tea set includes six savoury, and six sweet nibbles and comes with kopi VO or hand-blended tea. The new outlet at Jewel offers a slightly different menu, and features a la carte options in addition to the set menu, and you can also visit ION Orchard for a post-shopping afternoon tea fix!
How Much: Cost is $56++ per set, for a maximum of 2 pax.
When: Singapore High Tea is offered daily from 2:30 pm to 5pm (last orders at 4:30pm).
National Kitchen by Violet Oon, National Gallery Singapore, 1 Saint Andrew’s Road, #02-01, Singapore 178957, Tel: (+65) 9834 9935, www.violetoon.com
Violet Oon Singapore at Jewel78 Airport Boulevard, #01-205/206 Singapore 819666 www.violetoon.com
Violet Oon Ion, #03-22, #03-28/29 ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801, www.violetoon.com
Best combination of atmosphere and value
This lovely Mediterranean Afternoon Tea set in the Flower Dome amidst the lush greenery of Gardens by the Bay is nothing like your typical hotel set-up. Savouries range from gruyere cheese gougeres, to red pepper hummus with sourdough chips, to the rather hearty and satisfying confit duck and egg mayonnaise sandwiches (who needs lunch?!). On the sweet side you’ve got a range of chocolates, cakes, and pastries, along with citrus and dark chocolate scones with crème fraiche and jam.
How Much: $38++ per person, add on $5++ for free-flow tea and coffee, or $12++ for a glass of sangria
When: Available every day except Tuesdays from 3pm – 5pm
Fennel Cafe at Pollen Terrace, Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #01-09, Singapore 018953, (+65) 6604 9988, [email protected], www.pollen.com.sg/menu, bookings available online here
It doesn’t get more quintessential than an elegant sit-down for Afternoon Tea at the Raffles – particularly if your little one has read Afternoon Tea at the Raffles Hotel! Following more than two years of renovations, the Raffles has re-opened with Afternoon Tea now served in a new location, the elegant, newly restored Grand Lobby. Food offerings include classic sandwiches, home-baked scones and cakes, seasonal goodies, and a curated, classic collection of exquisite teas and Champagnes.
How Much: $68++ (with tea) to $98++ (including a glass of Billecart Salmon Champagne)
When: Served daily from 12pm – 5pm; click here to book online
Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673, (+65) 6412 1816, www.rafflessingapore.com
The lovely Regent offers two different afternoon tea options: the Weekday Three-Tier Afternoon Tea serves up the classic variety of finger sandwiches, pastries, and scones (not to mention a Chocolate Valrhona Shake – YUM!).
On weekends, families can plump for the more extensive Weekend High Tea Buffet that proffers not only teatime classics, but a bevy of local faves like laksa and chicken rice, not to mention a live waffle station and enviable dessert spread prepared by award-winning pastry chef Alex Chong and his team.
NB: Look for a new, contemporary “Quintessential Afternoon Tea” featuring “hand-crafted, interactive desserts” and much more to be launching in August 2017.
WEEKDAY THREE-TIER AFTERNOON TEA
$48 per adult | $22.50 per child
$88 per adult with free flow of prosecco
$108 per adult with free flow of Champagne
WEEKEND HIGH TEA BUFFET
$61 per adult | $30.50 per child for buffet only
$101 per adult with free flow of prosecco
$121 per adult with free flow of Champagne
When: Three-tier Afternoon Tea available daily at Basilico (Level Two) from 12pm to 5pm. High Tea Buffet is available Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm-2:20pm (first seating) and 3:00pm-5:30pm (second seating).
Basilico at Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715, Level 2, (+65) 6725 3246, [email protected], www.regenthotels.com/regent-singapore/dining/tea-lounge
Afternoon Tea and The Ritz seem to go hand-in-hand the world over, so it’s no surprise they do two bang-up versions here, all under the watchful eye of gorgeous glass pieces by famed sculptor Dale Chihuly:
During the week the 8-course Afternoon Tea runs from 12 to 5 (perfect for a different kind of lunch), and offers up hearty savoury bites like beef short rib and chicken pie, in addition to tea sandwiches, delectable cookies, and of course scones. A new highlight is the Chihuly-inspired Vacherin dessert, comprised of lime jelly, mango, pandan ice cream and coconut flakes.
On weekends, the Afternoon Tea Buffet features a mix of Asian and Western influences, with unique dishes like Soft-Shell Crab, BBQ Unagi and Mongolian Beef served alongside a wide range of finger sandwiches, cold canapés, and desserts.. We also love the Crepe Suzette station!
How Much: $49 for 8-course Weekday Afternoon Tea Set ($68-$78 with a glass of Champagne); $58 for Weekend Afternoon Tea Buffet ($78-$88 with a glass of Champagne).
When: Weekday Afternoon Tea Set served Monday to Friday, 12pm – 5pm. Weekend Afternoon Tea Buffet served on Saturday and Sunday from 2:30pm – 5pm.
Chihuly Lounge at Ritz-Carlton, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799, (+65) 6434 5288, [email protected], www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/singapore/dining/chihuly-lounge
Fancy and perfect for shopaholics
The “Enchanting Afternoon Tea” served under a grand crystal chandelier at Brasserie Les Saveurs serves up a classic teatime menu of oven-baked scones, hand-crafted crèpes and a three-tiered silver stand of finger sandwiches, savoury pies, and sweet pastry desserts. In addition to the classic tea set, they also have delicious live stations with sandwiches, crepes and waffles, Chinese specialities and Japanese okonomiyaki. The elegant atmosphere overlooking Orchard Road is the perfect place to sip on the signature St.Regis Singapore tea blend and recharge after a day of power-shopping.
Monday to Friday: 3pm to 5pm | $49++ per person
Saturday: 3pm to 5pm | $53++ per person
Sunday: 4pm to 6pm | $53++ per person
Children ages 4 to 12: $25++ weekdays / $29++ weekends
Brasserie Les Saveurs at St. Regis, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911, (+65) 6506 6860, www.brasserielessaveurs.com/en/tea
The Rose Veranda is a favourite among mamas for its delectable scones along with its extensive, sumptuous High Tea Buffet that easily doubles as lunch: with everything from classic fingers sandwiches and dainty desserts, to substantial signatures like sushi, sashimi and even roasted meats. And the atmosphere is lovelier than ever following a major renovation last year.
How Much: $54++ per adult (Monday to Thursday) / $27++ per child (ages 6 to 11). $58++ per adult (Friday to Sunday) / $29++ per child.
When: Monday to Thursday, 11:30am – 5pm; Friday to Sunday and public holidays, 11:30am – 2pm & 3pm – 6pm
Rose Veranda at Shangri-La, Mezzanine Level, Tower Wing, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350, (+65) 6213 4486 / 4398, www.shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining/bars-lounges/rose-veranda
Forget about tiered silver trays – the Afternoon Tea à la Française instead gives you a “jewelry box” whose drawers reveal a yummy mix of finger sandwiches, savoury amuse-bouches and mini pastries. Bonus points for the tranquil Sentosa atmosphere.
How Much: $80++ for 2 persons. Upgrade to Gin or Champagne (including free-flow options, ooh lala!) from $98++ per person.
When: Available at LeBar from noon to 5:30pm daily
Le Bar Tea Francaise at Sofitel Sentosa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, 099891, (+65) 6708 8310 / 6708 8362, [email protected], www.sofitel-singapore-sentosa.com/offers/afternoon-tea-a-la-singapour
The best deal in the CBD
At $25++ per person on weekday afternoons, this French-inspired tea in the elegant, Karl Lagerfeld-designed Sofitel So is fab for a business meeting or quick break if you find yourself in the CBD. You’ll not only get TWG teas, but classics like eclairs, macarons, panna cotta and mini quiches.
How Much: SO/Afternoon Tea Set at $25++ per adult / $12.50++ per child; High tea comes with a complimentary pot of TWG tea
When: Monday to Friday: 3pm to 5pm; Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays: 2:30pm to 5pm.
Xperience Restaurant at SO Sofitel, 35 Robinson Road 068876 Singapore, www.sofitel-so-singapore.com/offers/so-afternoon-tea-xperience
Perfect for showcasing Peranakan cuisine to out-of-town guests
Another hotel with separate weekday and weekend options, Swissotel Merchant Court ensures you’ll never go hungry, mama! On weekdays, the Straits Afternoon Tea at Crossroads Bar serves up a hearty selection of local favourites, including Braised Pork Belly in Steam Loaf Bun, Otak Otak on Toast, and Nonya Chicken Curry Puff, not to mention desserts like Pandan Chiffon and Kueh Lapis. Meanwhile, purists can still enjoy plenty of English Afternoon classics like homemade scones with jam and clotted cream, delicate tea sandwiches, and plenty of pastries and tarts.
On weekends, the Nyonya High Tea Buffet at Ellenborough Market Café is a hit with families for its unique and extensive array of Peranakan classics such as laksa, DIY Kueh Pie Tie, and homemade otak otak. Other Asian offerings include sashimi, dim sum, and desserts such as Almond Cream with White Fungus and the famous Durian Pengat (there are plenty of French pastries available too, mama!).
How Much: Nonya High Tea Buffet at $42++ per person, Straits Afternoon Tea at $38++ per person, with a minimum of 2 persons per order
When: Nonya High Tea Buffet available on weekends and public holidays. Straits Afternoon Tea available daily from 3pm to 5:30pm.
Swissotel Merchant Court, 20 Merchant Road, Singapore 058281, (+65) 6239 1847 / 6239 1848, [email protected]
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