Has anyone been to high afternoon tea in any of the good hotels in Dubai? How can we take part and what is the cost
Dubai is not a very "English" place anymore, if it ever was. Its residents, and its tourists, have worldwide tastes. On my visit I was more interested in fusion continental and southeast asian cooking. Nevertheless this article from Time Out, despite being five years out of date, may give you some leads: http://www.timeoutdubai.com/restaurants/features/8428-afternoon-tea-dubai
I wouldn't do such a thing, but the Burj Al Arab has one. Judging by the room rates it's going to be pretty stiff. I think reservations are required.