This place is a tea shop on the ground floor and a tea room on the first floor, although you will surprised if you go there : it’s like a bar. That’s how tea is drunk informally here :-).
Sometimes there are some music too (traditional chinese music). The place is very peaceful and the tea is great.
Of course, no english there, but it’s easy to order and buy and people were very nice even with my awful wording of tea names.
This place is paradise if you like chinese tea. But beware : no one knows english here :-).
It’s full of small shops with plenty of accessories, best teas directly from all over china and everything at a price you’ve never seen before.
I was surprised to find this tea house on my way.
Great place to drink a chinese tea. The people there knew english and were very nice, ready to explain which tea to choose and how to brew it. There are books available and you can relax and buy great tea.
This place was awesome : it’s in an old chinese tea house and you can drink your tea gong-fu style in the middle of it. The tea is average but the people there didn’t tell us anything about the tea. At least the woman there offered to brew it for us and show us a (silent) chinese tea ceremony.
For the price and the awesome decoration, it’s a must see.
Mr Low, the manager, knows english and has plenty of choice for tea and a lot of accessories. The teapot are great and the tea was awesome.
You can taste tea and buy food in a room on the left of the shop.
Mr Low took a long time to explain how to brew the tea I bought and even offered me some tea with his friend, thank you for your time and explanation.
The place is a classic chinese style shop. The seller knows english and took plenty of time to show us a gong fu cha ceremony and to help choose tea and accessories. The tea bought there was nice and at an interesting price.
A lot of choice in teapot.