Ridiculously expensive for a cup of tea, but you pay for the location and views. Service staff was rude as well but I still think it's worth a visit. You also get some free snacks - be aware these are very non-Western snacks that many...More
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There are a lot of people there every day, you can take nice pictures there, also you can go into the place to order one pot of tea to sit dawn by the window to see the busy area, there are a lot red fish...More
e were very fortunate to avoid the tour groups and to get our own little superb room to ourselves. The snacks were very moreish and delicious. The service very personal and the white tea superb. Definitely worth paying for the experience. The beef soup was...More
Nice place to visit. A little expensive for what you get. Service is ok.For us the snacks were almost inedible. Truly an acquired taste. Although seeing the flowering teas was pretty cool.
Once upon a time, it was conceived as a place for the waiting audience. If after two cups of tea, unto you came out official, you are invited to go to an audience in the Yu Garden (Yuyuan). But if they gave you a third...More
Our first views of the highly decorative tea house were delightful. Sitting on stilts in the little artificial lake the façade is exquisite with its traditional Chinese design and vibrant colours of red and white. The pond has an abundance of fish and plants. A...More
I've spent two hours in a Chinese tea house on the 3rd floor of the ancient city of Shanghai. We had a full ceremony explaining about the tea types they offer and about the benefits of each. I also purchased a very nice Chinese tea...More