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Tea Chapter, Singapore

(4.9/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • A tea shop on the ground floor, in the 1st, 2nd & 3rd floor then the tea rooms with different seating areas - European with a table and chairs, Korean - table and bench more at ground level, or Japanese - flat table and seat cushions on the floor. (On the 3rd floor there is a push button on each table consumption cinema-like) I knew the tea store from a previous visit, and at that time had not perceived the tearooms. A treasure of a café/bistro. The tea rooms offer tea in all fermentation and infusion variants. You can reserve, it is but also without - at lunchtime to early little audience is, and man has free choice of seating, have to say just what style you want to - sit important for older visitors / people with knee or hip problems. A few tasty little things that are also available include the tea. The tea is celebrated at the table with much equipment (with or without help from the friendly, patient staff): heat warmer, water jug (you can refill the themselves on a larger barrel, if you drink oolong - which can be infused up to 3 times Yes.), funny fish form, tea Schaeufelchen tea tray. Tea tongs, tea cups, "Justice Cup" and and and. I sat at the top on the 3rd floor, the friendly waiter once explained me the tea brewing, and then I spent wonderful, quiet relaxing 2 hours with yum cha and a beautiful planschend tie Guanyin. War.Das. nice! Given on the occasion of the Chinese new year, there was still a kind of Schnitzeljadg for the will guests: you got a way fact sheet augehändigt and had to go looking down in the tea shop - and find the depicted motif: A fun of unexpected class, quite elementary, Watson.
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  • Stumbled across this place on trip advisor and wanted to experience some Chinese culture whilst in the China town area. Tea Chapter is a short walk from the Tooth Relic temple and would make sense fit...  more »
  • If you love the this is your joint. They eat only the food. The setting is stunning, from Asia and the staff speak English and will explain to you what to eat and how. In the underlying store you buy good the top quality.
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  • It is a lovely place to enjoy a calm afternoon, especially during the week when it is not so busy. Take a few hours time to really make most of your stay. Ask for a good explanation as for how to drink the tea properly; whether you get a good one really depends on the waiter who serves you (-> -1*⭐️). We have been there for three times with people visiting and it has always been one of the highlights in Singapore! Hence, I can really recommend a visit.
  • Fun place to go to to appreciate teas! The staff was very passionate. Place was quite empty though.
  • Nice tea house to spend weekend afternoons with friends chatting and drinking good Chinese tea.