Kechara Tea House offers vegetarian cuisine, focussing on healthy and dietary ingredients that is sustainable for our environment. Read more
Anfu Hui in Chinese, is an eclectic venue starting with a furniture and tea retail on the ground floor, restaurant and private dining on the second and third floor and rooftop garden on the 4th, catering to functions, wine tasting and afternoon tea. Read more
Tea thing is little tea studio, where visitors can try and buy a small variety of teas like longjing, puâ€™er and tieguanyin. Tea Thing also offers tea ceremony and tea tasting courses. Read more
A two-story shisha bar-lounge, with imported tobacco from Turkey, Russia and the US. Each floor has projector a projector, and there's a VIP room with its own TV, Xbox and other table games. They serve up Russian food and a host of different teas. Read more
A technicolor blend of bar, restaurant, cafe, house, and otaku museum, Yona Cafe is one of the city's finest hidden gems. A few blocks south of Dapuqiao, inside a xiaoqu, and around a few corners is this dimly lit place one could easily spend hours in. There's... Read more
High-end, industrial-style tea house in M50 with delicate tea sets and private rooms. It’s a lovely balance of stylish environment and intimate tea “dao” experience. The owner spent two years of its lease on interior design (done by Linehouse, who notably did the... Read more
A Chinese traditional style small tea shop opened since 2012. They sell all six types of Chinese tea and imported tea from Hong Kong and Japan. In addition to that, they also offer a variety of handmade or antique teawares, customized tea products, and Cha Dao... Read more
Hidden down the back of an alley on Xiangyang Nan Lu / Yongjia Lu, this teahouse is a three-story french-style mansion built in 1933. Because of its convenient location, historical setting of the building, and over ten years of dedication to pu'er tea, this place has... Read more
Quiet teahouse located inside the Jade Buddha Temple for those who want to immerse themselves in Zen Buddhist culture. They've got a long desk for guests to copy manuscripts, the staff plays the guzheng in the background, and the tea “sommeliers” treat “everyone as... Read more
Primarily an events space, this tea house hosts in tea tastings and workshops, available by prior booking. Read more
A charming tea shop that sells tea from nearly every corner of China as well as a few from India, but specializes in Tie Guanyin. Owner Wanling also offers courses on tea and various tea accessories. They've moved into this new space from November 2017. They've... Read more
Huangpu branch of the popular teahouse. Read more
Located near Tianzifang, the building was originally the "split-house" designed by Neri & Hu. Private, nice, they have a small but decent selection of tea. They have a focus on tea appreciation and regularly host caligraphy and taichi workshops. Read more
High-end teahouse in a thatched cottage environment. Not cheap, expect to lay down 300rmb per head. Read more
Zen-style teahouse in Lujiazui with a minimalist design. Surrounded by the towering skyscrapers of Lujiazui, it's in a mall, but don't let that dissuade you. It's discreet and secluded. The private rooms are big enough for four. Soft guqin music floats in the... Read more
Above mid-range teahouse inside a century-old villa. Read more
GRC is a new mall complex in South Xuhui with a focus on sport and night life, while also having work spaces and offices. Read more
Jing'an branch of the easily accessible, Neo-Chinese style teahouse. Read more
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