A two-storied teahouse with a garden pond outside. The interior resembles a classic Chinese teahouse venue yet has a slightly trendier look. Customers are ferried to different-themed private rooms, and treated to various types of tea and small eats. You can choose either to make the tea by yourself or let their staff help you. The place has a serene atmosphere and the staff speak quiet, reverent tones. Great for casual business meetinsg and intimate chat with friends or dates. The only downside is they allow smoking inside, although the private room remains clean and unaffected.
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