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Author Topic: Off Topic Review - Chinese Tea Rooms  (Read 535 times)

Offline Corus Boy

On Havannah Street, with a Pay and Display carpark opposite.  Havannah Street links Techniquest and the St David's Hotel.

Situated in the Boundary Art Gallery on Havannah Street but not easy to spot.  Ideally located if you're visiting the Bay for punting or a family day out.

http://www.boundaryart.com/teagarden.html

Run by a nice, well English speaking, Chinese lady.  This is not a go in, buy a cup of tea, leave in 10 minutes place.  For your £3ish you get around five to seven pots of tea, all prepared and poured by the hostess.  If you're up for chatting she will tell you the history of the tea, or the Chinese Tea Ceremony.  Ask about the Tea Ceremony and you may be offered it on subsequent visits.

No food is available, just tea but you do get a chocolate or biscuit with your tea.

The only extras available are milk and sugar!  :D

Offline HughJardon

Thanks CB looks to be a good deal, I love Tea especially Cocos herbal brand  :bomb:

By the way Ive heard Viagra has just been released in powdered form -I put some in my tea today, it did nothing for my sex drive but......It stopped my biscuits from going soft  :lol:


Offline Mil 34

My misses always puts a little bit of viagra into my morning cuppa, she reckons it stops me missing the pan and pissing on the mat

On Havannah Street, with a Pay and Display carpark opposite.  Havannah Street links Techniquest and the St David's Hotel.

Situated in the Boundary Art Gallery on Havannah Street but not easy to spot.  Ideally located if you're visiting the Bay for punting or a family day out.

http://www.boundaryart.com/teagarden.html

Run by a nice, well English speaking, Chinese lady.  This is not a go in, buy a cup of tea, leave in 10 minutes place.  For your £3ish you get around five to seven pots of tea, all prepared and poured by the hostess.  If you're up for chatting she will tell you the history of the tea, or the Chinese Tea Ceremony.  Ask about the Tea Ceremony and you may be offered it on subsequent visits.

No food is available, just tea but you do get a chocolate or biscuit with your tea.

The only extras available are milk and sugar!  :D

Looks like a really nice place to spend a few hours going to have to try it sometime, thanks for the pointer.
Pity she does not have a flat next door where we could go upstairs for a nice long chat.




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