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We tried a few special teas over an hour in a private booth, while at the same time listening to the music-rich atmosphere. It is on the expensive side. For two of us, it amount to US$160 for our tea and private room. Some of...More
I read good reviews of Lao She Teahouse on Chinese food review site Dian Ping and I decided to check the branch at Qian Men out. I didn't want to watch the performance, so I visited the tea rooms on the second floor. They charge...More
Had dinner in the restaurant, service was bad and food was nothing to shout about. After 3 reminders, our water did not come and we gave up asking for it. A big disappointment given the reviews I heard about this place.
Watched the cultural show...More
This is tea-tasting at its best. I dropped in for my second visit this year, to try more varieties of LaoShe’s relaxing tea. This is much more than a place to drink tea. It is loaded with memorabilia, including visits by many world leaders, including...More
They said it was 50 rmb for a one hour of having tea in a private tearoom. After saying that we’d take it, they said that all the 50 rmb rooms were taken and that the least expensive room available was 80 rmb. Okay, we...More
the setting was great and you get a private room with excellent personal service. My only advise would be make sure you get a tea waitress that can speak your language so she can explain to to you in full to get the full on...More
We came here at an unusual time, (midday) so the teahouse was empty and quiet. After being in the crowd of the Forbidden City we enjoyed the quietness and the traditional atmosphere. The place offers a glance of the tradition and the tea ceremony was...More