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Huxinting Teahouse (Huxinting Chashi)

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Huxinting Teahouse (Huxinting Chashi)

165 Reviews
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No.257 Yuyuan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200000 China
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With its picturesque waterways, traditional houses, and dozens of stone bridges, the ancient town of Zhujiajiao has been nicknamed the “Venice of Shanghai.” With a private guide, stroll through 1,700 years of history on a leisurely boat tour of this delightful water town. The visit also covers the spectacular highlights of Shanghai city, including The Bund and Yuyuan Garden. Your guide won't let you miss any important sight and is open to customizing your tour, which includes door-to-door transportation.
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AYOCH wrote a review Feb 2020
Morsang-sur-Orge, France12 contributions
The place is beautiful, just in front of the Yuyan Garden of Shanghai. The atmosphere and decoration are very nice. Evne when tea is a bit expensive, it's a wonderful experience.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Ali F wrote a review Jan 2020
Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Talk about service without a smile... My partner and I were sat down and pointed to the most expensive page on the menu (235RMB for a cup of tea). The waitress then stood over us whilst we flicked through the menu to try and find a more reasonably priced tea. After 30 seconds, she scoffed and walked off. We had a nice view from the window, so we decided to stay and purchase a still unreasonably priced tea for one person for 118 RMB, she said it was not possible to order one tea as there are two people. We said we understood the menu meant the tea is for one person, but only one of us will be drinking it. After some huffing and puffing she agreed and stormed off, only to come back with an under-brewed tea. After only a few minutes she then came back with the bill and an attitude.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Frederick wrote a review Dec 2019
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Beware. As others have reported, they show only a portion of the menu and push you to the most expensive options. 238 RMB (almost US$35) for a cup of tea. Make sure you demand to see the full menu. Very dishonest.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ramesh B wrote a review Oct 2019
Mauritius1,921 contributions75 helpful votes
Queued for long to enter. The tea and the service are average, but the story of the bends in the bridge to slow off spirits and the lake it is situated upon are a charm. Do go on week days. SOme days it is too crowded to appreciate.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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InaMariaBarbara wrote a review Oct 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark1,351 contributions108 helpful votes
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Shanghais oldest teahouse, in The middle of a small Lake, with a interesting bridge. Go up to The first floor, sit by a Window, and look out at The crowd downstairs, while you enjoy your tea. The House is from 1784, and has been a teahouse since 1855. And If you sit a little bit, you can imagine, that you are 100 years back in time.On groundfloor you Can buy tea, cups and teapots. Be aware, that they offer you a tea-arrangement, with teaeggs, tofu and ricecockies, that are very expensive. It was not possible to see other pages of The menucard. We paid 326 yens for a White and a jasmin tea.....
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Date of experience: October 2019
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