This is a great place...a museum above (when I was there there was a nice exhibit of chops and pottery) and by the teaware museum which was also interesting...so it's a great place to rest. The atmosphere feels like the turn of the last century. You have choices of teas and great vegetarian dim sum. It's quiet. It's a nice place to relax for a bit. I understand that they do tea appreciation events, and that sounds interesting...I saw a group gathered for one as I left. Once you start enjoying good tea, it's hard to go back! Definitely, if you are in the area, this is a nice place to take a break!
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