I have been in this teahouse in summer 2012.
It is on the first floor (not ground floor) of a house, quite difficult to notice if without a tourist guide.
The place is very very charming, quite unique atmosphere: waiter with traditional clothes, soft Chinese music, old tools, maps, clothes on one side of the narrow room, wood tables on the other side by the windows on the main road, it looks almost as a museum: very interesting place.
There is a wide choice of tea and snacks but you can expect to pay around 80 yuan for a cup of tea and 40-50 yuan for the snack, which is quite expensive also for a town like Shanghai.
Still I think that it is worthy a stop if you are alone, and it is a must-stop if you are traveling with your loved one, so romantic!
They did not try to cheat me, which is a plus.
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