Tea Chapter

Restaurant 9A/11/11A Neil Road, Singapore, Singapore Published on: 13-11-2015

11:00 AM - 10:30 PM
Restaurant
Food
A-la-carte
5.53 USD

Tea Chapter is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Tea Chapter is a uniqe tea house in Singapore which offers the peaceful ambience to enjoy a cup of tea.

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Why Tea Chapter is special ?

Tea Chapter is equally dedicated to the education on Chinese Tea Appreciation, as well as the highest levels of service standards. Rest assured that their staff are all well trained and highly qualified in matters regarding Tea and Tea Appreciation, and they hope to share their knowledge in Tea Culture with you through their services.

What to explore at Tea Chapter?

Tea Chapter is a combination tea shop and house specializing in premium Chinese and Taiwanese teas. The first floor is a showroom dedicated to delicate gaiwans, intricate yixing clay pots, and cakes of aged tea. Above are three floors of tea rooms, each in its own style: a British level with marble-topped tables divided by curtains, a squared off room with tables sunken into the floor , and an open expanse of hardwood meant for informal tea-taking at low tables.

During about two-hour pre-booked session, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of the tea culture, witness a traditional tea art demonstration and experience firsthand how to meticulously brew a pot of fragrant Chinese tea.

Source: http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2012/08/tea-chapter-where-to-taste-tea-in-singapore.html

Selling points

  • Peaceful environment, good tea
  • Awesome place to relax over tea
  • Best place for tea lover
  • Sophisticated experience
  • Take a breather and appreciate tea

Facilities

  • Noise level Small
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol NO
  • Air condition NO
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card NO
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Duration
2.0 days
Estimated
115.19 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
10 places

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Location

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9A/11/11A Neil Road, Singapore, Singapore

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Tips for you

  • It is easily accessible right near the Maxwell food centre and Buddhist Tooth Relic Temple.
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  • Herbal and more common teas start at $15 SGD per 50 grams
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  • Higher end whites, greens, oolongs, and blacks tea start at $20 SGD per 50 grams and climb from there.
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  • Minimum expenditure per person is $7
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  • You're encouraged to remove your shoes before entering the quiet and spacious private room
    Costume
  • About 40 and more types of Chinese teas offered
    Service
  • You can do some serious exploration of high-end tea here without laying down serious coin.
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Reviews

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I like the concept and the design of the place as it seems that we have return to the past. Short lesson is also conducted to teach us how to brew the tea. Recommend try the jasmine oolong tea. Nice

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The tea leave eggs are the best !

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Nice cozy setting for chillaxing and with some tea!

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Excellent tea shop for drinking and/or shopping for high quality and harder to find tea. Not cheap... Great staff!

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Felt like I'm teleported back to jiufen.

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We always take our visitors to the Tea Chapter and they love it. It’s in an old shop house in Chinatown. You go up a wooden staircase and leave your shoes in a cupboard at the top. You then have a choice of 3 types of table – Japanese (sitting on the floor), Korean low tables or Chinese (normal tables!). You can even have tea at the same table as Queen Elizabeth did many years ago - for a surcharge!Once you’ve chosen your tea, you’ll be given an interesting tea-making demonstration. After that, you can happily while away a couple of hours relaxing and savouring your tea. You can order small snacks if you’re peckish. The tea egg is an interesting one (!) and the tea cookies are especially nice. If you’re inspired to re-create the experience at home, there’s a shop downstairs where you can buy tea and tea-making paraphernalia. When the super-modern, super-busy city is getting to you, this place is a great antidote.

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We came to Singapore a year ago and happened upon this place while wandering through Chinatown. We were given some samples of different teas while searching through the shop and then told of the tea ceremony we could learn upstairs. We didn't have the opportunity that trip but one year later when we came back we made that the priority "to do" of our trip. It was worth it! They go through all of the steps of how to properly make Chinese tea (you may also learn Japanese or Korean ceremonies) and the reasoning brhind choosing certain teas. We also learned the best way to appreciate the tea. Be sure to sign up for the "Chop!" We earned a free teapot and tea!

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Brewing, serving and tasting Chinese tea is an art and you can have one of the Tea Chapter's servers show you how it is done. This is a pleaant way to spend some time relaxing after a day of sightseeing.

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We always take our visitors to the Tea Chapter and they love it. It’s in an old shop house in Chinatown. You go up a wooden staircase and leave your shoes in a cupboard at the top. You then have a choice of 3 types of table – Japanese (sitting on the floor), Korean low tables or Chinese (normal tables!). You can even have tea at the same table as Queen Elizabeth did many years ago - for a surcharge! Once you’ve chosen your tea, you’ll be given an interesting tea-making demonstration. After that, you can happily while away a couple of hours relaxing and savouring your tea. You can order small snacks if you’re peckish. The tea egg is an interesting one (!) and the tea cookies are especially nice. If you’re inspired to re-create the experience at home, there’s a shop downstairs where you can buy tea and tea-making paraphernalia. When the super-modern, super-busy city is getting to you, this place is a great antidote. Visited December 2012

Nice Chinese ambience. There have been quite a number of foreigners who visits the place as well. Minimum expenditure per person is $7 and ideally 3 or more persons visiting could get you a good pot of worthwhile tea. Service is excellent and there is a tea master of sorts demonstrating how to make a good pot of tea and explaining the various teas and its benefits. Enjoy coming here to chat all day with friends.

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