Atmosphere: Casual cafe dining experience. Nicely decorated.
Menu: Available in English and Mandarin. They sell tea and some light bites.
Service: I cant fault their service. They are polite and will cater to your demands.
Average Price: HKD 100
Exit A at Sai Wan Ho MTR, turn right, walk straight down until you past the underpass beside the traffic light, cross and walk towards Fairwood cafe, walk straight down (opposite the direction of the oncoming traffic). Then turn left when you see a Japanese restaurant, you will be able to see Teavers Tea House. Its a bit complicated, so it will be good to print a map for this.
Restaurant opening hours/address:
Shop GB22, G/F, 45 Tai Hong Street, Site B, Soho East, Lei King Wan, Sai Wan Ho
Tue to Fri: 10:00-19:00
Sat & Sun: 10:00-21:00
Link to open rice
**Always check for the latest restaurant address as they tend to relocate often.**
The service is excellent. I appreciate that whatever you order, its baked fresh.
Upon entering, they present you with different tubes of tea to smell.
Its definitely not a place to order any food. We ordered the meat wrapped in puff pastry and it was just too oily, you can see the oil below.
The quiche is under seasoned, I can’t taste the spinach.
Then, we ordered the scones, but I felt it was too dry. But I like the jam that comes with it, it tasted of rose.
I also ordered the signature salted hazelnut latte. I like the salted taste to it but I felt that the tea was quite diluted and did not have much body to it compared to the Coffeebean tea latte I always drink in Singapore.
My colleague ordered a teapot to share. The teapot was impractical because it was hot and the handle was just too small and flimsy to hold onto.
The tea cup was hot and its design wasn’t practical to use for drinking as it could touch your face when you drink it.