Types of Seatings

Tea

Dragon Well 2 Tea House

龙井 | Dragon Well
Origin: Hang Zhou
Aroma: Chestnut / Beans
Colour: Light Green

Bi Luo Chun Tea House

碧螺春 | Bi Luo Chun
Origin: Su Zhou
Aroma: Fresh Leaves / Flowers
Colour: Light Green

White Peony Tea House

白牡丹 | White Peony
Origin: Fu Jian
Aroma: Honey
Colour: Light Yellow

Silver Needles Tea House

白毫银针 | Sliver Needles
Origin: Fu Jian
Aroma: Honey / Young Sprouts
Colour: Light Yellow with a tint of Beige

Imperial Golden Cassia Tea House

御用黄金桂 | Imperial Golden Cassia
Origin: Fu Jian, An Xi
Aroma: Osmanthus
Colour: Golden Yellow

Phoenix Shrubbery Tea House

凤凰单丛 | Phoenix Shrubbery
Origin: Guang Dong, Chao Zhou
Aroma: Lychee
Colour: Yellowish Orange

Guan Yin Wang Tea House

观音王 | Guan Yin Wang
Origin: Fu Jian
Aroma: Chinese Orchids
Colour: Golden Yellow

Supreme Tie Guan Yin 2 Tea House

极品铁观音 | Supreme Grade Tie Guan Yin
Origin: Fu Jian
Aroma: Chinese Orchids
Colour: Golden Yellow

Hong Shui Oolong Tea House

红水乌龙 | Hong Sui Oolong
Origin: Taiwan
Aroma: Ripe Fruits
Colour: Brownish Orange

High Mountain Tea Tea House

高山茶 | High Mountain Tea
Origin: Taiwan
Aroma: Flower
Colour: Golden Yellow

Oriental Beauty Tea House

东方美人 | Oriental Beauty
Origin: Taiwan
Aroma: Honey / Fruits
Colour: Brownish Orange

Top grade Narcissus 2 Tea House

极品水仙 | Top Grade Narcissus
Origin: Fu Jian, Wu Yi Mountain
Aroma: Bamboo
Colour: Dark Orange

Scarlet Robe Tea House

大红袍 | Scarlet Robe
Origin: Fujian, Wu Yi Mountain
Aroma: Ripe Fruits / Wood
Colour: Dark Orange

Lapsang SouChong Tea House

正山小种 | Lapsang Souchong
Origin: Wu Yi Mountain
Aroma: Smoked Pine Wood
Colour: Dark Red

Aged Pu Er Tea House

大叶普洱 | Aged Pu Er
Origin: Yun Nan
Aroma: Aged / Woody / Earthy
Colour: Reddish Brown

Mini Raw Pu Er Cake 3 Tea House

普洱小饼(生) | Mini Raw Compressed Pu Er 
Origin: Yun Nan
Aroma: Fresh Leaves
Colour: Light Green

Jasmine Pearls Tea House

茉莉珍珠 | Jasmine Pearls
Origin: Fujian
Aroma: Jasmine
Colour: Light Green

Silver Hair Jasmine Tea House

茉莉银毫 | Silver Hair Jasmine
Origin: Fujian
Aroma: Jasmine
Colour: Golden Yellow

Jasmine Tea 2 Tea House

茉莉香片 | Jasmine Tea
Origin: Fujian
Aroma: Jasmine
Colour: Golden Yellow

Osmanthus Tea Tea House

桂花茶 | Osmanthus Tea
Origin: Fu Jian
Aroma: Osmanthus
Colour: Golden Yellow

Snacks

Snack3 scaled Tea House

茶渊精选香酥 | Chapter 7 Cookies

Dessert2 scaled Tea House

普洱茶冻 | Pu Er Tea Jelly

Dessert3 scaled Tea House

神龙戏珠 | Dragon Rice Balls

Main4 scaled Tea House

寿桃 | Shou Tao

Snack2 scaled Tea House

茶叶蛋 | Tea Egg

Snack1 scaled Tea House

香酥鳕鱼片 | Fish Fillet

Main6 scaled Tea House

乌龙地瓜 | Oolong Sweet Potato

Main5 scaled Tea House

包子小三元 | Mini Bao Platter

Main3 scaled Tea House

龙井面线 | Dragon Well Noodles

Main1 scaled Tea House

点心拼盘 | Dim Sum Platter

Main2 scaled Tea House

荷叶饭 | Lotus Leaf Rice

 

Rates for Tea Drinking

Minimum charge: SGD $9.00 per person.
Applicable for orders on tea leaves only. Excludes purchases of snacks.
The total minimum charge will be billed if the total amount per table falls below the minimum charge.

A 10% service charge and surcharge for premium rooms apply.
*Walk-ins only for Weekends and PH. [No Reservations]

Tea Chapter Trading Pte Ltd
4.5
Based on 484 reviews
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Kendrick Tan
Kendrick Tan
09:11 31 Mar 22
Very informative session with the tea master through their Dusk to Dawn package. Lots of knowledge sharing about... history of tea and various types of tea, what temperature to brew the tea and what are the right steps to brew and drink the tea.Highly recommended to join their tea classes if you always wanted to learn more about tea. Snacks that came with the package are yummy too.read more
SH P
SH P
12:02 14 Mar 22
Love this tea house. Have frequented this since my teens. Love that there is such a nice, chill place to hang out in... town.read more
Amos O
Amos O
06:56 13 Mar 22
Nice environment to chat away on a weekend afternoon. The cookies are pretty nice too. We had some elephant ladies... that was above us on the upper floors and we could feel the ceiling shake while they elephant their way around .read more
Tart T
Tart T
09:13 12 Mar 22
Very authentic and fun experience learning about Chinese tea, good experience for elderly parents.Enjoyed the cookies... and ice cream puffs tooread more
Leloyqy
Leloyqy
11:39 22 Feb 22
Love the place,a small shop house located along the bustling street in Chinatown.Great place to hang out with friends... and even alone to enjoy the tranquil and calming environment as you put your mind at ease while being educated and trying out the difference variety of tea leaves they have to offer as while as the intricacies of drinking tea.Must try activity.read more
JY H
JY H
13:37 21 Feb 22
Took up the Tea Appreciation session and it was a great experience for my husband and I. Had the chance to learn abt... the history of tea and China, the different types of tea and their benefits, hands on session of tea drinking... Thoroughly enjoyed ourselves on the 1-1 experience! We will come back for tea drinking and catch up with friends and family for sure. Highly recommended.read more
Ng Hanzy
Ng Hanzy
08:20 13 Feb 22
Was surprised by the amount of cultured human beings on earth when i reach here. The short 7 minutes introduction was... very educational, sufficient to make me a cultured singaporean. May get too thirsty due to small teapot size for brewing. But overall, i really love this place, the ambience and their tea is extremely good. Will be back again to practice my patience.read more
La Madame NomNom
La Madame NomNom
08:21 08 Feb 22
Nice and quiet tea house. Plenty of Chinese tea to choose from. Bear in mind the $9/pax min spending and 2hr time... limitation. $5 additional for Korean and oriental styled tea room, $10 additional for the bigger room. Japanese style area is not chargeable since it has no partition and no curtain. First timer can request for demo.read more
JC JAS
JC JAS
01:45 06 Feb 22
It's a nice and cozy place to enjoy tea, have snacks with family or friends.They have a wide variety of tea leaves to... choose from.Their snacks are quite yummy too. 😋read more
Sitinabar 88
Sitinabar 88
02:50 16 Jan 22
Such a well hidden gem! From the moment you stepped in, puts u in a zen mood. Shoes are kept away in their shoe racks.... Staff is accommodating and friendly. Unique experience for me, cause its my first Tea House. Very clean and neat. Good selection of teas and snacks. They allow you to have a slot for 2 hours. Definitely coming back here!read more
Carolina Lee
Carolina Lee
11:07 01 Jan 22
My friend suggested this place to catch up since we like to drink tea. We had to choose 2 types of tea to start. We had... a lighter tea and a stronger one. The food menu is small consisting of tim sum and tea leaves eggs. The eggs are cooked to perfection, so flavourful and tasty. Tim sum is not bad too. If u have not experienced the art of tea ceremony, you can come here to try. But there's a time limit of 2 hrs each slot.read more
Yj Tan
Yj Tan
10:52 01 Jan 22
Interior was very nice, staff was very knowledgeable and friendly and service was quick. Food was good too! Definitely... an interesting experience and will return againread more
Denise
Denise
03:13 17 Dec 21
A good place to catch up with friends and family in a lazy afternoon over cups of tea. However, the staircase may not... be friendly for elderly. The waitress who served us is not so friendly when my friend wanted to reconfirm the duration, tea type etc. with her.. And she told us not to leave our used tissue on the table for them to clear when she saw we are sanitizing our hands with wet wipes. When asked where is the dustbin, she immediately tell us they don't have any in house and we can throw them outside when we leave the place later. At first, I thought it is hygiene issues and they do not provide any tissues but later, they served us with wet wipes n napkin to use as well. Overall, the tea we selected and the snack is fine. Minus 1 star for not so good service.read more
Eunice Foo
Eunice Foo
15:31 29 Nov 21
This experiential tea house is truly a hidden gem! They’ve been around since time immemorial; i remember coming here to... learn about tea when I was a kid…It was almost a full house when we went but thankfully they offered us this um special table that queen Elizabeth II once occupied (for a cover charge of $10). We got ourselves the white peony tea. My favourite part was when the lovely waitstaff taught and demonstrated to us how to enjoy the tea before leaving us to our own devices for the rest of the afternoon.For the uninitiated: each teapot holds ~ 1 spoonful of tea leaves which can give 5 infusions. Pour the hot water into the teapot for 20 seconds (add 5 seconds for each subsequent infusion) then out into the dispensing cup. Make sure u only hold the teapot and secure the lid with one hand like the Chinese ancients!! Then dispense the tea and enjoy.Jelly platter (comprising herbal jelly, lychee jelly and osmanthus jelly) paired well with the tea.Sugar peanuts were nice to munch on whilst chit chatting.The dim sum is supposedly not made in house but we were satisfied with the chicken lotus rice.read more
Wanxin “wx” Woo
Wanxin “wx” Woo
03:10 24 Nov 21
A wonderful tea house that serves authentic tea. It was an interesting experience as staff explained the rituals such... as how to hold a tea cup and the amount of time needed to brew each type of tea. You can also borrow some of their board games such as Chinese chess to play.read more
Tina Yuan
Tina Yuan
00:35 10 Nov 21
We have 30 minutes yesterday. However it’s fantastic please. Thanks for sharing the beautiful culture of drinking tea.... Will bring friends here more often.read more
Cindy
Cindy
05:50 06 Nov 21
First visit there to get tea as gift. 🎁 Stepped in to the tea house with a pleasant vibe. The uncle recommended their... signature house tea which is the Imperial Golden Cassia at $35 for 50g. According to the uncle, the signature tea was served to the Queen Elizabeth II 女皇when she was in Singapore. Although I haven’t tried the tea but the good service there is definitely worth another visit.read more
Yi Lin
Yi Lin
06:01 30 Sep 21
Staff are friendly and knowledgeable about the various teas. Even when explaining how to drink the tea, they have a... calming manner that makes the experience 10/10. If you go on a weekday, it’s serene and almost like you’re not in SGread more
Rannald Sim
Rannald Sim
16:39 14 Sep 21
This will probably be my new favourite place on a weekday. Love the tea selection and the quietness. Excited to make it... a regular feature with remote workread more
Joyce Poh
Joyce Poh
11:26 01 Sep 21
A nice place for friends gathering. Good location just opposite Maxwell Food Centre. Something new tea tasting... experience.read more
Zaw M.H.
Zaw M.H.
14:29 29 Aug 21
Wanted to try it for quite sometimes and made it happen today.While appreciating the culture of taking tea in very... traditional way, tasting the chinese food and snack in new style was another dimension of life style I think.Nice experience anyway.read more
Tony Ma
Tony Ma
05:05 13 Aug 21
Hidden & underrated. Good quality teas & great service with the staff guiding you through a tea ritual (if you haven’t... done it before). Beautiful traditional Chinese decor and seating. Awesome snacks too - especially the Mochi balls.read more
Dennis N
Dennis N
05:42 23 Jul 21
Professional and clear instructions was given. Happy with the warm and friendly service. Do order the tea eggs along... with your lovely pot of tea.On our second visit we also tried and enjoyed the Taiwan oolong along with the tea biscuits, especially the rose infused.read more
Jacqueline Koh
Jacqueline Koh
15:53 09 Jul 21
This is one of my favourite haunts in Singapore - it's zen, peaceful, and has a great ambience for catch-ups with... friends, while enjoying high quality tea at the same time. Service is great as well. Highly recommended!read more
Thomas Pan
Thomas Pan
05:24 01 Jul 21
The ambience was quiet and the staffs are very friendly. If you are first time there, they will patiently teach you and... go through the basic tea etiquette. Good place to chill and relax with a nice pot of tea.read more
Ryan Teo
Ryan Teo
20:32 27 Jun 21
Tea Chapter is a nice place for having afternoon tea that is near to Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar. You can also buy... different teas and accessories. It has a small but interesting history too, where they keep a tea set in a corner of the shop that was used by Queen Elizabeth. The weekends are quite crowded and they do not take reservations.If you are new to tea, you can ask the staff to introduce how to appreciate tea.read more
Ming Cheng
Ming Cheng
16:27 06 May 21
Been to this place a couple of times and it's always been a fantastic experience. Most of all, we always come here for... the much coveted booth seats, which are cozy, intimate and give you a lot of privacy. They're hard-to-get though, so you may only stand a chance on a weekday. Tea is great and I particularly like the aged pu-erh.read more
SUMIN
SUMIN
14:16 28 Apr 21
Had a wonderful experience at tea chapter. Staff are passionate and helpful. Their tea flavoured cookies are fragrant... and unique. Ambience is great too. Will definitely be back.read more
Angie Lee
Angie Lee
15:23 29 Mar 21
I absolutely love this place! Can with another friend and we opted for a place at the highest level whereby you can sit... on the floor. A very nice tea set is then served, and you can experience brewing your own tea here. Ordered the herbal eggs as sides to the tea, and it was delicious too!read more
William Ho
William Ho
12:18 20 Mar 21
Great place for an introduction to the art of preparing and drinking Chinese tea. Was told that when Queen Elizabeth... visited Singapore, she dropped by Tea Chapter. Tea Chapter concocted a tea in her honor and named it Golden Cassia. I had Golden Cassia accompanied by Tea Chapter's tea eggs. Their tea eggs were the best that I have ever eaten. They were even better than the tea eggs that I have had in Taiwan and China.read more
Kelvin Wee
Kelvin Wee
11:34 23 Jan 21
4+ stars for entire experience.Ambience decorated on traditional Chinese style, with Japanese-like seating with shoes... off on floor or elevated seats.Food quality: Good quality tea sourced from China. 茶叶蛋 / tea egg is very nicely done and live up to the reviews.Price: You’ll have to pay up for the experience.Service: As others have recommended, best to ask for demonstration from waiter how tea is made for you to enjoy the experience.Crowd: Full on weekend afternoon, suggest you make a reservation!Payment: Credit card, GrabPay acceptedread more
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