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Oriental Teahouse, Melbourne Central

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by Diana (subscribe)
Just an university student who spends hours in the city.
Published August 12th 2012
If you're a lover of tea and yum cha, or simply looking for something new - this place is worth a visit for its good food, good service and good experience. Founded by David Zhou, Oriental Teahouse is an epitome of class and flavour.

Upon entering restaurant from Elizabeth St (near Max Brenners), you will be immersed in the beautiful atmosphere and design of the place. The tea menu is extensive to a range of different flavours and ingredients - enjoy some signature tea to lift up your mood, oolong tea and a chat with your friends or sharing a fruit tea served hot. Each tea is given a quirky name and description, you won't be disappointed. Tea and glassware are also for purchase in store.

You'll be given an opportunity to choose what pickles your fancy - steamed, pan fried and golden fried, soups, mixed baskets of dumplings, desserts and specialties. Most dishes comes in small portions but the general idea is having a different selection of food to enjoy on one sitting. Takeaway, yumcha service and booking functions are available.

Roast duck dumplings, sticky rice, rice paper prawn rolls, football dumplings and tea!

Spicy calamari, BQQ pork buns, sticky rice. Must try the BBQ pork buns, they're divine!

Mango black tea beautifully displayed.

I strongly recommend Oriental Teahouse.

There is also destinations in South Yarra, Chadstone and Lt Collins Street Melbourne.
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Why? A great tea and food experience
Phone: 613 9066 0207
Where: GD 068/69 Melbourne Central Shopping Centre
Cost: Cheap, ranging from $4.90 and above
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