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Tea House at Chinatown

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by Matthew (subscribe)
WEN Editor
Published October 29th 2010
The Tea House at Chinatown offers a pleasurable dining experience as it overlooks the courtyard belonging to Melbourne's Chinese Museum. Obviously, Tea House is the name of this cafe situated in Melbourne's popular Chinatown. It offers customers traditional Chinese cuisine but tends to refer to the food as being part of its Cantonese menu. There's really nothing fancy about that, although the chef uses a modern method when preparing meals.

The servings tend to be a bit too small for the liking of some. For example, you may order a basic honey and lemon chicken on rice and could find that there might be sufficient rice but hardly any chicken. Therefore your enjoyment of the main part of the dish tends to be significantly compromised.

There's more than adequate space at the Tea house, with seating arrangements for up to 80 guests. However bookings should be made in advance due to the lack of parking.
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Why? Classic contemporary Chinese food
When: Monday to Thursday 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm; Friday 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-11pm; Saturday 5:30pm-11pm; Sunday 12pm-3pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Phone: (03) 9639 2526
Where: 11-17 Cohen Place, Melbourne, Melway Ref 1B S4
Cost: Depends on the menu
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