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Tea Rooms at the Bun House, London

Tea Rooms at the Bun House is a 1960’s Hong Kong inspired tea rooms serving up gourmet Cantonese forgotten favourites. Hidden away underneath the Bun House, the Tea Room is accessed by a separate door, delivering an intimate drinking location, centred in the heart of London’s Soho, Greek Street.

There was no scrimping when it came to interior selection, the Tea Room offers a perfect balance between traditional Asian eatery and modern bar. The bar-meets-tea room features luxe draping, neon lights with brass and simplistic accents.

The menu is presented as a traditional newspaper and orders are taken via the tick box or number selection system. The chilled-luxe vibe makes this bar a delight to visit. For those who love to explore the drinks, offer an authentic taste of China. All drinks served using Chinese spirits and flavours. Baijiu (China’s national drink), is used across all drink offerings, but don’t worry it’s not too far taste from vodka.

Tea Rooms also dishes up some nibbles, and traditional snacks to help soak up some of that Baijiu, from our favourite Lamb Shoulder, Garlic Wings to the more traditional Lotus Crisp.

Tea Rooms at Bun House can be located at 23 GREEK STREET, London, W1D 4DZ and you Can book HERE

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