Hot Tea, Chill Vibes
The Finder Singapore|Issue 302
Take time to recharge with these popular tea pros in SG.
Ho Guo Xiong

Tea Bone Zen Mind

For those familiar with the local teahouse scene, Tea Bone Zen Mind is probably a go-to haunt. But, for the uninitiated, this teahouse prides itself on serving quality Chinese, Japanese and English tea in artisanal teaware. Housed within two nondescript shophouses in Emerald Hill, Tea Bone Zen Mind has a calming Zen-inspired decor and even boasts its own koi pond. However, you can’t just stroll in. You have to make a reservation via the website or phone in for a tea sampling session. (98 Emerald Hill Rd., 229374, 6334 4212, www.teabonezenmind.com)

Tian Fu Tea Room

Love dim sum and tea? Enjoy them fully at Tian Fu Tea Room. The Chinese restaurant – with three outlets – serves more than 30 types of fine Chinese teas ranging from the usual green and red varieties to more unusual offerings like yellow, white, and flower teas. If you’re heading to the PARKROYAL on Beach Road branch, pick the Imperial High Tea set (from $32 per person), where you’ll get tea pairings with seven dim sum and two dessert delicacies. (www.tianfutearoom.com for locations)

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