Cantonese Afternoon Tea - Yum Cha
You will visit a local restaurant with a 1950s atmosphere. Learn about the unique yum cha culture and food, and understand how it was impacted by the British.
Yum cha is a tradition from southern China, especially the Cantonese region.
Many movies depicting old Hong Kong or Shanghai begin with a scene showing a man walking into the tea house with his bird cage or cricket box in one hand and smoke pipe in the other. He sits down on his regular seat, orders his regular tea and dim sum, and as he does you hear the sound of pouring water to the cup, waiters loudly taking orders, and people at the table sipping on their tea and reading their newspaper or chatting. This is the traditional yum cha teahouse scene.
You will visit a local restaurant with a 1950s atmosphere. They offer special Cantonese style afternoon tea with many kinds of delicious drinks, famous Cantonese dim sum, and dessert. Learn about the unique yum cha culture and food, and understand how it was impacted by the British. You will be able to take an English menu so you can return with your family and friends for a truly fun experience.
Price: RMB1800 for up to 2 people
RMB400 per additional person
(Including expert fee, dinner space and food cost)
For a group of more than 10 people, please contact us for larger group offer
Program is 2hrs, Meeting Point: Direction's in both Chinese and English will be provided for you to arrive at our starting point.
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