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Tea Chapter: Heritage Tea House In Chinatown With Mochi Balls And Oolong Sweet Potato

21st September 2022

Tea Chapter is a heritage tea house in Chinatown

tea chaper pu er
Image credit: Tea Chapter 

Tea aficionados, take note: there’s a hidden tea house along Neil Road that’s been serving up quality Asian teas since 1989. Located in a conserved three-storey shophouse in Chinatown, Tea Chapter houses a wide selection of tea, including premium pu’er, oolong, and more.

tea chapter oriental room
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Step inside the spacious tea house and you’ll be welcomed with a charming and cosy setup that’s perfect for tea appreciation. The Oriental Room, shown in the photo above, is a blast from the past. There are other seating options for you to consider, including Korean- and Japanese-style dining areas.

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Image credit: Tea Chapter 

The dine-in tea menu is rather extensive, with premium options spanning across oolong, white tea, green tea, and floral tea types. Prices are fairly steep, from $18+ for the Golden Cassia Oolong Tea, but the quality of each brew is said to be top-notch.

If you’d like to further develop your interest, check out their tea appreciation workshop that’s priced from $48+ per person. A minimum of two people is required for each session.

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Pair your cuppa with Tea Chapter’s assortment of tea-infused cookies. There’s the Chapter 7 Cookies ($5 for seven pieces), featuring seven cookie flavours specially curated for the tea offerings here.

There’s also the Oolong Sweet Potato ($5), an interesting snack comprising earthy sweet potato steamed with fragrant oolong tea leaves.

dragon balls mochi
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Mochi fans should try the dainty Dragon Rice Balls ($5 for six pieces). These are dried glutinous rice balls dusted with peanut powder and coconut powder, and are meant to complement the drinks at Tea Chapter.

If you’re looking for something to fill up on after your tea tasting, read our Breakfast Hola review for hearty Taiwanese breakfast at the nearby South Bridge Road. There’s also our Babas Peranakan review if you’re up for Peranakan-style mixed rice in Chinatown Complex.

Address: 9 Neil Road, Singapore 088808
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10:30pm
Tel: 6226 1175
Tea Chapter is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from Tea Chapter 

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