A one-page food menu and multipage tea menu reveal the main focus of this exotic hideaway which is part restaurant, part interactive museum. High-quality tea is served gaiwan-style, in lidded cups; choose from a wide range of whites, greens, blacks, herbals, oolongs, puerhs, and more. Traditional teahouse food is served here as fresh and bright as what some barefoot hermit might whip up for a picnic on a windswept peak: fresh noodles and organic seasonal produce, prepared almost macrobiotically, with practically no oil, tasting like sunshine.

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Price: $

Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, cash

ParkingChoice: Street

ReservationsChoice: Accepted

Attire: casual

Entertainment: none

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