Went here to this tea house on a Saturday around 6pm with my mom. It was a very relaxed atmosphere. They had nice seating area with charts on the table for what each type of tea was good for in regards to your health. Very friendly service. The food did take a while to come out but it was a nice atmosphere that we enjoyed while drinking our tea. There was going to be a traditional tea ceremony later on but we ended up leaving before that started. You can check the calendar for the different events that they hold.
We ordered a medium pot of tea to share of detoxing Rooibos tea that was recommended. The price for the medium pot was around $4. We received all different tea pot and cups. They were very cute. It was a very good light tea that you were able to taste some of the different flavors as you drank the pot. We ended up finishing the pot and asked for extra hot water. The second time around it was lighter but you could taste the lemon aftertaste a lot more.
We also ordered and split the Asian salad $7.39 and Korean BBQ Noodles with tofu (after 4pm special) $8.75. The salad was very good. Had nice flavor. Cabbage pieces were a bit large for a salad but didn't make to much of a impact. The Noodles were very light in flavor. Didn't have too much of the bulgogi sauce flavor. My mom found it a bit spicy but I didn't think it tasted spicy at all. I really enjoy spicy Korean food.
I would defiantly go to this tea house again to have a large pot of good quality of tea while reading/working on my computer/relaxing on their couches.
Although I probably wouldn't order the noodles again there was plenty of other food to try on the menu. Their tea quality in my opinion is what really made the difference for me for this tea house.
Cons: Not too flavorful Korean BBQ noodles, Could use more dessert options 4 vegans