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Cha-An Japanese Tea House
Posted by Anonymous on 2014-08-12
This is my normal stop when I'm in NYC. Today will be my last. Poor service, food quality has gone downhill and dessert was burned.
Posted by ccd on 2009-08-17
Lovely tea house with darling waitresses. I Loved the jasmine green tea and the oolong , though I don't remember which one.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-07-30
I really like this place. We went to have lunch there too. For $10 you also get a pot of tea. Portion is not that big, but price is still reasonable for that area. If you have a big appetite, It's better to go to a restaurant first, and then have tea and
Posted by k linda on 2009-07-28
I was hesitant about ordering the desert because it seemed a little pricey. It turned out to be delicious. I would go again for the creme brulee alone. The place is a little small, but very intimate. The service was great. I can't wait to go again.
Posted by Noisy neighbor on cell phone.... on 2009-07-16
There was a woman who was speaking so LOUD on a cell phone I kindly requested her to tone it down. ( I really do hate people on cell phone in a restaurant) She simply said " SHUT UP!" The waitress saw everything and did nothing. said nothing. Although
Posted by epoh4 on 2008-11-17
Orginally we were going just for tea and some afternoon treats, but a hectic morning left me hungry and I eyed the menu for something more substantial. Their daily lunch special fit the bill perfectly, and at $10 (with tea) was a bargain to boot. The un
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-03-18
This place is indeed a little sanctuary within the hustle & bustle of this busy city. I haven't tried any of their savory dishes, but I do have to give 2 thumbs up for their desserts, especially their soufflÃ© & black sesame crÃ¨me brulÃ©e! Although, I do
Posted by Chingwa on 2008-03-14
How can this place have no review here yet??? This teahouse is a much needed retreat from the hectic city life... It's tiny, but the service is great and the food is great and the tea is great. They have a decent [select]ion of teas from Japan/China/Indi