Oriental Teahouse | South Yarra

A longtime favourite for dumplings and yum cha on Chapel Street, South Yarra, Oriental Teahouse is both traditional teahouse and buzzing Chinese restaurant, where friends and family come together to sip on tea and dine on their favourite Chinese dishes.

Located in one of Melbourne's major shopping precincts, Oriental Teahouse Chapel Street is favoured by weary shoppers eager to rest their feet and refuel after a long day on the high street. Soak up the atmosphere of our teahouse in South Yarra and enjoy our selection of both classic and contemporary dumplings, complemented by one of our signature teas, carefully blended by owner David Zhou to bestow the drinker with good health.

Our Chapel Street venue provides a unique teahouse experience that eases from daytime to nighttime, where patrons can enjoy delicious Chinese restaurant fare and the old-world charm of a Shanghai drinking den, all under the one roof.

Tucked away upstairs is Zhou Zhou Bar, our 1930s Shanghai-themed bar where you can sip on cocktails, beer and spirits, and feast on the best dumplings and yum cha from the kitchen downstairs.

With a 3am licence, it boasts an extensive range of Asian craft beers and lagers, an exciting Japanese whisky list, and an innovative Asian-influenced cocktail list.

Mon to Thurs: 10:30am - 10pm
Fri: 10:30am - 11pm
Sat: 10:30am - 11pm
Sun: 10:30am - 10pm


❊ Address & Contact ❊


Oriental Teahouse | South Yarra⊜ 455 Chapel Street South Yarra | Map
455 Chapel Street South Yarra
(03) 9826 0168

❊ Web Links ❊


Oriental Teahouse | South Yarra 

www.orientalteahouse.com.au


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