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teahouse

a restaurant, esp in Japan or China, where tea and light refreshments are served

Teahouse

A Japanese garden house used for the tea ceremony.

teahouse

A Japanese garden house used for the tea ceremony.
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Carli-Jayne McNaught, owner of the Olde Young Tea House, said: "The tea house first opened in 2009 and the response was so fantastic we soon expanded and moved into much larger premises.
He said a special committee, comprising government officials had been formed to allot membership of the Tea House to literary persons, hailing from South Punjab.
Northern Tea House is trading in lower King Street from premises formerly occupied by bookmaker Ladbrokes - with co-owners and partners Emma Grain and Kevin Chatham offering a selection of 20 different teas as well as savoury lunches and afternoon teas.
When we talk of the Pak Tea House Lahore, it is about the intellectual depth of the city - a place where intellectuals used to enjoy meaningful conversations.
This is evident in his work at The Tea House which features the homeless people of the northern region of the Republic of Armenia, who were disenfranchised following the Spitak earthquake in 1988 and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The Tea House, like its sister restaurant The Cotton House in Bonnybridge, is a fabulous reminder that fine Chinese dining is not only found in the biggest cities in Scotland.
Ingrid Goodwin owner of The Tea House, Station Road, Queensferry has based the coffee shop on a 1920's theme Downton Abbey |style.
Mr Pugh approached Adrian Coles, Relationship Director at Nat-West, for funding to develop the coffee and tea house, which has views of Castell Coch.
Camellias Tea House prides itself on its premium loose-leaf teas or the consumer who seeks the finest quality and the connoisseurs' who can tell the difference in the type of blends used.
The tea house draws great attention of tourists and local customers.
Weena Clark, a former marketing and merchandising executive, spent much of her youth visiting different cha chn tengs and it made perfect sense to bring the quaint tea house environment to Bahrain, as she has been living here for more than 12 years.
Four years on from their hillside discussion, those dreams have become a reality as the Quilliam siblings open their first specialist tea house.