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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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A telephone, money and other items were taken from the highlyrated tea house but the Bearhug Company - located directly above the cafe -was the worst hit.
Emma, who also lectures in fashion at the University of Huddersfield, said: "We spent more than 18 months looking for the ideal location for our little tea house and we were delighted when we found the property situated near the university and next to the main shopping street.
New Brighton Seahouse - a 21st-century pier for New Brighton, inspired by a tea house and a chip shop; How Liverpool will look if the new pier gets the go-ahead
A lot of nice people have been coming in," said Carol LaValley, an employee at the Tea House.
Young Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has constructed the tea house as part of the Japan 2001 celebrations, currently taking place throughout the UK to promote Japanese culture.
I always order two hot lemon drinks at each tea house that I stop in.
They also appreciated the Multan Tea House which enabled intellectuals and writers to promote literary values.
Camerons Brewery has teamed up with The Olde Young Tea House in MIddlesbrough and its owner Carli-Jayne McNaught to create a new tea infused pale ale.
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.
Kasim, 37, of Cardiff, has been running the awardwinning Waterloo Gardens Teahouse since 2008, and last year opened a new tea house in Penarth.
Speaking of the vision for the premises he explained: "We plan to open the Tea House by the end of June then towards the end of the year we can start doing an evening restaurant service on Friday and Saturday.
The tea house will also sell retail items - such as baskets, chocolates and gifts - like those sold at the Basket Beanery, which was a few doors down at Church and High streets.