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Name: Tea House (Tra Hoa)
Address: 132 Bui Thi Xuan, Hai Bà Trưng, Hanoi

Directions: Just North of Vincom Tower

Phone: (+84) (0)24 39762880
21.01279225290039 105.84978997707367
Description: A stylish tea house with a large variety of drinking options.
Rating: 4 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 3 reviews.

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No 16, Lane 8, Nguyen Thi Dinh Str, Cau Giay Dist, Hanoi, Cầu Giấy, Hanoi

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3 Reviews (Followed by 6 users)
 
mmmarchie
mmmarchie on Tea House (Tra Hoa)
January 26th, 2011 at 12:39 pm

This is a great spot to enjoy a relaxing ambience and a good cup of tea (note, they only serve tea...). The tea house is adorned with low tables, pillows, candles, and your occasional group of chatty Vietnamese pre-teens. The tea was great, and Tra Hoa offers a huge selection. Granted, it's a bit hard to determine exactly what you're ordering since the menu is only in Vietnamese.
It's a great spot to find refuge from the cold winter weather, but wear socks, as you have to leave your shoes at the door.

 
vansluys
vansluys on Tea House (Tra Hoa)
May 4th, 2008 at 3:02 pm

loevd the selection of tea here. I developed a cravnig for good tea O long tea is my favourite here and what is also good the very friendly service with a genuine smile.being a tall guy i have some difficulties though with the limited space when it's crowded. However the toilet is worth checking out!!

 
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Dratman on Tea House (Tra Hoa)
October 22nd, 2007 at 12:02 am

Yet another option for those seeking something to do on an evening or if you are sick of bia hoi and expat bars. Unfortunately unlike teahouses say in Canada, this place get noisy, I guess as such the Vietnamese way. But noisy early in the evening, as people leave or maybe if on a weekday, there are less people and you can actually relax here. Tra Hoa has 3 outlets in Hanoi, but this one, on Bui Thi Xuan near Vincom Tower, in particularly has good mood atmosphere: dim lights and candles. The floor seating adds a nice touch like that at Chim Soa restaurant. Peg as a Chinese tea house, the selection is largely Chinese teas: Taiwanese too and Confusian influence. If you feel pickish, then there are some condiments to order. Apparently, the Vietnamese women I came here with love the beef jerky. Tra Hoa does have an English menu but the names are far fetch: "5 blessings teas", or "bitters for my lovely wife"...or something like that.

Prices are 16k+ per cup to 45k for a pot. Definitely a place for a date, though noisy at time or a place to chill out. Has Wifi, but I really can't imagine coming here during the day to do work. In the end, this place offers an good alternative to the bars and clubs scene in Hanoi.

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