Add:52 Dongxiatang Street, Jiading District
This typical Anhui-style teahouse in suburban Jiading District feature whites walls and a black roof, bringing customers back in time.
It provides not only good-quality tea but also a lifestyle with respect to tea.
The owner has been a tea lover for more than 20 years.
Back in the 1990s, good tea was available in teahouses, but the atmosphere usually wasn’t very good. Conversely, if you found a teahouse with a good environment, chances were the tea wasn’t good.
The owner then decided to open a teahouse in which the tea, service and atmosphere matched his high standards.
Jing Chafang is spacious at 600 square meters. It has an area for regular customers and a function room for tea-related art exhibitions.
The teahouse also has a straightforward pricing system compared with competitors.
It charges for the space and the retail price of whichever tea is ordered. Most teahouses charge a package fee, which is often referred to as the “teahouse price.”
Having a tea specialist prepare the tea costs extra although customers have the option to make it themselves.
Unused tea leaves can be kept at the teahouse and used on a future visit.