Holiday Part 2 – Melbourne – Oriental Tea House

Cuisine: Chinese
Location: Melbourne CBD

I chose this as a place outside of Chinatown but I’m not too sure how wise that was. This was a quiet place which had yum-cha and al a carte. Unfortunately, being on your own doesn’t allow one to do justice to yum-cha so I could order only so many meals. Chicken feet are a favourite of mine and so that was first on the list.

Verdict: Good selection of yum-cha which was very good but I have had better in Northbridge in Perth. A bit more on the expensive side. Not a place I’d go again.
Price: Moderately Expensive
Taste: Average
Value: Poor
Recommendation: Try Once If You Want But Not Worth Visiting Again

Oriental Tea House on Urbanspoon

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Holiday Part 2 – Melbourne – Oriental Tea House, reviewed by Shaun on 2008-08-30T17:44:24+00:00 rating 2.4 out of 5

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