701 venues found

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1 You don’t go

1/F, Dragon Hotel, 120 Shuguang Rd | View Map

As the weather is getting warmer, “crayfish” (in Chinese xiaolongxia) are back on the table. Small restaurants, eateries, and food stalls are preparing the fiery-red little crustaceans. This mon...


2 Hawker 18

4/F, Chengxi Intime City, 380 Fengtan Rd | View Map

Hawker 18 specializes in Southeast Asian cuisine and has now brought south China’s coconut chicken soup to Hangzhou. This dish is widely popular in Guangdong and Hainan provinces as it’s simple and...


3 Tai Chi Teahouse

184 Hefang Street | View Map

With a long-spouted teapot around their body, waiters pour tea from a distance into cups while they assume tai chi style poses, circling the vessel around their head and balancing the long spout on th...


4 He Cha Guan

No. 15, Fayun Lane, 42 Qiushi Rd | View Map

He Cha Guan is situated in the picturesque Fayun Village near Lingyin Temple and the prestigious five-star resort Aman Fayun. Owner Pang Yin, an antiques collector, originally opened the teahouse t...


5 Qingteng Teahouse

2/F, Yuanhua Department Store, 278 Nanshan Rd | View Map

Expect some quintessential Chinese styles at Qingteng Teahouse, with paper lanterns, wooden chairs and tables and doors, blue-and-white porcelain tableware, Chinese instruments, and Chinese music play...


6 Herbs Expresso

179 Jiefang Rd | View Map

Traditionally, Chinese medicine shops sell potent leaves to brew herbal teas at home, but hardly ever can you enjoy a cup right in the pharmacy. However, Hangzhou’s Huqingyutang Pharmacy has set up mo...


7 Wan Oasis Curry Restaurant

229 Anye Rd | View Map

A batch of Thai restaurants that opened over the past few years have introduced Thai cuisine to Hangzhou. On online rating sites, Wan Oasis Curry receives top scores. The restaurant serves authenti...


8 Breaker Matcha

2028 Jiangling Rd | View Map

Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea. Though it originated in China when the method of making powdered tea from steam-prepared dried tea leaves became popular in t...


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