Casual Neighbourhood Joint: Teakha’s original branch in PoHo didn’t stay a hidden gem for very long — and the same is already happening here at its second outlet.
Look & Feel: You don’t need us to tell you that many quiet pockets of the Western District are now filled with dining hot spots, but thankfully Po Tuck Street — where Teakha Kitchen stands — has retained its charming neighborhood feel. The Teakha team clearly paid major attention to the interiors to create a warm, welcoming ambiance as it’s decked out in wood and rustic touches. Grab a spot on the communal table, or by the front door, where you can practically see gentrification happening right before your eyes.
On the Menu: Nestled on a quiet lane in Shek Tong Tsui just off Hill Road, Teakha Kitchen serves up the much-loved offerings you’ll find at the first branch. Look for Teakha’s signature teas (floral and herbal, brewed or cooked), as well as a larger selection of cakes and biscuits.
Meet the Chef: Owner Nana Chan’s passion for tea led her to open the first Teakha in 2012, and tea lovers all over the city responded enthusiastically.
Great For: Casual day-dates, lazy lunches, sweet treats, whiling away an afternoon.
FYI: Although it only opened recently, the cafe quickly rebranded from Teakha II to Teakha Kitchen.
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