I went to This resturant for a few different events and the food was wonderful, the service was out standing and the music was the best in the area. It is a simply beautiful tea house that is just off the port. of Norfolk and it really is a crown jewel. I loved it and I am a very hard person to please but it was simply the best for fine dining on a lower budget. The live entertainmet will keep you coming for both romantic and after work entertainment. For the budget : $-$$
I visited this establishment in 2008 and it was horrible; the food was bad, the place needed major repair to its hanging artifacts and there was too much in the dining room. They lost their best chef- a new young fresh face to the restraunt world who brought his charm and tallent to the sceene. James they need you back! My family and I will not be back till there is a new menue and new chefs and a new manager.
I love visiting the Teahouse. Its within walking distance of downtown Norfolk, and it sits in the middle of the Friendship Garden. The best time to go is when its warm outside. When its warm you can sit outside and listen to the fountains and watch the large koi swimming in the pools. The sent of lotus blossoms and the bamboo tinkling in the breeze. Tranquility in the City!
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