This restaurant, bar and karaoke joint close to Camden’s Stables Market takes its name from the Chinese practise of drinking tea - a tradition nearly always enjoyed while tucking into dim sum. And it's dim sum in which this place specialises.
There's plenty of choice to it, too. Options include pork and prawn shumai, crystal scallop and prawn dumplings, steamed lotus leaf rice with chicken, pork and shrimp, prawn cheung fun and beef ball on bean curd skin. And if you're feeling adventurous? Try the chicken feet in black bean sauce, or the five spice pig ear.
Outside of the dim sum, the menu borders on pan-Asian - think nasi goreng from Malaysia, massaman curry from Thailand, Vietnamese-style spring rolls and Japanese gyoza. It's all available to take away, too.