Time Out says
This Brick Lane branch is the newest kid on the block from Yumchaa – a small group of cafés specialising in tea. Yumchaa began life as a market stall at sites across London and now boasts six bricks-and-mortar spots around the capital.
More than 40 loose-leaf tea blends are available to drink in (and to buy and take home), with options ranging from black, white and green tea to matcha, rooibos and tisanes. They're served alongside locally roasted coffee, pastries, sandwiches, muffins and salads, as well as tea accessories to purchase from the shop.
Users say (14)
Average User Rating
3 / 5
- 5 star:0
- 4 star:7
- 3 star:3
- 2 star:1
- 1 star:3
I am a coffee person, big time, but coming to Yumchaa for a craft class, I decided to give tea a chance for once. I was pleasantly surprised, Yumchaa has more than 50 different teas on offer and the two that I tasted were delicious and very original. The venue itself is charming and feels very comfy, a good place to sit for a few hours and to enjoy the surroundings. One low point: the lady at the till didn't give me any advice on which tea to try although I was clearly struggling, maybe something to improve in the future.
I'm afraid we had a really bad experience here. Very aggressive service.
I would recommend you seek out some of the really terrific alternatives on Brick Lane.
Until they improve their customer service - not worth going to!
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