Mi Xun Tea House: Fragrance of Tea and Vegetarian Diet

Authors: Go Chengdu

2016-04-21

Mi Xun Tea House is located at No. 7-8 Zhanghuali Lane hiding itself within the crowded, noisy and the busiest commercial community in the city.
Strolling in Taikoo Li Chengdu, you'd never expect an elegant, quiet teahouse hiding itself within the crowded, noisy and the busiest commercial community in the city.
Mi Xun Tea House is located at No. 7-8 Zhanghuali Lane, next to the Daci Monastery. Now an upscale teahouse, it used to be a mulberry garden of the monastery in ancient times and later was made an area of residential quarters.
Mi Xun Tea House
Designed by MAKE, a renowned design and architecture company from the UK, the teahouse is an embodiment of modern concepts and traditional Chinese culture, as exemplified by the design of the interior walls that highlight the designs of the Traditional Chinese medicine compartments in old drugstores of the old times.
Apart from tea of various kinds, the teahouse provides vegetarian dishes based on the concepts of healthful diet of the Daci Monastery.
Mi Xun TeaHouse
Whether it's fried rice with lotus-flavored soy, millet congee with Goji berry, glutinous rice with lotus root and mushroom and rose soup, the balanced diet at the teahouse is light and tasty, prepared with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Mi Xun teahouse

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