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#01-27/28 China Square Central 3 Pickering street Singapore 048660
 
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Listing created by Wei Ling on July 16, 2013    

The owner of Tea Party Cafe has been clear with her targeted audience right from the start - OLs & OAs (Office Ladies & Aunties) who work within the CBD area and are looking for reasonably-priced food away from the voracious lunch crowds. With its success, it now has another 2 outlets at Sixth Avenue & SMU itself.

Despite its name, Tea Party Cafe doesn't just offer tea & cakes - in fact, it has an extensive menu that includes typical Western mains and breakfast dishes too. The cafe has now even branched out to tea workshops that are conducted offsite. 

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Mon - Sat: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm


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Nice place!

This place is for people to chill and relax, with delicious food that comes below $10. My friends and I sometimes come here to catch up and have lunch together. What I like about the Tea Party Café is that the food takes below fifteen minutes to come, and the pastas come with a soup and a drink.

My favourite dish is the cabonara, and although the portion is quite small, and the soup not the best quality, it still tastes quite nice, and I am satisfied with the price I pay for it.

The environment in the Tea Party Café is air conditioned, a good place to escape from the heat outside. The second level is nice and comfortable, as it has sofas and couches, along with proper chairs and tables. This is a place for students to eat and study, or just to chill out.

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Great place to relax

The Tea Party Cafe is similar to several Western cafes in many ways - in terms of the menu options, it serves up the predictable pastas, soups and desserts. Nothing too interesting. The taste and prices are pretty decent and comparable to other places.

The winning factor for me though, is the ambience. At the Sixth Avenue branch that I frequent, the first storey stocks many magazines and board games for the enjoyment of all patrons. I love to head to the second storey to have my meal, as it is really quiet and outfitted with quirky and funky couches and tables for you to dine on. I know for a fact that many students in neighbouring schools also frequent The Tea Party Cafe for studying sessions.

Either alone or with a group of friends, The Tea Party Cafe is a great place for a meal. I still remember its the first eatery that I ever went to with my JC friends. It was late at night, we were all tired from orientation, but we had so much fun talking and getting to know each other over good food. This place deserves a visit!

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A Girls Day Out

The day was gloomy and rainy. My friends and I were looking for a reasonably priced place to have some nice lunch at.

We happened to chance upon The Tea Party Cafe, tucked away at Sixth Avenue, with soft, sink-in sofas and a nice, warm atmosphere. We ordered some great pasta which came with soup and a drink. As well as scones and coffee which were both delicious and reasonably priced. At a total of $8.50 for pasta, soup and a drink, it was a far cry from most cafes in Singapore right now.

The ambience was great; nice and cosy, I snuggled up on the sofa with my friends to chat. The staff were nice and friendly, warmly welcoming us in, and cheerily greeting us again when we left. We forgot that it was even raining outside! It was one of the best lunches I had in a while, and I hope to revisit the cafe again.

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Hot chocolate scone with cream cheese and a cappuccino
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Sixth Avenue
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