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Michelle Attard
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Bun House & Tearoom

Be transported to 1960's Hong Kong

Leave London behind and be transported back to 1960’s Hong Kong at Bun House’s hidden cocktail lounge, the Tea Rooms, where the walls are adorned with sumptuous drapes, the neon glow of Cantonese lights and the air is filled with the sounds of vintage vinyls.

A long list of Asian inspired cocktails awaits you at the Tea Rooms, where you won't find cliché drinks flavoured with Mandarin and Lychee, but Instead fkey ingredients such as black sesame, ginseng and Baijiu. Be sure to glance over at the bar and watch the experts create every cocktail like a work of art. 

It’s not just the cocktails that are mouth-watering but also the delicious food on offer, from oolong smoked sticky quail to crispy lace topped dumplings. If you were to try just one thing on the menu, it has to be the melt in the mouth sugar skin Iberico pork. 



Phone: 02080179888


Instagram: @8unhouse

Price Range: £££ Cocktails: £14/Snacks: £4 - £15

Must Try Dish:  Sugar skin Iberico char siu pork

Opening hoursMon – Weds: 11am-11pm Thursday: 11am-midnight Friday: 11am - late Saturday: 11am - late Sunday: 12pm-10pm
Address26-27 LISLE STREET WC2H 7BA

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