Do you enjoy tea? So do we! 😊

These are our handpicked recommendations for the <Top 5> Best Tea Houses in Bucharest – the places where you want to cool down after a hot summer day or warm up during a cold winter evening.

p.s. Number 5 is too pretty! Enjoy!

  1. Bohemia

Located near the oldest park in Bucharest, Cismigiu Park, Bohemia Tea House is one of the coziest places in the city. Beside the excellent tea, you can have a relaxing evening reading a book or enjoying the company of an adorable cat on comfortable pillow chairs. In the summer time you can admire the garden while cooling down with an ice tea and listening to classical music from the Music School across the street. However, during winter, what could be better than warming up in the attic of a house, playing board games with your friends? It’s the best place to relax after a tiring day at work or at school, to have fun with your friends and of course to taste a delicious cup of tea from the vast list of flavors from all around the world.

Opening hours: Monday-Sunday 1200-2300

Address: Str. Poiana Narciselor, nr.1,

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2. Infinitea

In the beautiful neighborhood of Cotroceni you can find the unique Infinitea Tea House, located at the first floor of an old historic villa. Infinitea takes you back in time; the atmosphere is one of a kind with the antique furniture and decorations all in baroque style. In the warm seasons you can relax on the terrace, delighting yourself with their delicious cakes,  their fresh juices and of course, the teas they have to offer.

Opening hours: Monday-Friday 200-2300

                              Saturday-Sunday 1200-2300

Address: str. Dr. Grigore Romniceanu, nr.7, ap.2, sector 5, București

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  1. Camera din față (The Front Room)

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One of the tiniest tea houses in Bucharest, Camera din fata – “The Front Room”, provides 8 unique tables, many flavors of tea and coffee, lots of homemade cakes and candies to taste and a glimpse of the past. The atmosphere combined with the perfect selection of music and antique decorations transports you back to your childhood.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 800-2200

                               Saturday – Sunday 900-2200

Address: Strada D. I. Mendeleev 22, București (Piata Romana/ Romana Square)

More details here.

  1. Ceainăria 5 / Tea House no. 5

The friendliest and coziest place you will ever see; located in a tent placed in the yard of the Podstel hostel during the summer, and inside of the hostel itself during winter time, it offers you and your friends the opportunity to mingle with the other visitors and fellow local tea drinkers. It is the perfect place to enjoy a cup of tea, play with cats, meet new people, have fun playing board games, listening to live music or even watching a movie.

Opening hours: Monday – Friday 1000-2300

Address: Strada Olimpului 13b, București 040198 (nearby Unirii square)

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5. Acuarela/Watercolor

Acuarela in Romanian translates to Watercolor and it is the perfect depiction of the place; full of colors, full of life and with a very sharp 70’s vibe. Besides the tea you can also enjoy a cup of coffee, smoothies, cider, local craft beer and even have something to eat if you’re feeling hungry. It’s one of the best spots to relax or work, to admire the unique design of the place & also to listen to live jazz concerts. A must see place in Bucharest!

Opening hours: Monday 1400-2300

Tuesday – Thursday 1200-2300

Saturday – Sunday 1200-0000

Address: 40 Polona Street Bucharest

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