Wosret wrote:Do you mean All Things Tea (475 Bloor St. West)? If so, it's open, and I've been a couple of times. They keep their tea in large transparent glass jars and don't provide a timer when you order tea, so you can't time your steeping exactly. Otherwise, lots to choose from and a great place to relax with a friend over a cuppa.
Yes that's what I meant, just vaguely remember the name is similar to a documentary film "all in this tea"
So you can sit in and drink tea? I thought they only sell loose leaf tea. It looks like a tiny small place. Will give it a try next time when I visit Toronto. It looks less expensive than the tea emporium.
I didn't explore much of the "new chinatown" on north side of Toronto. The downtown Chinatown, I don't think there is much stuff there. But there are a few small stores in downtown chinatown selling cheap porcelain ware. I got some porcelain dishes there that are just cheap and no good. But I also got several 50cent small tea cups that are very well worth it. They don't look cheap and are good to serve large group gathering. I suspect even such cups in China can't be less expensive