Yangzhou Cafes and Teahouses Guide
Address:No. 35 Desheng Qiao, head west down an alley off Guoqing Rd.
The Fu Chun Teahouse is another traditional Yangzhou teahouse & restaurant set down a narrow alley in the old section of town. There is also a second location on Times Square in the center of town. If you can’t make it to Ye Chun, at least make a trip to Fu Chun. The fare here is, like Ye Chun, traditional Yangzhou cuisine.
Address:No. 10 Feng Le St.
The Ye Chun Teahouse has been a Yangzhou staple for nearly 200 years. Not only is the teahouse set in one of the prettiest locations in town, along the tree lined banks of the Hu Cheng Canal near the Qian Long Imperial Dock, Ye Chun serves up some of the best steamed Chinese dishes as well.
Hours:Open for dim-sum from 6-11am. Open for dinner from 5-8pm.
Address:No. 1 Fengle Shang Jie
This Ye Chun offers similar fare to the other Ye Chun across the street. They share the same name, both have a long history in Yangzhou, and as far as we know, are both equally famous for their dim sum. Steamed buns (baozi, 包子), thin tofu noodles in broth (tanggansi, 烫干丝), and giant soup dumplings
Price:at least 50 Yuan for a man
Address:Zhenyuan square, Wenchang road
Address:wenchang square, wenhe Rd
Good place for rest. You may relax yourself and have a cup of coffee with good reading.
You can also have delicious Western-style food and drinks here.