Tea Sutra, Newcastle upon Tyne Reviews
Description:Address: 1st Floor / 2 Leazes Park Road / Newcastle upon Tyne / NE1 4PF
Newest Review: ... the sort you'd have found in an old fashioned chemist's shop, are the canisters of the many kinds of tea stocked at Tea Sutra. The place has a wonderful smell, a mixture of all the different varieties of tea which has amalgamated to become a warm, slightly sweet aroma with spicy undertones. The seating is a mixed bag with several rattan chairs and sofas which are covered in differently ... more
Customer Tea Sutra, Newcastle upon Tyne Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/12/12 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I've long been one to bang the drum for the independent coffee house. The apparently shocking news that Starbucks ensures it pays the minimum possible tax to the UK treasury by cleverly exploiting the loopholes in the system doesn't surprise me in the slightest and is just another reason to avoid this international chain that doesn't play by the rules and contributes to the loss of identity of our high streets. The independent coffee house is where I head to catch up with friends over a coffee or fill in half an hour with a latte and a good book. Not any more, however; you see, tea is the new coffee and in Newcastle that means only one place - Tea Sutra. As ... Read the complete review
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