Chado Tea Room

Japanese American National Museum

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Customer Reviews

5,018 Ratings

Location is nice. Parking is Pasadena. Lucked out and got a spot on the street. Service is OK. Food was great.
Shirley D. · May 12, 2016
Great selection of tea and excellently prepared. Nice ambience at the Little Tokyo location. Friendly and nice wait staff.
Eileen S. · February 14, 2016
Chado Tea Room is a wonderful place, where you can taste any kind of tea, and it's cozy place Many good restaurants around and easy to walk around after tasting teas
Shmuel K. · December 10, 2015

What You'll Get


In England, teatime, or afternooningtons, is a tradition as revered as losing Revolutionary Wars. Enjoy a British brew with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

  • $25 for tea festival admission for two ($40 value)
  • $49 for tea festival admission for four ($80 value)
  • $60 for tea festival admission for one with tea sommelier service ($100 value)

The Los Angeles International Tea Festival takes place December 5-6 at the Japanese American National Museum. The two-day festival honors the enduring history of the world’s most versatile drink with guest speakers, classes, and an exhibit hall featuring more than 30 shops and brewers. Marquee guests include Devan Shah of International Tea Importers, Chado Tea Room co-owner Tekeste Mehreteab, and author and tea enthusiast James Norwood Pratt.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Dec 7, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Chado Tea Room


Devan and Reena Shah, and Tek Mehreteab are passionate about tea. By sourcing leaves from eight regions in India, China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and Japan, they are able to proffer more than 300 standard and specialty varieties online and inside Chado Tea Room. The name Chado, taken from the Chinese cha, meaning "tea," and the Japanese do, meaning "path," speaks to the owners’ strict standards for their product. Many of their green, black, white, and oolong teas are USDA-certified organic; the Shahs also stock unique varieties such as Chinese pu-er teas and hand-tied blooming tea balls. In addition, they brew special house blends for morning, afternoon, and evening, helping customers find the right blend to start the day or serve to bats that have invaded their home.

Staffers pair teas with an array of cream-topped scones, cookies, cakes, and roasted savory sandwiches during teatime at Chado's three tearooms. Though each location is decorated differently, the same three-tiered sandwich platters and steaming pots of tea travel between panda paintings hanging in the Los Angeles location, underneath strings of holiday lights at the Pasadena location, and between ceiling-high wooden shelves stocked with mugs, filters, teapots, and bags of loose-leaf tea at the Hollywood location.

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