Tea of Spring

Pleasing nuances of tradition

Generally light, the cuisine of Tea of Spring is a mix of authentic Chinese dishes and healthier options that stimulate a feeling of wellbeing. Imaginative offerings use traditional Chinese ingredients such as tea and a variety of herbs.

Crispy bean curd with osmanthus oolong tea leaves

Flavourful beancurd, fried to a golden brown and served with pork floss (maho).

Braised Dong-bo Pork Belly

Cubes of pork belly stewed until meltingly tender, served with broccoli and oyster sauce.


(63 32) 231 8224


Garden Level, Main Wing

Operating Hours

12noon - 2.30pm

6pm - 10pm

Dress Code

Smart Casual

Smoking Policy

Tea of Spring accommodates both smoking and non-smoking guests.