Peace Oriental Teahouse is a Japanese style tea house which incorporates the “Zen” elements. Coming here or just by seeing the pictures on the Internet, you will already feel relaxed and have the urge to visit.



The whole place feels modern and neat and the usage of wood elements already make you feel as if you were in Japan.


As the name suggests, this is a teahouse and coming here, you just have to try out their tea selection. Apart from Japan, owner Teerachai Limpapaitoon also sources teas from China, Taiwan, and Thailand.


We got the Idealist Collection Hojicha which was something light as we intend to have some intense matcha later on. When the tea was served, we were briefed on how long the water had to be in the tea pot before it is served.

You don’t only get to drink some good tea but also get to learn something new!



Koicha Cream [285฿] – They call it “the legend of matcha ice cream”. It is smooth, light and flavourful. Take some vanilla ice cream and dip it in the matcha for a cooling experience in your mouth.


Matcha Extremist [285฿] – “The world’s umami-est ice cream” is encased in a caffeine-absorbing bamboo charcoal crust. Break it open with the chopsticks supplied and it will reveal the umami-est matcha ice cream.


Over here, do expect the matcha to bring some bitterness as you are dealing with some real, potent stuff here.



Peace Oriental Teahouse makes a good photo spot too.


There also have some products and tea leaves for sale if you are interested.


Peace Oriental Teahouse is now located in 4 locations:

  • Sukhumvit Soi 49
  • G Tower Rama 9, G floor
  • King Power (Rangnam)
  • Velaa Langsuan

This is a hidden gem which is gaining popularity among tea and matcha lovers. Don’t miss it!

[Bangkok] Peace Oriental Teahouse paid for food review unless otherwise stated.

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