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About The Tea Bar
'The Tea bar' is the premier tea & restaurant of healthy Korean style located in Fort Lee, NJ.
the Tea bar is a new concept cafe & restaurant. Expect the unexpected, including very reasonable prices and refreshing teas and western/Korean fusion dishes.
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Contemporary American, Korean, Contemporary Korean
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch, & Dinner:
Monday - Thursday: 10:30am - 11:00pm
Friday - Saturday : 10:30am - 12:00am
Sunday: 10:30am - 10:30am
Between Main St. and Angioletti Pl.
$30 and under
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The Tea Bar Ratings and Reviews
It was my daughter's recommendation to choose this place to meet with someone for semi-business occasion. The ambience is nice and the staffs were very courteous. I am actually living in the same town but never visited this place before. Will definitely go back.
My 12-yr old son & I came here after hiking across the GW Bridge from Manhattan. Opentable is a very good resource to find places to eat wherever we're out of town . Staff (all wearing earpieces/mics) was attentive from entry. Clean, bright, modern. Philadelphia cheese steak & fries were delicious. It was a more "healthy" version. Salmon & vegetables steamed in a pouch was okay, but could've been seasoned better. It was a bit bland, but definitely a healthier interpretation. Coffee was good. Very good choice for this small town.
Nice restaurant in a small shopping mall in Fort Lee. Good place to have both snack & tea or full meal.
They have healthy and simple Korean and American menu. Their service is always great and food is delicious. Everything is served with some vegetables so you can have well balanced meal. All dishes are visually apealing. Kimchi fried rice & Patbingsu are my favorite!!
Amazing fusion korean food! My friend. I have been here several times with collegues from work as well as with my family and have never been disappointed. the table servers are freindly and quite helpful, too.
I have had everything from Kimchi Fried rice to Ktown burger and I always enjoy the dishes. I would also recommend trying something new like huge vegetable dishes and rabbit-shaped shaved ice that you will see on the table next to you.
Great tea selection! I was looking forward to trying the burgers on the menu like the Ktown burger with Kim chi, (since many reviewers on yelp were raving about it) however the burger patty itself was a disappointment. It was overcooked so much it shriveled up. The rest of the burger dressings and bun were good, but what's a burger without a good beef patty? There was a jazz keyboard player/singer when we went at night, which other patrons seemed to really enjoy. I might go back again to try more tea but definitely won't be ordering food again from there.
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