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Family Tea House

A traditional Chinese family restaurant in Prahan, Family Tea House is well loved and filled with diners every day of the week. With large red lanterns hanging from the ceiling and furnished with dark wooden tables and chairs, the dining room is warm and welcoming. The family that owns this gorgeous place make excellent hosts and the service is generous and familiar, mostly because the staff know their regular customers who check in for the daily yum cha – especially the fried dumplings, or flavoursome dishes like fish fillet in hot chilli, salt and pepper calamari or the Singapore prawns. Low key and super tasty, Family Tea House is a reliable and preferred neighbour on Chapel Street. Get up close and personal with this lovely Chinese diner.

  • Asian, Chinese
Opening Hours
  • Monday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Tuesday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Wednesday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Thursday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10pm
  • Friday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10:30pm
  • Saturday: 11:30am - 3:30pm, 5 - 10:30pm
  • Sunday: 11:30am - 10pm
  • Gluten Free Options
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (No BYO)
310 Chapel Street, Prahran, VIC, 3182

book now call 03 9521 5475

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