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First Flush Tea Room as it's name already suggests is more a tea room than a restaurant, but you can order some meal here as well.
First Flush Tea Room
This place is centrally located on Bonn's marketplace just next to Old Town Hall
Menu at First Flush Tea Room in Bonn
Porcelain cups at First Flush Tea Room
The thing is they are serving each tea in a different cup
Sugar-basin at First Flush Tea Room
Again, different sugar forms, staring small grains ending large ones. At first I thought it's some sea salt
Teapot at First Flush Tea Room
Each visitor is obligated to order a pot for himself, you are not allowed to share a pot here. Price for a teapot here is around EUR 7.00 and it's a lot of tea for person.
Real and delicious German sweets at First Flush Tea Room
The Bottom Line
First Flush Tea Room is centrally located in Bonn's marketplace right next to Old Town Hall. Although I'm not a fan of tea (I prefer coffee) this place indeed serves a great tea. The price seems a little bit too high (7EUR per pot) but it's a lively tourist place just in the heart of Bonn.
If you are a friend of little frippery, like porcelain cups, sure I can recommend First Flush Tea Room.
Visit official website: www.ff-tearoom.de (In German)