teahouse FAQs

What are the operating hours of The Teahouse at Qiwellness Living?

The Teahouse is open  for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and for dinner from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm for dinner.  Our last call for lunch is at 1:30 pm and our last call for dinner is at 8:30 pm. The Teahouse is close on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Where will we be seated?

the teahouse

This al fresco area overlooking the lake is recommended for cocktails and al fresco dining. We can setup romantic tables for 2 persons, intimate tables for 4 persons, as well as larger groups.

the dining hall

This air-conditioned hall, enclosed in glass, overlooking the lake, is our more formal offering. Equipped with Ming Dynasty 2 meter high chairs and a one piece rectangular table over 20 feet long that can seat 20 or so guests, this area is perfect for family banquets or corporate events, as well as communal dining.

Due to our location and open architecture design, there may be occasional occurrences of insects while you are dining.

What do you offer in your menu?

We offer our multi course degustation menu and a la carte as main choices. Our degustation menu's courses change seasonally over spring, summer, autumn, and winter, as inspired by China's four seasons. Our a la carte are essentially 3 course menus as these come with soup and salad. From 2:30 to 5:30 pm, we offer a dimsum selection to our overnight and spa guests, in case they would like to snack in between meals.

Our  'yin yang set menus are arranged to be enjoyed within an hour and a half. If you feel that you do not have this amount of time for your meal, we suggest that you book for a more leisurely date and time.

To request for our updated menus, please text +63 917 522 6969 or email teahouse@qiwellnessliving.ph

What if I am allergic to one or more courses in the set menu?

For guests with food allergies and other dietary restrictions, we recommend that you inform us of this in advance and we will try to offer alternatives.

Do you have a dress code?

We do not impose a strict dress code and a smart casual attire should be sufficient. However, we do not allow male guests wearing sleeveless shirts and male and female guests wearing flip-flops and/or slippers. For our bathhouse guests, bathing suits are only allowed within the bathhouse areas. Our dining spaces are al fresco, and not climate-controlled. As the climate can quickly change over a meal, we strongly recommend that you bring a shawl, sweater or a jacket during cooler seasons in case you need to feel warmer.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, Visa, and MasterCard