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ENJOY SOMETHING LIGHT, ANY TIME OF THE DAY OR NIGHT

By day, Yumacha is a tranquil setting for breakfast, afternoon tea or an informal get together. At night it becomes a distinctive venue for drinks and cocktails.

Yumacha’s unique character will draw a diverse mix of guests, for all kinds of occasion. It’s the perfect place to sit, relax and watch life go by to the soothing notes of chilled out beats.

Serving morning Cakes & Bakes with an Oriental twist, Lunchtime & Evening Tapas dishes from across Asia, Afternoon & High Tea with an Oriental influence. All this with your favourite Herbal Tea or Cocktail.

YUMACHA EXPERIENCE

At Yumacha we aim to provide a sociable drinking and dining experience with an eclectic mix of delicious food and divine cocktails in a relaxed atmosphere

BOOKING INFORMATION

At Yumacha we only book out 60% of our tables. The rest are left for “walk-in” diners and drinkers.

On Friday & Saturday we have two sittings (7-7.20pm & 8.40pm onwards), bookings before 7.30pm are allocated approximately one and a half hours before the next booking.
Though bookings are recommended at the weekends and for larger groups.

For bookings of 8 or more we require a £25 deposit and tables of 10 or more have to pre-order their food unless they are having a set menu.
We do not charge Gratuity (apart from tables of 8 or more) this is left at your discretion. 100% of your tips are shared among the staff.

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LET’S GO YUMACHA!!

When the Chinese say let’s go “Yumacha” It means let’s go eat Dim Sum, which is delicious bite size delicacies, created using a wide range of Wrappings, Pastries, Dough, Fillings, Cooking Methods and Marinades to produce a variety of texture and taste. The Asian version of Tapas.

All washed down with a refreshing cup of loose leaf herbal tea.

In Cantonese, Dim Sum means “the heart’s delight” or “touch the heart.” Named appropriately because the food really touches the heart!

The culinary art of Dim Sum took several centuries of development, eventually becoming inextricably linked to the Chinese custom of “Yum Cha” – meaning “Drinking Tea”. Travellers journeying along the Silk Route needed a place to rest, resulting in Tea Houses springing up along the roadside. The local Tea House eventually became the place for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and relaxing conversation.

Our menu is a mix of Steamed Dim Sum and Tapas style dishes from the Far East. We hope you’ll enjoy the experience. “The proof of the pudding is in the eating!”.

CELEBRATING SOMETHING?

For an event with a twist, why not chose Yumacha?

We can organise your event from a small meeting during the day, to a staff party, birthday or wedding at night.

We can tailor a meal to suit any occasion, from a finger buffet to a full banquet.

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