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297 Page St San Francisco, CA 94102
297 Page StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94102
(415) 861-0303samovartea.com
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Our Hayes Valley location is temporary closed. 

Please visit us at 498 Sanchez Street in the Castro, on 730 Howard Street at Yerba Buena Gardens, or for tea on the go, visit our new tea bar on 411 Valencia Street in the Mission!


Here at Samovar Tea Lounge, it’s never simply business as usual. For us, serving highest quality teas and sumptuous complementary cuisine is an art and a vehicle for the greater good. Making people feel good, feel healthy and attain happiness is our bottom line. And, challenging as it is, seeing our guests beam with joy and express their heartfelt gratitude is worth all the effort. What we do is an expression of our values, the high ideals and essence of the tea experience, and we thank you for joining us.
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Teas from around the world plus a short, Asian-inspired menu of light bites in a tranquil setting.- Google
"For food I like the quinoa waffle, wasabi ceasar salad, and the duck jook."
"Definitely will be back to try out one of the "Tea Service" options."
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Andrea Coens
a year ago
Tea, small bites, and tea service here are all well prepared with quality ingredients. The tea services pair tea and several foods that all fit a certain theme or place (british, paleo, russian, etc.) Foods here usually combine interesting flavors, such as wasabi ceasar salad. There's always a nice buzz here with a nice noise level and dim but not dark lighting. They sell tea and accessories here, too, which make nice gifts.
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Miyamoto Lena
a year ago
This Samovar is my favorite location for our monthly book clubs because they have seating in the back that works great for large to mid sized groups. It's a quiet spot which works well for discussions. The tea selection caters to every taste--and can be overwhelming the first time you are there. It's always a challenge finding the tea you want. I like the food there too when I want something light and healthy. I've had the Mediterranean platter dish which comes with a tasty hummus and pita.
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Adam Winkler
2 years ago
Relaxing, comfortable and warm, with tasty food. I enjoyed the "Moorish service", which was a very flavorful combination; I especially enjoyed the tea and kebabs.
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Alice Jou
a year ago
Great spot for lunch or afternoon tea. Their masala chai is expensive but it's the best! It's creamy with a lot of flavor. The jasmine lemonade is also delicious. For food I like the quinoa waffle, wasabi ceasar salad, and the duck jook.
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Michelle Rowe
a year ago
The more I experience, the more aware I become of the fact that I know very little about this world. I start this review this way because I am new to the tea scene. I came here to meet a friend for a drink of tea and a small bite to eat. What we got was a whole other level of enjoyment that can only be had when you gain knowledge. I had a wonderful tea called the Maiden's ecstasy. It was dark, rich in flavor and yet subtle on the tongue. A complex blend that seemed effortless. I had never had an aged tea before. The food was also a nice surprise. I read that the squash dumplings were a the thing to eat. They were delicious, but the sauce that they come with really compliments the flavors. We also had Moorish service which was delightful! Overall, this is a great place to come for a small dinner and some fantastic tea!
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jada delaney
7 months ago
The food is one of my city favorites, clean, straight forward food with a macrobiotic slant simple put- its nourishing!
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Joanna Tong
a year ago
One of three locations in SF. Usually less crowded than the Castro & Yerba Buena locations. A great spot for a relaxing afternoon. I particularly love to get their masala chai (best I've had), and a cherry oat scone.
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Darius Emrani
a year ago
This Samovar is a a good location. The teas are really the selling point for me, though they also have a decent dinner menu for you to explore.

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Please note our new hours: Sun - Tues: 10am - 6pm, Fri-Sat: 10am - 6pm. Closed Wednesday and Thursday.
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