The Bílý jeřáb tearoom
is located in Prague's Smíchov - the centre of the left bank of the Vltava river. You can find us a few minutes walk from the busy intersection at the Shopping centre Nový Smíchov, and equally close from the nearby Kinsky Garden, which connects the Anděl area with Petřín hill. In a quiet and calm modern environment you can have a rest and use our services.

We offer homemade vegetarian and vegan food, desserts created to our own recipe, a supplementary offer of three top French wines and non-alcoholic beverages. Nevertheless, exclusive teas are, of course, the core of our offer. We serve them informally, but with the utmost attention to the quality and your comfort.

On weekdays, you can try our daily menu (soup, main dish, tea) at a discounted price.

We look forward to meeting you in the Bílý jeřáb tearoom

Our menu.


Tea menu - CZ / EN

Carte - CZ / EN

Exclusive - CZ / EN


Must try.

  • Black teas
  • Green teas
  • Oolongs
  • Other teas
Black Ureshino

Unusually processed Japanese (black) tea.

Bai Lin Ju Hong

One of the three most famous black „Gong-Fu“ teas from the Fujian province.

Dian Hong

Well-known and favourite Chinese black tea from the Yunnan province.

Jungpana FF 2015

Excellent first flush Darjeeling tea from the Jungpana tea garden.

Yang Yan Gou Qing

An excellent Chinese green tea from Lin Hai with precisely rolled leaves.

Long Jing

One of the most traditional Chinese green teas, in English called as "Dragon well".

Kabuse Yamato

An excellent sort of Kabuse from Japan. Brightly greenish infusion is fresh, sweetish with vegetal tones.


Japanese tea Matcha of very high quality, suitable for a traditional Koicha and Usucha serving.

Bo Luo Mi

A marvelous Taiwanese light oolong. Its taste is harmonic, floral-fruity with with tones of ripe pineapple.

Gao Shan

Very delicate and milky taste with a smooth, pleasantly sweetish and mineral aftertaste with a light floral hint.

Gaba oolong

Goldish infusion colour of a light fruity taste with a fragrance reminiscent a fermented stone fruit or pear.

Mi Lan Dan Cong

Oolong from the Feng Huang Mountains in the Guandong province. A light, honey sweetish and floral taste.


In our countries a little known Japanese speciality. Pure sakura leaves. Caffeine free.

Huang Ya

A rare tea from the Huo Shan Mountains in the An Hui province.

Bangwei Shan Gushu 2010

An excellent sheng puerh from the spring harvest 2010.

Mengku BingDao Gushu 2006

The tea from the spring harvest of the BingDao village in the Mengku region (Shuang Jiang).