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Feng Cha Debuts Desserts and Cheese Foam Tea in Chinatown

Dirty boba, cheese milk, and the strawberry princess cake arrive

The Oreo cheese dessert at the Feng Cha Teahouse.
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It took four years for China’s Feng Cha Teahouse to grow to more than 1,000 global outposts and only four months for the dessert and cheese foam drink specialists to debut a second expansion in Las Vegas.

Now open from 4 to 9 p.m. on Spring Mountain Road, ahead of unveiling its full day schedule later this month, Feng Cha has taken over a 1,929-square-foot space at the Golden Spring Plaza, close to Shigotonin, a recently launched Japanese-style tapas and sake bar, the soon-to-open shabu shabu menu at Broth, and the under-construction Korean barbecue concept, Napal Baji.

A hit in the southwest at the intersection of Warm Springs Road and Durango Drive, Feng Cha’s Instagram-worthy menu is prepared in a light and open counter-service space.

Sporting a name literally translated as “serve tea with respect,” Feng Cha’s reputation is built on a diverse collection of drinks, including fruit creations upgraded with kiwi, grapefruit, strawberry, and jasmine apple flavors; a caffeine and lactose-free “breeze” series; boba favorites; a section of brewed teas featuring oolong blends; plus cheese milk and frothy milk foam options.

The visually enticing desserts include taro chocolate, sea salt pearl, the “strawberry princess,” Oreo cheese, and a “tiramisu treasure.”

Feng Cha Teahouse, 5845 Spring Mountain Road, #A8. Open daily from noon to 9 p.m. and closing at 8 p.m. on Sundays.

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Shigotonin

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV

Golden Spring Plaza

5925 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146

Feng Cha Teahouse

5845 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV Visit Website

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