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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