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Savory Fare

Chinese Tea Egg

A popular Street snack in China and Taiwan - eggs soft-boiled in a mixture of tea, herbs, and spices.   1 for $3/ 2 for $5

Tea Leaf Salad

A one of a kind salad made with fermented Iron Goddess tea leaves, napa cabbage, roasted peanuts, sunflower seeds, shredded coconut, cilantro, fresh-sliced ginger, and green onion tossed in a lime and tahini dressing.   $11

Thai Soba

Soba noodles dressed in a savory peanut sauce and thin-sliced cabbage. Topped with sliced scallion, pickled carrot, and honey roasted chili peanuts.   $6

Szechuan Noodles

Soba noodles tossed in a spicy chili sauce with Japanese kimchi. Topped with crispy onions and scallions.   $6

Hiyayakko

Silken tofu topped with pickled ginger, bonito, and sliced scallion. Drizzled in ponzu.   $4

Miso Soup

Homemade dashi broth prepared with red miso. Served with tofu, scallions, and wakame.   $4

Tsukemono

A refreshing salad made of thinly sliced cabbage brined in salt, kombu, and chili.   $3

Kinpira

Sauteed carrot and burdock root drizzled in toasted sesame oil and sprinkled with tagaroshi and gomashio.   $4

Rosemary Chili Cake

A Chinese take on Italian olive oil cake. Made with rosemary and chili oil. Dressed with fresh ricotta cheese drizzled in honey.   $5

Szechuan-Style Popcorn

Spicy popcorn dressed with chili oil, sugar, and roasted szechuan peppercorns.   $2

 

Desserts

Seasonal Mochi

Soft, hand-rolled mochi with fresh fruit filling. Made fresh every morning.   $4

Moss Under the Cherry Tree

Matcha and rose nama chocolate fudge dusted in matcha powder and topped with delicate, cream-soaked rose petals.   $6

Summer Snow on Mt. Fuji

White chocolate mousse infused with Jasmine Silver Needle tea and topped with fresh mint.   $7