Most of the best Chinese and Taiwanese tea places around are in Broward (think Gong Cha, Tiger Sugar, Hanji, and Kung Fu Tea). But at least Miami has Ohla Tea. This small tea house specializes in boba and other iced milk tea drinks that originated in Taiwan and became wildly popular throughout East Asia. Ohla Tea has a decent selection of milk teas, as well as all the popular toppings, including a lightly salted cream cheese foam that’s the perfect counterbalance to the sweet drinks. Boba - those chewy black tapioca pearls - are always optional. However, this place also has Taiwanese and Hong Kong snacks, including Japanese-inspired sandwiches like crispy chicken katsu, curried fish balls, and billowy egg waffles that look like golden sheets of bubble wrap.
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