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December 23, 2014

Dragon Tea

Dragon Tea has been around for at least a year now, but it took me this long to try it because it's located in Waikiki, and I don't get to Waikiki very often these days.  They are located on Nahua Street, which is a one way street heading mauka (towards the mountains), therefore the best way to get to this tea house is from Kuhio Avenue.  Keep your eyes peeled for metered parking or free parking along the Ala Wai.

I can't tell you a lot about this place because I was in a rush to get my drink and get back to my car since I was parked in a 3-minute passenger loading zone.  But I can tell you that their black milk tea rocks and their tapioca balls are cooked to perfection.  Their drinks are on the pricier side, but that is to be expected since they are located in Waikiki.  As bubble drinks are very popular among the locals, they could get a lot more business if they were situated in a location that has more parking.


Medium Black Milk Tea with pearls
Dragon Tea
423 Nahua Street
Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 921-9988
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