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January 28, 2020

Cloud Nine Cafe Opens at Market City

Cloud Nine Cafe celebrated its grand opening today at Market City.  Members of the media were invited for a blessing ceremony, and subsequently indulged in the signature Japanese-style Souffle Pancakes, Bubble Tea Drinks, as well as Taiwanese dishes inspired by owner Anna Tam's roots in her home country.

Strawberry Black Tea

Signature Milk Tea
If you love boba tea, you'll love the plentiful options at Cloud Nine Cafe!
Brown Sugar Cream with Boba Souffle Pancake

Strawberry Souffle Pancakes
The pancakes were as light and fluffy as they looked, and will definitely satisfy any sweet tooth.
Braised Pork with Tea Egg & Rice

Pork Dumplings
 The Dumplings were delicious.  They were stuffed with flavorful pork. 
Ham, egg, cheese, cucumber; cooked dried pork, egg, cucumber, tuna with onion, egg, cheese

Cold Noodles with Sesame Sauce
The sandwiches were filling, and the noodles were perfect for a warm day.  

Tea Eggs
I tried Tea Egg for the first time, and I thought it was good - the tea flavor was very mild.

Congratulations to Cloud Nine Cafe on the grand opening!


Cloud Nine Cafe
2919 Kapiolani Blvd
Honolulu, HI 96826
(808) 739-9988

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