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Opening alert: Verde Tea Kitchen in Mountain View

Uploaded: Mar 14, 2016
Verde Tea Kitchen, sister to neighboring Verde Tea Cafe in Mountain View, is now open and serving Taiwanese food and drinks.

As the name implies, Verde Tea Kitchen serves more than the cafe, which focuses on milk tea and other drinks (but does serve some food). Verde Tea Kitchen serves an array of food: noodle dishes, soups, salads, rice plates, stir fries and even pastas. There’s also milk tea, smoothies, shaved ice, tea and coffee.

View the full menu here.

Verde Tea Kitchen is located at 210 Hope St. (the former home of Spice Islands), just blocks away from Verde Tea Cafe at 852 Villa. The new outpost is open weekdays from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to midnight., according to a Verde Tea Cafe employee.
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