KiKi Tea Hong Kong opens fourth outlet

KiKi Tea Hong Kong has opened its fourth branch, at Telford Plaza in Kowloon Bay.

The Taiwanese bubble-tea chain is operated by Hong Kong hospitality group Lai Sun Dining which is opening outlets at a rapid pace in the city. The new boutique-style venue is styled after a minimalist Zen courtyard with rustic interior design and communal oak tables encouraging diner interaction.

KiKi Tea, an extension of the renowned KiKi brand, stands out from the Taiwanese bubble tea crowd showcasing quality, mostly natural ingredients including premium Taiwanese tea leaves, black sugar and cane sugar, along with authentic Taiwanese tea recipes – highlighting handmade pearls and pressed-to-order House Blend Teapresso.

The first KiKi Tea Hong Kong pilot store opened at Sun’s Bazaar at Pacific Place and was followed by KiKi Noodle Bar (KiKi Tea) flagship outlets at IFC mall in Central and K11 Musea at Victoria Dockside in Tsim Sha Tsui East.  

To mark the Telford Plaza opening, KiKi Tea has partnered with KitKat to serve a collection of chocolate beverages.

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