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Liquid refreshment makes up most of the extensive menu at Cha for Tea, and the high point may be the lilac-hued, creamy taro-milk tea. Even the food at Cha features notes of tea. The subtle tea-flavored minced pork and the tender, stew-like, tea-flavored beef are served with your choice of rice, egg noodles, or salad, and two sides of the day.
Boba, or tapioca-pearl tea, is now as familiar as the Frappuccino. But unlike the blended concoction, a perfect boba tea isn't so easy to come by. At Cha for Tea, the boba balls are consistently plump and soft, and they absorb just enough of your tea's liquid to give them a tailored taste. The secret to Cha's success, it seems, is their willingness to accommodate any kind of drink to go with your boba: blended, iced, hot, with soy milk, with ice cream, whatever. And the bigger secret may be the addition of an old-school ingredient not always found in the chewy, cassava-based pearl standard: sweet potato.
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