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Hidden Dragon Tea House

2202 Broadway St, Redwood City, CA 94063
(650) 298-8268 · $
Rating: 3.0 out of 5"8 Yelp reviews ·

Hours

  • Mon - Thu9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Fri9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

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Coffee & Tea

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Latest reviews

  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"by Julisa L. at Yelp User Review7/5/2012This place a little of everything, they sell anything from hotdogs to tapioca, chicken chowmein to cocktails.. interesting place..I came here to get some hot drinks. My friend go the hot taro drink and I got hot chocolate. The hot taro milk came out lukewarm, my hot chocolate was really hot tho. We asked her to reheat the taro milk but it was about the same. More
  • Rating: 2.0 out of 5"by Anh W. at Yelp User Review2/25/2012I came here to get a milk tea tapioca drink.The ran out of tapioca and so I only had a milk tea instead.I got the classic flavor with ice and it cost $2.50. I gave the cashier a $20 bill and she gave me back $2.50. I had to remind her that I gave her a $20 before I got the rest of my change.She didn't seem to do it … More
  • Rating: 2.0 out of 5"by Shannon L. at Yelp User Review7/14/2010The only two places to get boba in downtown Redwood City are at Formosa Bento House and Hidden Dragon Tea House.The former only offers the milk tea and the latter has more variety.Both are not that good compared to real boba joints but if I had to pick, I'd pick Formosa.Recently I got the Taro Milk Tea with … More
  • Rating: 1.0 out of 5"by Victor G. at Yelp User Review7/14/2010With a name Hidden Dragon Tea House, why are they making food items?Aren't they supposed to be a tea house cafe? And where does diet pepsi go into watered down orange crushed soda? So until they learn how to take down customer orders correctly, my money is not being deposited at this place. More
  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"by Dan B. at Yelp User Review1/5/2010This is the third business to be added to the kiosks on courthouse square in Redwood City.Their biz card says: Asian Food/Bento Box/Pearl DrinksI decided to try one of their "dragon bowls" (your basic Chinese food + rice) during an event downtown.They had a decent variety to choose from, including … More
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