The trend from Taiwan

Maybe you’re familiar with the phenomenon “Bubble tea” that’s been flourishing on social media lately, the wildly popular drink of which originates from Taiwan. In the US they call it “Boba”, and now we finally have the opportunity to enjoy it here in Sweden! The cold tea-drink is served with small pearls made from tapioca starch. Asian Oolong Tea House recently opened up at Gallerian, a unique concept where they serve lots of different drinks and pastries you may never have heard of before. We paid them a visit to try out their menu, tag along for a sneak peek of what they offer!

Matcha Bubble Tea, Matcha Mille Crepes and Matcha Snowballs

If you haven’t tried matcha yet, you’ve come to the right place for your first experience. Matcha is finely ground green tea leaves and has come to be a bit of a “superfood”, knowing it’s filled with healthy antioxidants. At Oolong Tea House you’ll find lots of different kinds of delicacies with matcha flavour. How about a crepes cake in multiple layers or a classic matcha bubble tea? Or why not try the matcha snowballs?

Black Sugar Bubble Tea och Chocolate Mille Crepes

This chocolate cake is, just as the matcha one, made with multiple layers of crepes but instead of matcha, it’s bedded with layers of chocolate mousse. A light cake that melts heavenly on your tongue! Black Sugar bubble tea is a caffeine-free drink with black sugar and black bubbles, and you can get it either with regular, lactose-free or oat milk. 

Egg Tart och Jade Dew Cheese Tea

This tea drink is topped with a layer of whipped cream cheese mixed with cream, just as delicious as it sounds. With a tea of your choice you can customize this drink. We had it with “Jade Dew” tea, similar to green tea. Behind the drink, you can see the popular “Egg Tart”, which reminds of a cheesecake. A real favourite in our opinion.

Fruit Tea Super Mix 

If you’re in the mood for a real quencher, the “Fruit Tea” is your to-go-to at Oolong! This specific one is called “Super Mix” which really speaks for itself – it’s filled with a bunch of different refreshing fruits. 

Oolong Tea House is located on Regeringsgatan 29, welcome in and try something new!

Opening hours

Mon-Fri 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sat 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sun 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.