What kind of tea do they serve in the Korean Chinese restaurants? It looks like a Chinese restaurant, but it is melting. Like a house of joy which serves black / jjajangmyun noodles. I love tea, it's always the same kind. What is it. Basically … Most Korean restaurants I have been to serve barley tea, also called Boricha (): This page contains more information about it. Chinese Korean restaurants can be different. Koreans and Chinese drink lots of green tea, green tea would be likely. Chinese restaurants are also frequently oolong teas, especially darker, roasted oolong teas. I can not say exactly what it is. If it is a dark tea, lightly smoked or roasted, this is probably a oolong tea – if it is lighter but still caffeinated (barley tea is caffeine free), then it is probably a type of green tea.
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