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Hi Tea 沁茶

Hi Tea 沁 茶 is a small place located between via Paolo Sarpi and via Bramante where you can stop for a small break based on tea and some sweet or savory snacks.


The place is small and spartan, with a few seats in a back room where you can have one of the snacks on the menu: rice dumplings, waffles, chicken nuggets or fried chicken wings and chips.

To drink, however, you can order to be consumed on site or to take away tea (black, green, oolong or buckwheat), green tea with fresh fruit (I tried the lemon one, not fresh, digestive and good), bubble tea in different qualities (such as coconut, matcha or brown sugar) or even in a winter version.


The prices are slightly higher than the average in the area but the portions are more generous. It is also possible to order products directly from home with Deliveroo.

Hi Tea Cookingwiththehamster
Hi Tea | © Cookingwiththehamster
Hi Tea Cookingwiththehamster
Hi Tea | © Cookingwiththehamster
Hi Tea Cookingwiththehamster
Hi Tea | © Cookingwiththehamster

Hi Tea 沁 茶 is a small place located between via Paolo Sarpi and via Bramante where you can stop for a small break based on tea and some sweet or savory snacks.


The place is small and spartan, with a few seats in a back room where you can have one of the snacks on the menu: rice dumplings, waffles, chicken nuggets or fried chicken wings and chips.

To drink, however, you can order to be consumed on site or to take away tea (black, green, oolong or buckwheat), green tea with fresh fruit (I tried the lemon one, not fresh, digestive and good), bubble tea in different qualities (such as coconut, matcha or brown sugar) or even in a winter version.


The prices are slightly higher than the average in the area but the portions are more generous. It is also possible to order products directly from home with Deliveroo.


📍 Via Bramante 32, Milan

📞 +39 366 251 7255

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