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Westfield Valley Fair’s Rabbit Rabbit Tea boba stand expands to an ice cream shop at Stanford Shopping Center

Uploaded: Aug 3, 2022
By Stephanie Gerson

Rabbit Rabbit Tea first arrived in California with a boba tea stand inside Westfield Valley Fair in the summer of 2018. The company started out by opening boba stores in Taiwan and has since expanded to China, Hong Kong, Japan and the U.S. Rabbit Rabbit Cream, Rabbit Rabbit Tea’s new sister store that opened last month at Stanford Shopping Center, sells boba tea drinks and soft serve ice cream inspired by their most popular boba tea flavors.


Customers can opt for a waffle cone or cup for their soft serve and choose from a variety of toppings. Photo courtesy Rabbit Rabbit Cream.

Soft serve flavors currently include Thai Tea, Kyoto Matcha, Iron Buddha (Oolong Tea) and Buckwheat Milk Tea, which is a non-caffeinated and non-dairy flavor. Customers can opt for a waffle cone or cup when ordering soft serve and choose to add toppings such as toasted marshmallow or Oreo cookies. The store sells fruit tea, classic milk tea and drinks such as Crème Brulee Milk Tea that are unique to the Rabbit Rabbit franchise. For indecisive customers who love both boba tea and soft serve, Rabbit Rabbit Cream’s boba parfaits combine boba, milk tea soft serve and toppings to create a layered dessert.

Rabbit Rabbit Cream plans to rotate its soft serve flavors every month and sell savory snacks in the near future. The store is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Rabbit Rabbit Cream, 78 Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto. Instagram: @rabbitrabbitcreampa.

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