WASHINGTON — Ding dong tea is on the menu at some D.C. restaurants.
The popular Chinese tea is available for dinner at some of the city’s most popular eateries, including Ding Dong and Tang Dynasty, but it’s not for everyone.
Dong tea has become a national obsession in recent years, and the popularity of the drink has spawned an entire cottage industry catering to the tea-drinking masses.
Ding Dong is a tea made with red ginseng and green pepper, and is often served with steamed rice, noodles and steamed veggies.
It’s made with tea leaves that are infused with the medicinal herb bergamot.
It has a pleasant herbal taste and a smooth mouthfeel.
The tea is traditionally eaten by couples, but some restaurants offer it as a special treat for special occasions.
Tang Dynasty, the oldest and most well-known tea house in the country, is located at 1715 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, and has been serving up Ding Dong since 2006.
Owner Tony Chen says he has a long history of working with tea in China and has a close relationship with the tea masters at the Qing Dynasty tea estate in Yunnan.
He started serving Ding Dong at Tang Dynasty in 2003.
He started serving it in 2003 and quickly became known for his high-quality, delicate tea.
He also added steamed vegetables, steamed noodles and even baked goods.
Tang dynasty is one of the most popular restaurants in Washington, D.M. Its menu includes dishes like steamed beef, duck, chicken and pork belly and steaming fish.
It offers a wide selection of specialty steamed Chinese dishes like crab noodle soup, fried tofu, spicy green bean soup, steaming eggplant and other dishes.
Tang family has been in the business since 1884, when Tang Tian, the eldest son of the famous Qing dynasty tea master, opened the first restaurant in the city.
The family has expanded into other Asian cuisines over the years, including Thai, Korean and Japanese, and opened a Chinese restaurant in Los Angeles in the 1980s.
It’s been a staple of Washington D.V. since the 1880s.
It is the only tea house to have won multiple awards in Washington D,C.’s Restaurant Association of America (RDA) Top Ten Restaurant List.