Cafe Miki

Cafe Miki – About

Miki and Michael are co-founders of Cafe Miki, and they love to travel, eat, and experiment with new ways of cooking. In 2016, they left the health care industry to start a bubble tea store in Richmond, VA.

Cafe Miki is their 2nd business concept and will feature American and Asian inspired treats. During our first phase of opening, we will feature: Super Premium Ice Cream, Milk Shakes, and Bubble Tea, all made fresh daily in-house. During Phase 2, we will be adding Coffee, Espresso, Tea, Sandwiches, Salads, and more Desserts.

We’re fortunate to be able to invest in some of the best equipment in each industry, including a LaMarzocco espresso machine with auto brew ratio and auto-scale sensors, digital coffee bean grinders, the world’s largest ice cream batch freezer by Emery Thompson, and a state of the art Italian-imported ice cream display case. 

Our Ice Creams are made with 14% butterfat mix, with less than 50% air overrun…creating a rich and creamy product similar to other premium ice cream brands. Our featured flavors are: Durian, Taro, Thai Tea, and Vietnamese Coffee. We will also offer traditional favorites like Cookies And Cream, Strawberry, Chocolate, Vanilla, Mint Chocolate Chip, and Sea Salt Caramel, as well as, vegan friendly and dairy-free ice cream options, made from coconut and oat milk bases.

Last, but not least, is our own line of bubble tea style drinks. Most of our drinks will be customizable, including: cane sugar level, ice level, and even milk options, such as lactose free milk, almond milk, or non-dairy creamer. (source: )

Cafe Miki is located near Potomac Mills mall in Woodbridge, Virginia – 14569 Potomac Mills Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22192.

Cafe Miki Contact/Map
(703) 888-8046

Potomac Mills, Woodbridge, Virginia

Potomac Mills is a shopping mall located in Woodbridge, Virginia in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Located near Interstate 95 between Smoketown Road, Telegraph Road and the Prince William Parkway.

The mall was the first in the Mills Corporation’s chain of shopping malls and has over 225 retailers and features an 18-screen AMC movie theater. The mall was expanded in 1993, adding a wing anchored by Marshalls and JCPenney Outlet Store, along with a Burlington Coat Factory. Cohoes Fashions was also an early tenant and later closed in 1987, being replaced by a Woodward & Lothrop outlet store. Other original tenants included IKEA, Sears Outlet and Waccamaw Pottery. The IKEA location at Potomac Mills was one of the company’s earliest retail outlets in America, and proved so popular that it eventually required a new, dedicated building adjacent to the primary Potomac Mills complex. Anchor tenants include Nordstrom Rack, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, Costco, Burlington, Marshalls & HomeGoods, Buy Buy Baby, AndThat!, JCPenney, American Freight, TJ Maxx, Bloomingdales Outlet, AMC Potomac Mills 18, The Children’s Place, Nike Factory Outlet, Forever 21, Camille La Vie, H&M, ZavaZone, and Round 1 Bowling & Amusement. (Source: )