They took their time making our coffees (we ordered 3 coffees) but everything was delicious. I also had a mochi and it was spectacular, my dad's macaroon was ok.
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The bubble tea is very good, there are lots of different options to choose from. The atmosphere is pleasant, and there are other things for sale, such as mochi and other sweets.
If you are a bubble tea place... shouldn't you have bobba ready. You know that it gets busy on the weekends, and how long it takes to prep the bobba, so it is inexcusable to make guests have to wait 45 extra minutes for it,...More
A Chinese friend introduced us to this place because she felt their bobba were the genuine thing. My favorite is frozen taro root with lychee and strawberry popping bobba.
There is no doubt that if you love teas, you will enjoy the high quality of these teas. The buuble teas are fun to try too. The other problem is that it takes a long time to make. Be prepard to wait, pay too uch,...More
It's very academic like a cafe in a bookstore, the banter you will here will generally be relevant to academia or somewhat intellectual. I would like to see an expansion of gluten free tea treats, but in the same vein of what is not a...More
Service was a bit slow, as there was only one person working when we visited, but friendly. We had the taro bubble tea and an iced jasmine-passion fruit tea. Both were excellent. The interior was spacious and relaxing.
I'm a die-hard fan of bubble tea and was so excited to see it in my new town. I come everyday for a large Assam Black Milk tea w/ Boba and 30% sugar. Try it you'll love it!
If you love bubble tea, seek out this haven in the midst of other small local restaurants and drink up the bobas with a big wide straw--many many flavors, all delicious.
You can order many many flavors, including black tea or mango or anything you imagine, fine tune it with less sugar or more, with or without boba (those tapioca balls); for me it is addicting!