Great place to hang out. Order any of their bubble tea with thick toast with half condense milk & coconut butter. If you're hungry, then order the marinated minced pork w/ rice.
They use non-dairy creamer used for their amazing bubble teas! Try a taro sorbie with tapioca for a rich treat that's not to sweet! Large noodle bowls with vegetable dumplings at a great price!
Try the bubbletea!
Get the toast with condensed milk. To die for!
Bubble Tea HQ. Try a Taro black tea with tapioca pearls.
Try the bubble tea.
Coffee milk tea is delicious hot or cold. Hot taro is always a fave in the winter time.
Pork chop rice dish is actually a fantastic hidden gem. And cheap to boot!
Bubble tea is pretty good. Obviously a little more expensive than its teahouse counterparts in Chinatown/Flushing, but you can't go wrong with anything: Taro, Lychee, or Coffee flavored!
I like the almond and coconut bubble teas the most.
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correction: #32 is amazing, this place looks really nice now after the renovation!
Cash only but now they have an atm inside. Nce
Number 37: taiwanese succulent chicken chop. Cheap, filling, and delicious. The hot sauce packets suck, so ask for extra chopped peppers.
Get the Taiwanese chicken chop over rice and a black milk bubble tea (cold in the summer, hot in the winter).
best Taro bubble tea on the planet!
get the deliciously comforting marinated minced pork over rice!
Macha Green tea toast and bobba tea.. yum
Get the condensed milk toast. Yum.
.my face place for bubbletea and not just Cox my friend works here. try the sesame sorbie. delicious!!
The 3 cup chicken chunks over rice tastes nothing like the taiwanese dish it is supposed to be. Stick w the chicken chops now #35
Tea eggs are great!
Try the Butterscotch bubble tea and the toast with condensed milk. Delicious treat.
One item per person minimum on weekends. Even though they don't even take credit.
Best pearl milk tea in Manhattan -- try the food, too! Simple and tasty. Cash only though so watch out
Coming from a Taiwanese person, this is the most authentic/delicious bubble tea spot in Manhattan. Skip the food, though.
Hot taro tea with agar is awesome :)
The hot ginger black tea is nice and spicy. Get a pot!
they're cash-only, but there are ATMs all around outside -- stop by one before you head in for Taiwanese deliciousness
Get the toast with condensed milk with your tea.
The standard in bubble tea
Don't forget to add the tapioca to your tea!
They were recently closed for renovations, but are now open! Chilled bubble tea just in time for the steamy summer.
A "regular" bubble tea is TINY...definitely wasted my money on this
Bubble tea is fantastic, fruit smoothies are solid, try the honey jasmine green tea cold if you haven't!
Yeah so the bubble tea is great and all but I once found a pen cam in the bathroom recording everyone doing their business. So check for flashing lights under the sink before dropping your pants.
They cut down their menu and took off my two favorite drinks. :(
Great food! Delicious, and very affordable :-) Awesome milk tea as well!
Toast is pretty good. The fruity teas use flavored syrup, so stick to the plain teas if you want to be healthy, e.g. jasmine green tea.
They serve good boba here, but you'll certainly feel like you're in Taiwan if you're the token white guy. ;)
WILD BERRY NATAAAA!!!! Condensed milk toast & fried cuttlefish balls~
Southern China's favorite tea house, and one of the three locations in the U.S. Grab an amazing bubble tea and be on your way. #Linsanity.
Supreme toast with nutella is perfect for a dessert :)
Dot forget to get your card stamped!
The bubble tea is great and the food is actually really good too. I totally recommend the vegetable curry with rice dish. So good and only $6! In this neighborhood, that is just a steal for dinner.
I've decided that I don't like bubble tea from this place.
Go for hot ginger milk or milk bbt on a cold day. Sumiyaki is a great choice for coffee. Apple green tea for a sweet/sour treat. Dumplings, rice bowls & fried chicken chunks are tasty!
Been coming here for bubble tea for more than ten years.No place beats this one in the quality of tea and also service. Coming from the country that gave birth to bubble tea, Taiwan, you can count on
Manhattan one's better