The Bubble Tea Shop offers their Insta-famous dual cup which is perfect for indecisive bubble tea purveyors (such as myself).
As you see here, I went with one side tea and one side milky – more specifically lychee black tea and roasted black tea. If you’re going the duo cup route, know that it costs an extra $1.50 on top of the initial cost. Both sides are good in terms of taste, but a little too sweet for my liking – and this is without any pearls added. On the plus side, you can change the milk to skim, soy, almond or coconut (for an additional cost of course).
We also ordered the S’more Egg Waffle, It’s nicely plated and stacked with toasted marshmallows, a healthy heap of whip cream, chocolate sauce and chocolate shards. I thought that this was a nice way to finish a meal and satisfied my sweet tooth without being too sweet. The egg waffle was a bit on the soggier side, but because there was a lot of things going on here, I didn’t mind it.
I applaud Bubble Tea Shop for bringing the duo cup to the city and mixing it up.
I found the drinks too sweet, but the bubble waffles were good.
The service was average and what you’d expect going to a bubble tea shop.
I found the pricing to be a bit expensive for the quality of bubble tea.
The space was ok, but the tables were cluttered with plastic straw wrappers.