Now, on with the teas. For a change from the usual royal milk tea, I ordered a large Passion Fruit Tea Slush with combination bubbles and less sugar (P135). Refreshing, although I think I still love my royal milk tea 🙂 Also, upon taking our order, the server didn’t care enough to ask the size of the bubbles and my sugar preference. What’s the point of making those choices available in the menu if the servers aren’t trained to get the customer’s choice? I had to re-order my tea ;(
My companion got a Strawberry Milk Shake (P145) which he didn’t even finish. Being the tea connoisseur, that says a lot about that drink right there. Or maybe he just wasn’t in the mood.
Aside from the teas, we also ordered some Dynamite rolls (P295) (unagi and spicy tuna with teriyaki sauce) and I had pork katsudon (P195) for dinner. Yes, because Bubble Tea is not just a tea place per se but a real, full-fledged restaurant with a wide assortment of meals and as I like to call it, “real food”. I will post the complete pictures of the menu on my Flickr account and link to the album here so that you’ll get an idea of the variety as well as the prices.
Bubble Tea Restaurant, Manila (Tokyo Milk Tea Place)
#229 Wilson Street, Greenhills, San Juan City
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