Posted 5 months ago // 0 notes
Quickly Mango Green Tea
Location: In all honesty I forgot which of the three locations I got this one. (It’s the one where there was three bubble tea stores on the same street).
Out of the three bubble tea stores I tried that Saturday, this was my favorite. (On the side note :I won’t be reviewing Kung Fu because my mom ordered that drink). It was sweet and tasty. After three, this was not something I regret. I would love to drink this again. There was a long line and there as also a special going on. I didn’t try the special because mango wasn’t on the list. I took a glance inside the store. It was really big but it was already filled up. I guess being on a Saturday doesn’t help.
Posted 9 months ago // 1 note
Mango Green Tea
Store: Coco Fresh Tea & Juice
Uhh. It’s taking me forever to get these reviews out. Any ways. Coco was not my first choice. I wanted to try Kung Fu tea but I couldn’t find it (it was inside a mall). There was so many choices that I had to choose one. This store is REALLY small. The store had two entrances/exits - I couldn’t tell the difference to be honest. In the store there were two wall full of posters with the choices of boba they had there (of course they were mostly large pictures). If I didn’t know what I was getting I would had been overwhelmed. The drink itself was okay. The boba was almost tasteless. There was some taste but I hardly noticed it. The drink itself tasted more like a mango bubble tea than a Mango green tea bubble tea. However the size of this drink was pretty big as a ‘regular’. It seems like a large. -It took me a while to finish this because of that- I would say try it. A lot of other people liked this place seeing there is always a line every time I pass by
Posted 10 months ago // 3 notes
Mango Bubble tea
Store: Cube Cafe
Location: 145 N 11th St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
After a few weeks, I finally got around to type this review. Let’s start :).
I really like this cafe. I passed by this place and it is on the outskirts of Chinatown so you will have to go out of your way to get here. It’s near Reading Terminal so if you want to go there, this store is on the way. When I walked in, it seems kind of…where do I order? There was a lot of people there. Even though there is seating, it probably fits about 15 people with out being cramped. There is also a lot of food choices but after ‘yum cha’ I didn’t want to eat anymore so I decided on the bubble tea. This bubble tea is more of a slushy. It was really sweet. They had a mixture of the real mango and mango extract. I didn’t know why. I guess that’s what made this drink sweet. When I got this drink it was pretty hot so I didn’t mind the sweetness of it (Although I did get water later so I wouldn’t get thirty again after the boba). If you are looking for something to eat and drink as a snack, I will recommend this place.
Posted 10 months ago // 0 notes
Location: 742 South St
I have been meaning to try the food here (and I still have yet to accomplish this goal). I heard the food is here
Posted 11 months ago // 1 note
Mong Kok Station
153 N 10th St
It’s been so long. Some school problems came up so I couldn’t upload it a month ago. I was visiting some relatives in Philadelphia. It was really hot. For some reason, every time I visit Philadelphia, it’s always hot. I don’t know. Anyways, I had bubble tea here before. It was always decent. Sometimes it was passable, other times - not so much. It depends on the person making it. However last time, she added milk to it. I hate milk. No matter what kind of milk. I didn’t know what she added milk. I didn’t ask for milk. -sigh-. I wish I could give you a better advice for this place..but it has gone downhill. Just go for the bakery - if they have anything left. It seems the selection has decrease as well.
Posted 11 months ago // 2 notes
Mango Green Tea Bubble Tea
Location: 240 Canal St New York, NY 10013
The mango green tea bubble tea was nothing special. It cost just under four dollars. At Bubbly Tea, you can get the same drink under three dollars. I didn’t understand why they didn’t include the bobas in the cost. It’s a bubble tea store…bubble tea has bobas. Either way, the bobas were tasteless. Every time I took a sip, I get three to four tasteless boba’s in my mouth. The drink was fine by itself. I recommend just getting the drink. Also, the store itself is small. Everyone was packed into the store. I can see the store is trying to make people choosing the drink faster but with two screens right in front of each other, it was pretty much useless. Since this is located in Chinatown, I rather walk the extra block to go to Ten Rens, or Vivi’s Bubble Tea or Bubbly’s Teas.
Posted 12 months ago // 2 notes
Mango Bubble Tea
Store: Pho Cali
Location: 1000 Arch St Philadelphia, PA 19107
Wow, I haven’t had a slushy bubble tea in a while. The boba inside reminds me of ViVi’s Bubble Tea bobas. Small but you can fit about 2-3 in my mouth. The taste itself was sweet. Not to sweet but sweet enough for one’s taste buds. The store allows drinks to be order out but everything is not in a ready station so it will take a little bit longer. The manager speaks Vietnamese and English. I’m unsure if they speak any of the Chinese languages. Although the drink doesn’t look big, it’s pretty big. I myself was unable to finish it -
Posted 12 months ago // 2 notes
Mango bubble tea
Store: Tea Talk
Location:205 N 10th St Philadelphia, PA 19107
The last time I went here was a month ago I believe. Again, mango is not on the list so you have to ask specifically for it. Their English is not that good. I didn’t feel like speaking Cantonese so I spoke in English. It took me a few times to say that I didn’t want mango bubble tea slushy or a different king of mango bubble tea. The order system is weird. You order from the back and get it in the front. It wasn’t a problem last time but this time it was super busy. It was humid and hot on Sunday May 13, 2012(that is when I got it). However, the boba was okay. I didn’t like it last time or this time. It’s also very sweet. I thought it was just the honeydew but the mango was just as sweet. However, this is a good place for people trying the bubble tea for the first time. It’s on the main street for chinatown (although it’s a bit farther than most of the restaurant)
Posted 1 year ago // 3 notes