Top 30 Bubble Tea Shops in the UK  

Taiwan Festival writers select 30 of the UK's best Bubble Tea for those searching for something a bit different.



A cold, frothy drink made with iced tea, sweetened milk or other flavorings, and usually with sweet black balls or “pearls” made... Bubble Tea also known as Pearl Milk tea or Boba is a refreshing sweet drink made hot or cold and comes in a variety of flavours. Its flavours and options have no limits and are virtually borderless. It is usually a mix of tea, milk, sugar and black tapioca balls that can be added with different toppings of jelly. Bubble tea which originated from Taiwan has moved beyond their Asian roots and gained popularity across Australia, Canada, America and for a while now in the UK. Its a tea taken through a fat straw that coffee shops or cafés in Hounslow have yet to offer.
2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (1/3)
2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (2/3)
2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (3/3)
2013 London's Top Ten Best Bubble Tea Shops




  • Cuppacha - Top 30 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Their bubble tea is amazing, with many flavors that you can get cold or hot, and with various toppings besides boba. They also have other drinks available and small Asian snacks for sale. Staff was very very friendly as well! Waiting for my bubble tea took mildly longer than expected, but I guess that extra bit of lovin' made for a superb drink in the end!
Special:Taiwanese Biscuits
Address: 23 Newport Court  WC2H 7JS London
Website:www.facebook.com/ilovecuppacha
Days and times: Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
Cost: £3.25/£3.75



 

  • BoboQ - Top 29 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Many travel hundreds of kilometres just to enyoy a bubble tea at one of BoboQ's Tea Shops. On their way back home they are already looking forward to the next time.BoboQ specialize in making Taiwanese drink called bubble tea. we also serve special traditional Taiwanese food plus a lounge bar in the first floor for private party booking.Established in 2012 First shop opened in Berlin in 2010 in 2 years time this shop is the 108th shop that are opened in Europe, the biggest bubble tea shop across Europe.
Special:KTV, lounge, Taiwanese Food
Address: 61 Charing Cross Road WC2H 0NE London
Website:www.boboq.co
Days and times: Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:30
Cost: £3.3/£3.7






  • Lakwatsa - Top 28 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Lakwatsa, a bubble tea lounge, has opened in Notting Hill. It serves a huge range of both fruity and milk-based bubble teas served in jam jars with huge straws for sucking up the tapioca pearls. The merienda menu, inspired by Filipino snacks, includes spring rolls and adobo rice balls, as well as Asian classics like prawn tempura and spicy fried squid. Desserts include Filipino favourites like banana and jackfruit fritters, leche flan, and Halo Halo
Special:Filipino Snacks, lounge,
Address: 7 Blenheim Crescent W11 1EU London
Website:www.lakwatsa.co.uk
Days and times: Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00, Sun: 12:00 - 22:00
Cost: £3.4


 



  • Hing Kee Bubble Tea (Boba & More) - Top 27 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
HK Boba & More is committed to introduce everyone in the UK to authentic Taiwanese Bubble Tea and all the latest and trendiest hot selling items from the Asia Pacific (Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan). From health & beauty, fashion accessories, make up & make up tools to personalized phone and jewelry accessories, HK Boba & More will satisfy all your Asia retail addiction.
Special:yogurt
Address:96 High Road, Beeston NG9 2LF Nottingham
Website:www.facebook.com/HingKeeBubbleTea
Days and times:Mon-Wed: 11:30-18:30, Tur. 02:00-18:30, Fri. 11:00-18:30, Sat 10:30-18:30, Sun 10:30-17:00
Cost: £3



 

 
  • Bubble T Break - Top 26 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Bubble Tea also known as Pearl Milk tea or Boba is a refreshing sweet drink made hot or cold and comes in a variety of flavours. Its flavours and options have no limits and are virtually borderless. It is usually a mix of tea, milk, sugar and black tapioca balls that can be added with different toppings of jelly.
Special:Taiwanese snacks
Address:1 Cross street NE1 4XE Newcastle
Website:www.facebook.com/BubbleTBreak
Days and times:Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 19:00, Sun: 12:00 - 19:00
Cost: £2/£2.5



 

 

  • BubbleBubble Co.- Top 25 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Exeter's First Bubble tea shop, 16 flavours and to top it off we also do Frozen Yogurt and the best shakes in Exeter
Special:Yoghurt
Address:204 High Street EX4 3EB Exeter
Website:www.facebook.com/BubbleBubbleCo
Days and times:Mon - Sat: 10:00 - 22:00, Sun: 10:00 - 18:00
Cost: £3



 



  • Infinitea Bubble Tea - Top 24 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Welcome! InfiniTea Bubble Tea Ltd have arrived in Hounslow. Come see join us in the Treaty Shopping Centre, where we will officially open our kiosk in the heart of Hounslow. We would be delighted to serve you
Special:
Address:The Treaty Shopping Centre, TW3 1ES
Website:www.infiniteabubbletea.co.uk
Days and times:Mon - Wed: 09:30 - 18:00, Thu: 09:30 - 19:00, Fri: 09:30 - 18:00, Sat: 09:00 - 18:00 ,Sun: 11:00 - 17:00
Cost: £2.9/£3.3


 
 




  • Mooboo - Top 23 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Came across this Bubble Tea shop and the design just caught my attention, walk in and welcome with friendly staffs.Haven't tried bubble tea before but I did tried it with encouragement, the taste just amazing and the jelly just unbeliever.Strongly suggest to everyone to give it a try.
Special:mousse, smoothie, designer chair
Address:84 Parkway NW1 7AN Camden London
Website:www.moo-boo.com
Days and times:Mon - Sun: 10:00 - 20:00
Cost: £3.49/£3.79








  • Babocha - Top 22 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
These new refreshing flavoured fruit teas and milk teas have been one of the most popular drinks in the far east since early 1980's, originating from Taiwan. China town in America and Australia have found the glory of these refreshing drinks as well as our own China town in London. Bubble Tea is now available at Shanghai Nights and Kobe in Bristol. They are served either iced cold or piping hot with chewy natural tapioca balls or known as "pearls" that you suck up through a fat straw! The range has increased to flavoured jellies, as well as healthy Aloe Vera. The latest crave in Taiwan is a healthy drink called Calpis, which is a non-carbonated drink, it is a light, milky and acidic flavour that can be mixed with green tea or various fruit flavours for a non-tea base version.
Special:hand made ice cream
Address:Nelson Street BS1 2JT Bristol
Website:www.babocha.co.uk
Days and times:Mon - Sun: 12:00 - 10:00
Cost: £3/£3.5







  • LOL - Top 21 of Bubble Tea Shop(2012)
Bubble tea is a refreshing Taiwanese drink blending original tea and natural flavours served over tasty chewy pearls. These pearls are also known as 'bobas' and are originally made from tapioca starch but in addition we now have new 'popping bobas' that burst exotic flavours into your mouth. LOL brings you the traditional taste of bubble tea from Taiwan. We guarantee all the ingredients are imported from Taiwan with international food licenses to insure high quality and taste of bubble tea. Our LOL tea baristas have been trained in Taiwan to bring you the best brewed tea to your specific taste. Love Of Life, love your life.
Special:smoothie
Address:15 West One Fitzwilliam Street S1 4JB Sheffield
Website:www.lolbubbletea.co.uk
Days and times:Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 20:00Sun: 12:00 - 18:00
Cost: £3.5/3.50


2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (1/3)
2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (2/3)
2013 Top 30 of the Best UK Bubble Tea Shops (3/3)
2013 London's Top Ten Best Bubble Tea Shops

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