#SulEAT | I found the best at Tokyo Bubble Tea Restaurant

I found the best. I found my favorite place. Tokyo Bubble Tea.

Bubble Tea restaurant is a Philippine homegrown concept started in 2007. It offers top-quality, fresh, healthy and all natural Tea drinks served with fun soft-chewy bubbles, Tokyo style. In addition, it serves good, healthy and freshly-cooked Japanese foods.
Bubble Tea is a great Japanese place to have your lunch, light snack meals and dinner. It is a great place to hangout with your friends and family where the ambiance encourages fun and laughter from menu, service and comfy place all year round.
Let’s take a look at their menu.

  
The restaurant offers a variety of milk tea with hot (P80 for small) and cold (P115 for medium and P125 for large) selection – Royal, Strawberry, Taro, Honey Dew Melon, Japanese Green, Jasmine, Almond, Coconut, Coffee and Chocolate. It also serves JCC Roasted Milk Tea, JCC Black Mil Tea, JCC Jasmine Green Tea and JCC Iced Coffee. Choose toppings from extra bubbles, egg pudding, coffee jelly, mango bits, red bean, taro cubes and vanilla ice cream. I tried Almond Milk Tea.
For milk shake (P135 medium, P145 large), strawberry, jasmine green tea, taro, honey dew melon, black sesame, mocha, azuki red bean, almond and double chocolate.
Green tea or black tea? Hot (P70 small) or cold (P85 medium, P95 large)? Choose from strawberry, passion fruit, Yocca, lychee, jasmine, peach, green apple, kiwi, lemon and mango.
You may choose a lower sugar level for your drinks.
What I like about this restaurant is the amount of serving. You will be satisfied.
During my first visit, I tried Tofu Steak (P165), a lightly breaded soft tofu in sweet soy sauce and mixed vegetables. Try also the four-piece Japanese Fried Chicken in a Basket (P385) served with Japanese potato salad sidings and Salmon Foil Yaki (P345) and a lot more Tokyo Entrees to choose from.
For Tokyo Side Treats, you must try Takoyaki (P175), grilled octopus-filled balls made of pancake batter, and Okonomiyaki (P215), a pizza Japanese-style. It also serves stick treats like Vegetable Barbeque in Ponzu (P145), Kushikatsu (P175) and Seafood Katsu Stick (P185) and many more.
For pasta, a taste of Roasted Garlic Mushroom Cream Spaghetti (P255), Tori Pesto Spaghetti (P265) and Spicy Mix Seafood and Tomato Spaghetti (P295).
Tokyo Cheeseburger (P265) is a must try. For sandwiches, Yakiniku Beef Sandwich (P245) and Vegetable Ponzu Sandwich (P185) are the best.
Tokyo Bubble Tea serves salads like Japanese Ceasar Salad (P195), Potato Salad (P150), Spicy Tuna Salad (P215) and Kani Salad (P135).
The restaurant has Yoshoku Rice Dish menu. Choose from 1/4 Japanese Chicken Leg Rice (245), Chicken Teriyaki Doria (P245), Seafood Fry Omurice (P325) and Apple Sauce Glazed Grilled Porkchop Rice (P275).
It also offers a variety of noodles and donburi.
For Maki-zushi, bestsellers are Korean Beef (P185), Vancouver (P285), Nippon Ebi (P285) and Dynamite (P295).
For my dessert, I tried their bestseller Brazo Mango Cake.
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