Bubble Tea Review: Anda Cafe

Details: Located in Hong Kong Market Food Court at 37-11 Main St, Flushing, NY 11354. Official site is https://andacafeusa.com/

I came here and ordered the Iron Goddess Milk Foam. Iron goddess is a kind of oolong tea. It was okay. Just another average bubble tea place. They have trouble speaking English here so be prepared for that.

Score: 6/10

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Bubble Tea Review: if Cha Tea

Details: Located at 136-11 38th Ave, Flushing, NY 11354. Official site is http://ifchanyc.com/

This place is located in front of Zebra Lounge, a bar an karaoke place. I’ve tried the brown sugar boba milk and their cheesecake milk tea. The brown sugar milk tea tasted about as good any other I’ve had. They even managed to keep the tapioca warm. The cheesecake milk tea’s only difference with regular milk tea is that I think they mixed in that cheese foam they put on top of some drinks. Otherwise, cheesecake milk tea is about the same as any other milk tea. Most thing cost around five or six dollars.

Overall, a good place to get bubble tea. On a side note, if you come here during the warmer seasons, there are a ridiculous number of mosquitos in this place for some reason. I saw like ten huge ones just hanging out on the wall.

Score: 6.8/10

Bubble Tea Review: NO! Tea One Tea

Edit: Turns out No! Tea is actually just the preamble to One Tea so I changed the title.

Details: Located in the small mall at 136-37 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, NY 11354. An unclaimed Yelp page can be found at https://www.yelp.com/biz/no-tea-flushing and a claimed Yelp page can be found at https://www.yelp.com/biz/onetea-queens . The official site is http://www.oneteausa.com/

This is an average bubble tea place. I like that they have the tops where you can sip or use a straw. For whatever reason, they don’t have cheese black tea on the menu, which is like the most common cheese oriented bubble tea in existence. They do have cheese oolong tea though. It was okay.

Score: 5.9/10