If you’re looking to satiate your sweet tooth cravings for bubble tea or milk tea drinks, but you’re being a responsible citizen by practising social distancing at home, we know where you can get a shot of sweetness without leaving the comforts of your couch.
There are a few options available for delivery on the GrabFood, Deliveroo and Foodpanda apps, so get your fingers ready for some major ordering!
Bear in mind, some of these brands may have multiple outlets and carry different menu items, so it is advisable for customers to visit the app to look out for the menu they can order according to the area they live in.
Opened late last year at Oxley Tower, WanTea was one of the few shops to be affected by the last Circuit Breaker tightening measures on 21 April. But fret not boba buddies, WanTea is available on the Foodpanda app.
I Love Taimei
Taiwanese snack store I Love Taimei is serving bubble tea but customers have to purchase food items like fried chicken with their drinks.
Taiwanese restaurant Taiker Song not only serves bubble tea, they’ve amped it up with an alcoholic version called One Not Enough, which is blended with kahlua. Order it with egg toast or oyster mee sua for a fulfilling meal.
Joy Luck Teahouse x Kam’s Roast
Joy Luck Teahouse, in collaboration with Kam’s Roast, will be doling out the authentic milk tea by the renowned Kam Kee Café. Customers can enjoy the milk tea on its own, or with their unique Hong Kong-style bubble tea (called Pearl of the Orient), which comes with a generous amount of brown sugar tapioca balls. You can even choose to add marine collagen to the bubble milk tea! Search for Kam’s Roast on your desired delivery apps.
Route 65 Bar + Kitchen
Route 65 Bar + Kitchen has come up with a major burger combo we didn’t think anyone would’ve thought of: burger sets that come with a side of french fries and a Route 65 Bubble Milk Tea. Their combos start from S$9.90 and there are nine different flavours of burgers you can order from. Free islandwide delivery applies for orders of more than S$50.
Fulfil your bubble tea cravings with a variety of options from i.tea Singapore. Not only that, why not add some smoothie or yoghurt to your order while at it?
Emma Soft Serve x Menya Kokoro
This is one collaboration we didn’t see coming - wash down a delicious bowl of ramen from Menya Kokoro with a bubble tea from Japanese sweets brand Emma Soft Serve - now available for islandwide delivery on Grabfood.
Customers can order Menya Kokoro’s signature Mazesoba – al dente noodles with Japanese-style, specialty slow-braised minced meat sauce - from S$9.80 onward and pair it with a Hojicha Latte with Pearls or KoKuto Matcha Latte with Pearls from S$3.80.
For islandwide delivery, diners can place their orders by calling +65 6443 1727 (100AM) or +65 6261 2428 (Plaza Singapura). A minimum order of S$25 is required, and a delivery fee of S$5-S$12 applies. Customers can enjoy free delivery with a purchase of S$80 and above, subject to availability.
Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks
You may crave for their signature and juicy XXL Crispy Chicken, but did you know, you can now order three types of bubble tea from the Taiwanese chain Shihlin Street Snacks? Try their Brown Sugar Fresh Milk Boba, 1983 Boba Milk Tea and Honey Fresh Green Tea, starting from S$3.70 onwards.
The drinks are available for islandwide delivery and takeaway at EastPoint Mall, Far East Plaza, Northpoint City and IMM. Islandwide delivery is charged at a fixed rate of S$4.99 with a minimum order of S$30.
Monga Fried Chicken
Monga’s Taiwanese Brown Sugar Bubble Milk Teas are still available for islandwide delivery and walk-in orders at Monga SingPost Centre. Do note that the bubble teas cannot be purchased as a standalone item and must be purchased with food - think Fried Chicken Skin and Sweet Potato Fries with Plum Powder.
There is free islandwide delivery with a minimum order of S$30. Place orders at least one day in advance to secure delivery slots. WhatsApp call or message the shop at +65 8896 5136.