Monday, 13 February 2012

Gong Cha Bubble Tea 贡茶

Gong Cha is another bubble tea player from Taiwan that has come to Singapore together with the likes of KOI, Happy Lemon and Share Tea. There used to be long queues at Gong Cha and KOI. Today, with so many branches being opened by both of them (Gong Cha & KOI) coupled with new players, consumers no longer have to queue. 
Different outlets (Clockwise from the left: Ang Mo Kio, Plaza Singapura, Novena)
Gong Cha's Menu
Gong Cha's Menu (i)
Gong Cha's Menu (ii)
Order at one side and collect at the other side. Like KOI, you can choose the sweetness level required. 

Earl Grey Milk Tea with 3Js $3.60
The Earl Grey Milk Tea with 3Js is my favourite Gong Cha drink. The 3Js stand for 3 type of jellies; Pudding, Herbal and Pearl. The Pudding Jelly and Herbal Jelly were soft and easily suck up the straw. Complement the drink well. However, the Pearl Jelly was hard. Aromatic and refreshing drink for the hot weather. You never know what jelly you will be sucking up. Before, you know it, you are likely to have finished the drink! 
Camellia Tea with Pudding Jelly $2.80
Camellia Tea; fragrant, light and refreshing drink with calming effects! A good option on a hot and lazy afternoon. 

Gong Cha currently has 40 outlets in Singapore! They have expanded rapidly. Whereas KOI, which was in Singapore much earlier has 8 outlets. This is good for consumers; we can now have our bubble tea fix ate all areas of Singapore! 

Gong Cha Bubble Tea 贡茶
Ang Mo Kio Branch:
Jubilee Square #01-14
61 Ang Mo Kio Ave8
Tel: 64566476
Opening Hours: Daily 11am - 10pm

Plaza Singapura Branch:
Plaza Singapura #01-K1 (outside PS)
 68 Orchard Road
 Tel: 63664603
Opening Hours: Sun to Thurs 11am - 950p
                          Fri, Sat, eve of PH 11am - 1020pm

40 Outlets Location

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  1. Hmm does 5S mean 50% sugar? :)

    1. 3Js you mean? It means 3 different type of jellies


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