Thursday, July 18, 2013

Tokyo Bubble Tea

My cravings for Korean food from the past few days lead me to eat in Tokyo Bubble Tea, a Japanese tea place and restaurant. I know that from cultural differences down to preference taste of Korea and Japan, the preceded is after spicy and the other's after sweet rush, at least the state of being oriental is there!

The business here in the Philippines has been running for six years, but it is my first time to dine for lunch with everything in rice meal!
Tokyo Bubble Tea

Yes, and I ordered for something really a super rice to satisfy my hunger by ordering Pork Katsudon (P175.00), a rice topped with a sliced deep-fried pork, and egg. All way full tummy and now let's go some derivatives. Tonkatsu means pork cutlet and donburi means rice bowl dish and when put together, it becomes Katsudon! Another stock knowledge to be stored.
Pork Katsudon

I love how they serve the Passion Fruit Tea (P85.00) with a fine-dining restaurant feel by this good-looking glass. I chose the green tea as it may seem off to choose milk tea with a rice meal, don't you think? By the way, their Passion Fruit has really the passionate taste, sweet but lovely to zip.
Passion Fruit Tea

While waiting for my client to come while slowly chewing my donburi bowl order, I didn't notice they have new offer of Korean sizzlers! Eotteoke, too late!
Korean Sizzlers

By the way, let me just show you their menu and according to their friendly receptionist, their best sellers are Royal Milk Tea for drinks and Beef Gyudon for the rice! I'll try to my next visit.

I just had my visit awhile ago and tasted their Royal Milk Tea! This is a medium-sized but seating to their pretty green couch didn't last long as I took a zip just in a snap. P115.00 is the cost. The taste seems just good enough but they used pure black tea into this drink - and probably the reason why it is their bestseller. 


Tokyo Bubble Tea
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20 comments:

  1. ohh nice, i love japanese and korean foodies :) immah visit when i'd get the chance <3

    ~ Punky Bunny xoxo

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  2. looks yummy! I'm intrigued with the Beef Gyudon. That's what I order in most jap restos. Too bad wala sa Alabang area

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  3. I love Asian foooods!!! but hmmmn, where do I find a bubble tea here in Baguio?

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    1. whoah!they dont have any branch their yet.

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  4. Omg that passion tea looks so refreshing! Great post! :)

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  5. wow! looks yummy! I'd try it when i have time! ^_^

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  6. I ate here once when I was in a hunt for the best Gyudon and I found theirs expensive for a small portion. haha Still delicious though. :)

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    1. really? but my katsudon is really huge. o.O

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    2. Really? I should try it...

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  7. I'm not very experimental with food or tea, but I think I might give this a try!:)

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  8. Japanese and Korean foods are my top favorites, too. I should have tried these when I was in the Philippines. I love milk tea, by the way. :D

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  9. I love Korean food but I don't like "sago" much :P esp now they post that sago is not good haha

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  10. I like the pork katsudon and the tea. I remembered back then the moment we ate there. Myhusband was so delighted with his orders.

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  11. Really good... wish we had something like that here :)

    <3 Chaicy
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  12. That milk tea looks yum. Gusto ko talaga may black pearls but not milk tea please. Mas masarap if it's chocolate with cheese and rock salt!

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  13. tokyo bubble tea is our favorite ni fiance :D dyan ang comfort place namin hehe :D

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  14. Boyfriend and I should visit that one of these days. He would love that Passion fruit tea.

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