boba tea

Bubble Tea: Greatest Hits vol. 1


Sometimes the craving is so intense, you're willing to lower your threshold from good to decent: maybe you'll take comfort in a bowl of ramen that uses rice noodles, or a plate of lo mein that comes with a pork schnitzel on top (more on that in a later post). I've taken part in many a bowl of noodle soup that was so oily, I couldn't even begin to reason why.

One thing, however, that can never be comprised is bubble tea. I only have one standard, which is that the boba be tapioca, not that weird popping bubble stuff. Otherwise, we have not come across a bubble tea we did not like.

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Sure, sometimes we get less boba than we wanted, or the tapioca is a little under-cooked. But overall, bubble tea is a wonderful and comforting constant throughout our travels.

Below is a list of the ones we've visited so far, with more to come I'm sure...

Come Buy - Berlin
Rosenthaler Str. 31, 10178 Berlin

96 Zen - Budapest
Budapest, Kálvin tér 5, 1053 Hungary

Wowble - Sevilla
Calle O'Donnell, 5, 41001 Sevilla, Spain

Bubbleology - Pilsen
Center Olympia, Písecká 972/1, 326 00 Plzeň 8-Černice, Czechia

BoBoQ - Munich (CLOSED)

Bubbow - Amsterdam (CLOSED)

Lou Lan Cha - Munich (CLOSED)