Tokyo Bubble Tea Celebrates Sakura Season the Japanese and Filipino Way
When in Manila and thinking about going to Japan for the Sakura season, why not head on to Tokyo Bubble Tea and experience Sakura season and cherry blossoms the Tokyo Bubble Tea way instead?
With over 10 branches nationwide, Tokyo Bubble Tea has made its way into the hearts of the Filipino people, whether young or old, male or female, foodie or non-foodie. Known for its Japanese/Korean comfort food selections, there are way too many bestsellers to order in one sitting.
Lets recall all the yummy must-try’s, shall we?
Tokyo Bubble Tea Celebrates Sakura Season
I’d say this is better this way than the usual mexican mix. I’m biased, though, because I like my food spicy and tasty and cheesy. This plate definitely captured my heart at first bite.
Nippon Ebi Maki
Crunchy, sweet and cheesy. The mozzarella butter mix makes it even more perfect. It’s a lot better than everyone’s favorite California maki.
From the looks of the egg on top, I would order this without second thought. They once tried to take this out of the menu, but then the crowd went wild, so they had to put it back in. Whew!
Omurice with Steak Mushroom Sauce with Hamburg Steak
I’m not really a fan of omurice, but when I had a taste of this, I just had to keep eating it!!! They got how I like my eggs cooked (scrambled and half-cooked); the mushroom sauce is so yummy; and the hamburger steak blends so well with the sauce. Nom nom nom. I can still taste it in my mouth right now.
A different take on burgers. If you love American burgers, this is very different from it. Try it to see what this Samurai is all about :)
JCC Coffee, or Japanese Cheesecake Coffee.
Not your typical cold coffee. It’s creamy, it’s strong and it blends well.
When Tokyo Bubble Tea celebrates Sakura season, they mean: PINK and JAPANESE…
…all the way from the decor…
…to the lamps and cherry blossoms…
…to the drinks and desserts!
The Sakura Milk Tea and The Sakura Milk Shake
Cherry-flavored drinks blended with our favorite bubbles underneath. Although it’s a bit too sweet for me and I’m not really a fan of cherries…
…the Sakura Mango Roll is LOVE! Let me spell that out to you again: L-O-V-E!
I love how this cake is light and not too sweet and how it is a mix of two of the things Tokyo Bubble Tea represents: Japan and its Cherry Blossoms, and the Philippines and its sweet mangoes.
When in Manila and looking for a Japanese fix, complete with ambiance and yummy food, head on to Tokyo Bubble Tea. You won’t be disappointed. I guarrantee it! P.S. it’s a good place to hangout, too.
Tokyo Bubble Tea
Branches: SM North Edsa; SM Megamall; Tomas Morato; Wilson St. Greenhills; Fort Bonifacio; Subic