Category Archives: + Bubble Tea

Share Tea 歇脚亭 (North Point)

Another new bubble tea player in Singapore. We already have Koi, Gong Cha, Happy Lemon. This time, we have Share Tea 歇脚亭 that sells bubble tea. Share Tea is from Taiwan and has over 90 outlets there. It has been in the bubble industry for 19 years. Its speciality is in natural fruit tea, freshly squeezed and frozen to -40 degrees!

Its first outlet opened in Wisma Atria (Orchard) followed by Parkway Parade and North Point (Yishun). More details on location at the end of the post. Also, they are opening branches in Bugis Juction, International Plaza and United Square soon! If you know the exact location do let me know. 

at night

Sunday morning

Went to Share Tea at Northpoint on 2 occasions. The first picture was taken at night on a weekday. It shows the outlet filled with 6 staff and there was slight queue of about 4 persons. On the 2nd occasion (2nd picture), it was taken on Sunday morning at 1130am. Only 1 person manning the outlet with no queue. At Wisma, the queue is never ending. Yishun’s much better.

Staff gets 10% off

QQ Happy Family Milk Tea

As this is our first time buying from Share Tea, we had a hard time deciding what to drink. So many choices on its menu. We were undecided. Then we saw this ‘QQ Happy Family Milk Tea’. On its menu it wrote ‘Can’t decide? Try All-in-one!‘. Hence, this was what we ordered.

Sweetness Level (sorry for unclear picture)

You get to choose the sweetness level. Was told by the staff that 80% would be better as I chose 50%. But, we stuck with 50%.

As there was no queue, we got our drink in less than a minute.

QQ Happy Family Milk Tea $5 (Large)

The QQ Happy Family Milk Tea, was basically milk tea with grass jelly, pudding, pearl and red bean in it. The pearl was quite small and easy to suck up the straw. It was soft and spongy; quite a nice. The pudding and grass jelly were of course soft and taste similar to Gong Cha and Koi. The red bean somehow spoiled the experience as it was hard to suck it up the straw. As a result, most were left at the bottom of the cup. As for the taste of the Milk Tea? It did not really suit our taste bud as there was a weird after taste. And it was too sweet even at 50% sugar level. Will order other choices to try next time. Maybe their specialty. If you know what is nice, do let me know.

Share Tea Menu

Share Tea Menu and the extra cost for adding toppings. Happy drinking!

Share Tea 歇脚亭  Outlets:
Website: http://www.sharetea.com.tw/
1) Northpoint Branch
930 Yishun Ave 2
#B1-04 Northpoint Shopping Centre
Tel: 6257 1512
Opening Hours: Daily 1030am to 1030pm

2) Wisma Atria Branch
#B1-45 Wisma Atria
435 Orchard Road
Tel: 6733 7507
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm

3) Parkway Parade Branch
#B1-21 Parkway Parade
80 Marine Parade Road
Tel: 6346 6010
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm

4) Bugis Junction (Coming soon!)

5) International Plaza (Coming Soon!)

6) United Square (Coming Soon!)

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Lai Lai Casual Dining (Liang Seah Street)

Have not been blogging lately as I have been busy lately and now with the upcoming election, I have been busy attending rallies. I have actually wrote a long post on how I fet about the current government, the politics, current situation and future outlook. But after pondering for some time, I decided to delete it as this is a food blog. Hence, a short post on Lai Lai Casual Dining (Liang Seah Street) to show that this blog is alive and kicking!

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Menu (Cover Page)

Specia Set A ($13.90)

Special Set B ($12.20)

Decided to order this, the Taiwan Vermicelli Set!

Red Milk Tea (Cold)


Average. Of course, it cannot be compared to KOI.

Braised Pork Slice


Average too, nothing fantastic.

Taiwan Vermicelli


I choose pig intestines for my toppings. And erm erm.. I was disappointed.

Overall, I felt that the quality of food is not up to standard.

Lai Lai Casual Dining
20A/B Liang Seah Street
Tel: 6837 1556
Opening Hours: Daily 11:30am – 3am

Happy Lemon

Happy Lemon was started in Hong Kong in 2006. Today, Happy Lemon has more than 100 outlets in China and Hong Kong. And their next target seems to be Singapore? Their outlet at Singapore is their franchise.

Went to their outlet in ION Orchard.

Surprisingly, no queue at all.

Top Ten

Happy Lemon Menu

Quite a variety to choose from. Well, its our first time. So it should be safer to order one which is in their Top Ten and also that is recommended as stated in the Menu. We chose Aromatic Tea Latte with Pearl Sago $2.5. It is recommended and in the Top Ten.

Queue Number

Queue Number (other side)

The queue number, quite nice/cute and environment friendly too.

Aromatic Tea Latte with Pearl Sago (regular) $2.5

Aromatic Tea Latte with Pearl Sago, hmmm there was a very strong after taste. Not sure what it was. Did not really like this drink. If we go there again, we would try some other flavours maybe the one with Yakult. For now I still prefer KOI or Gong Cha.

Happy Lemon
B4-35, ION Orchard
2 Orchard Turn
Tel: 6238 8174
Opening Hours: Daily: 10.30am – 10pm

 

Happy Lemon
230 Victoria Street
Basement 1 (In front of Guardian)
Bugis Junction