A bubble tea house with an assortment of bubble tea flavors along with a selection of light meals and snacks.
That the last comment should be completely disregarded. In my opinion, if the girl had licked the spoon and then put it back in your drink, you would not have rated their food at a whopping 4. I was there that wed and honestly, the loud ranting you did was completely uncalled for and the employees were calm the whole time. It was the first time I did not feel comfortable sitting in the shop.
As for my review, the food is great! There are so many choices on the menu and its often hard to choose which one I want because they are all good. The service is great and when I can’t choose they gladly say that they will mix the flavours if I’d like, something I’ve found not allowed elsewheres. The employees are happy-go-lucky and very easy to get along with and have never been rude to me. I have also found that they do test the drinks with a spoon, but also do realize that they use a different spoon after. I also did ask one of the girls to remake the drink for me and she did it happily saying that people ask all the time about the spoon and its no big deal. I’m glad that the employees are so easy to get along with. The ambience is perfect The low lighting sets a very relaxed mood and the paint on the walls are bold but soft as well. As soon as you set your foot in the store, a welcome hello immediately relaxes you.
The only real problem I have with the shop is that they say they open at 11 but don’t have bubbles until 12. Other than that, I know I’ll still be going here over other bubble tea places.
Even before the name changed, this adorable little teahouse has always been one of my favorite hangout spots! Their Bubble Teas are absolutely fantastic, but my favorite drink has got to be the cold shaken Green Tea ice thing - combine healthiness with great taste and you've got an amazing drink! I haven't tried all of the food yet, but the chicken and rice meals are soooo good! And the prices are totally reasonable. The owners and servers who work at Bubble Inn are all so friendly and helpful! And the decorations - oh my gosh, way too awesome! The decor really fits the theme of this place. Overall, I love Bubble Inn and everything about it - this place rocks!!!
I came in and ordered a mango slush bubble tea. It was delicious! Surprisingly creamy for a slush drink, almost more like a smoothie. Average value at $4.00. Pearls were good, just how I like them large and chewy.
Restaurant is dark. I wouldn't want to stay in there too long, but wonderful, quick take out service.
I noticed they charge a 25 cents service fee if using your debit card. For some reason a lot of bubble tea places charge a fee if using the debit so I bring cash whenever the craving for a drink hits me.
I'm surprised this place is still open, since it's always dead whenever I visit. But it's the only bubbletea place in Langley that's open late, so when I'm desperate for a fix I come here.
I haven't been here in 6 months and I think it might have changed owners, because the menu looks different and I don't recognize the people working.
When I got there there were a couple people who had already ordered. So waiting a couple minutes wasn't too bad, but waiting 5-7 watching her make drinks without being acknowledged was a little rude. Finally she took my ordered and screwed it up, gave me pearls instead of coconut jelly, but I just wanted to leave. No biggie, but when I tasted my drinks (almond milk tea hot and green apple green tea cold), they were all so sweet that I needed to add water to dilute them. I even when I diluted the green apple, I could still taste the powdery residue.
Was pretty disappointed, kind of killed my craving for bbt since it was made poorly.
Tbis place used ti be called Kiss Bubble Tea but recently changed owners and what a huge difference it was!!! The ambiance in the tea house is cool and swanky with the lighting and paint colours of the room, if you were on a date you could go here because it's not too busy and it has kind of a romantic feel
The selection for tea, milk tea, frsh fruit, slushes, and hot beverages is amazing as most drinks are under the $5 mark. Have a good selection of pearls, grass, jelly, coconut jelly, and manjo jelly but sadly no mago stars :-( Service is good as the guys who work there are passionate about their job.
Only two downsides I noticed about this team house;
1) They close at 11:00pm as we showed up around 10:40 and they already had the chairs stacked up on the table
2) Teenage patrons who frequent the place do get annoying as they are constantly taking pictures of their friends with their digital cameras.
We like this place for its bubble tea. Good selection of flavours. Not a place to stay as the setting is dark (intentionally) with little seating. Really more of a student hangout. Usually drive up, order and go. Staff are always friendly. Great for a cool fruity drink on a hot day. Try the mango bubble tea (I prefer without the pearls).
I visited the Bubble Inn last Saturday and ordered a Lychee slush. It was awesome! A very nice change from the smoothies I normally go for. I didn't get anything special in my drink so it was really inexpensive, but I wouldn't consider anything but grabbing my drink and leaving. The place was dark and the paint and decor was somewhat ratty. It was just one employee and his friend in the store so it wasn't exactly inviting, but I think I will make my friends come with me the next time I go. My drink was really really good.
well me and my friend come here every wednesday after our dance class which is right next door. we are friends with the guy who usually works there and we enjoy the bubble tea very much. however, on this particular wednesday, when we arrived for our weekly visit, our friend wasnt working. we ordered our peach-mango slush's and used a discount card we had. then we asked him to stamp our "buy 9 get one free" card. he then said he could not do that. we asked him why politely and he said because the manager just changed the rule that you cant used a discount card and get a stamp. we were a little dissapointed, but got over it, until this girl working there came over and stuck her nose in our business. she started telling is there was nooo way we could get a stamp. we just kinda ignored her so she went to make our drinks. she stirred the slush with a wooden spoon, took it out, and put the spoon in her mouth! in my opinion, that is a very unsanitary thing to do. she then continued tomake our drinks. my friend told her we would be taking our business elsewhere from now on and the girl had a very bad attitude towards us. she said, "oh ya? theres no other bubble teas around here so good luck!" my friend replied with, "yes there is one down in langley." and the girl shot back with, "haha, yeah right." we thought her attitude towards us was quite rude and uncalled for. we thanked them for the drinks and left the store. they did not say your welcome or have a good night or anything like that. overall, this was an unpleasant visit to our favorite bubble tea house and now we are forced to take our business elsewhere. we are very dissapointed, and they should be too, as they have just lost their best customers.
My first experience have bubble tea. My husband ordered strawberry milk bubble tea and I ended up having a good portion of it. It's definately worth trying. Not anything I would have ever tried on my own, but was yummy
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