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Beansprout Bubble Tea House

3189 King George Highway, #14
Surrey, BC V4P1B8
Tel: (604) 541-2326


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Hidden, but worth finding
By frenchie75 of White Rock (37 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, February 21, 2011 - 7:24pm [Dine in]

I am so happy to see people discovering this little cafe..... it is hidden beside the Rona and is not too visible unless you are looking for it. I am very happy to have such a well presented Vietnamese cafe here in south Surrey.... which is somewhat lacking in ethnic flavours. Firstly the service here is wonderful.... they are so polite and welcoming. We've only had the chicken and vegetable banh mi, but they are really good..... the bread is much lighter than most Viet subs.... and they shred the chicken (which my husband prefers). I like the soups here as well although most people who have frequented the Vietnamese restaurants on Kingsway and such will say they are of poor value since they are much smaller than the monster portions you get at those places. Since I can never eat that much soup anyways, I don't mind a smaller bowl (particularly since I can't tolerate that much salty broth in one sitting). I admit, I am hardly a bubble tea expert, but I do know I like the taste of the bubble teas I've experienced here. They certainly do the trick for me. I really enjoy talking to the young man who works here..... he is very friendly to all the customers who come in..... but the ladies who work in the back are equally as nice.

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Good Sandwich
By David Hyung of WHITE ROCK BC (1 Review)
Submitted Friday, March 12, 2010 - 9:58pm [Dine in]

I was just at Beansprout today because my girlfriend suggested it. Their Vietnamese chicken sub was really good and it tasted really fresh. I also had one of their slush bubble teas w/pearls. They used real fruit and it was really tasty. I never had bubble tea before today so I can't really make a comparison but I found it really good. Their tapioca balls were chewy and a little sweet. It took them around ten minutes to get my food ready but I can't blame them because they were pretty busy. There was a girl running around frantically trying to take orders and serve the food! It's a little tiny and there isn't enough seating, but most people take the food to-go. I'll definitely come back again.

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Mango Bubble Tea
By austingirl of Austin, TX (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, February 21, 2011 - 7:09pm [Take-out]

I love this place!! I visit White Rock every 3-4 months and always make a point of coming here ASAP for the mango bubble tea. The black tea or the milk green tea mango tea is AWESOME! Its so fresh and light, the pearls are sweet and perfect. The green tea is like nothing else! :)

Always go back when I get to town... wouldnt go anywhere else!

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Finally a place in south surrey/whiterock for good vietnamese subs and bubble tea!
By catterin of South Surrey (1 Review)
Submitted Monday, June 28, 2010 - 1:28am [Dine in]

I usually drive all the way to Richmond or Vancouver for vietnamese food and bubble tea but ever since this place opened up last fall, I've frequent it several times a month. This vietnamese eatery is quaint and they have friendly service. They serve vietnamese foods, muffins and bubble tea. I go here for the subs (I'm quite picky about vietnamese subs lol but I find this place actually makes good ones)-the meatball and chicken ones are my favourite. The bread used for the subs is good. Nice and soft-slightly toasted. They also have wonton soup and vietnamese vermicelli rolls with filled with shrimp and served with fish sauce dip. I always buy the taro slush bubble tea with pearls because here it's actually well made. Not watery at all and pearsl are soft, sweet and chewy. I have also tried the lychee slush-which I didn't think was that great-a little watery and I have tried the strawberry/mango combo slush which was good. Pricing wise, this place is okay. The subs are $3.95 each and the bubble teas start at around $4.00+. Rolls are about $5-$6 for two. I don't know about the pricing of the coffees but they have a variety. I would totally recommend trying this place because around here there aren't too many- if at all, a place for decent bubble tea if you're craving it or if you're hungry for some vietnamese subs! They're open from Mon -Sat til 6pm.

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There small to go snacks! :D
By anitabanana4 of WHITE ROCK BC (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, May 27, 2010 - 5:41pm [Dine in]

Incredibly Good I love their strawberry cheese sticks, ice cream, cheese cakes ect..
They have good value, Very yummy and sometimes It takes along time to get your food but it is worth the wait... Very yummy and you will not regret going there!

also nice service and awsome workers! and they work hard so you have a good time eating... Bravo!
and they have the best latte's I have ever tried!
and there soups make you feel much better when you have tummyach

It makes you feel good and they are very tasty so you will not regret it!
they have good food and awsome drinks I tottaly recommend everyone to eat there!

Yummmmmy :)

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Not bubble tea like you think...
By Yum Yum Tum of Surrey, BC (4 Reviews)
Submitted Monday, November 29, 2010 - 3:08am [Dine in]

If you think that Beansprout Bubble Tea House means that it houses a large selection of bubble teas, it does not. In fact, it doesn't house a large size of anything.

Beansprout is probably due to the fact that it has a small selection of a number of things. It has a small selection fo loose teas, tea mints, vietnamese sandwiches, vietnamese noodles (not to be confused with pho noodles - these are like them but a very mini mini portion), coffee, iced tea, snacks and some bubble tea.

We tried one of their vietnamese sandwiches, two noodle soups, a mango slush with bubbles and a green tea with no bubbles. This place is a small sandwich shop, so has a small number of small tables, so we ordered take out.

The mango slush was very fake powdery tasting and sour. The bubbles were too soft. Fail.

They use a special tea for the green tea, which makes it very light tasting, and not the traditional green tea taste you are use to. this isn't bad - it's just different. Pass

Noodle soup - bland, very little noodles. Okay for kids. Pass

Sandwich - Needs more meat, but still tasty. Good

Value - The noodle soup - you don't get a lot, especially when you think of what you can get in Richmond for 6 or 7 dollars. And the soup base is bland. The sandwhich needs more meat. I prefer Bai Le in the T and T Plaza for the same price.

Ambiance is fine for a sandwich shop, it's cutesy and the service is family run which is quaint. But the bubble tea is not good. I love vietnamese sandwiches and bubble tea and was hoping to get two for one here, but no luck on either. I won't be back, unless I'm desperate, because I would go here to get a sandwich if I was desperately craving one.

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