Best Thai Iced Milk Tea in Singapore
2015-09-23
Best Thai Milk Tea
Thai Iced Milk Tea, also known as Cha Yen, is one of Thailand’s most popular drinks. Evaporated milk and sugar are mixed with tea, and then poured over crushed ice. Given what a refreshing thirst quencher this drink is, it comes as no surprise that it’s made a huge splash on our Singapore shores. Here are 8 great places to drink Thai Iced Milk Tea in Singapore:

1. Soi 55

Soi 55 Thai Milk Tea
This home-grown brand is one of the few shops that specializes in making Thai Iced Milk Tea. Each cup costs $2.50 and additional pearl, sago or red ruby toppings are priced from 30 cents onwards. For a different flavour, try their Thai Iced Green Tea! The teas also come packaged in pretty bottles, priced at $3.90 each, which have been making waves on Instagram. Soi 55 has also expanded to a new outlet at The Cathay , so you can grab tea on the way into the cinema.If you think Soi 55 is too far from home, just call them up for a delivery! For more information, visit their Facebook Page . Soi 55, Golden Shoe Food Centre, 50 Market Street #02-19, Singapore 048940 (Image: Soi 55 Facebook Page)

2. Nam’s Brewing Thai Tea and Coffee

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Made with Thai Tea Number One Brand, Nam's Brewing Thai Iced Milk Tea is extremely popular with the office crowd nearby. During peak hours, be sure to queue and wait for your drink, as it is freshly prepared on the spot only after your order is placed. At $2.50 per cup, you get to stretch your dollar with the large serving. Tea lovers who want to try their hand at brewing Nam’s tea at home can also get their Instant 3-in-1 Thai tea Mix at $3.50. Nam’s Brewing Thai Tea and Coffee, Far East Square, 137 Amoy Street #01-05, Singapore 049965 (Image: Nam's Brewing Thai Tea and Coffee's Facebook page)

3. Café Pal

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If there is one café more popular for their drinks rather than their food, it would be Café Pal. A huge hit with students nearby, their Thai Iced Milk Tea is made with the Thai Number One Brand. Additional pearls, sago, aloe vera and homemade grass jelly can be added for 50 cents. The two pricings for dine-in and takeaway might be a little confusing for first timers. For dine-in, Café Pal offers a taller glass of milk tea with two toppings for a whopping $5.80 (pictured above). However, strictly for takeaway, the milk tea costs only $3, for almost half the price of the dine-in menu. Café Pal, 43 Middle Road #01-00, Singapore 188952 (Image: OpenSnap User mycc)

4. Tuk Tuk Cha

Tuk Tuk Cha Thai Milk Tea
A nameplay on Thailand's famous Tuk Tuk Car (three wheeled car), Tuk Tuk Cha also has a Tuk Tuk Car on display inside its cafe. The car has become a popular spot for customers to take photos. Relatively inexpensive, their Thai Iced Milk Tea costs $2.80 for a medium cup and $3.20 for a large cup. Depending on your preference, you can opt for the original or reduced sugar version. Additional pearls, coconut jelly, caramel jelly and mango pearl toppings at an extra 50 cents each. Tuk Tuk Cha, 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-605A Suntec City Tower 3, Singapore 038983 (Image: Tuk Tuk Cha’s Facebook Page)

5. Cha Thai

 Cha Thai Thai Milk Tea
A sister company of Loaves Me Café, Cha Thai has gotten great reviews for their food as well as their Thai Iced Milk Tea. At $3.90, they fall in the mid-range price of the milk teas out there. Cha Thai is having a free beverage promotion until 31st October. For every $25 spent, dine-in customers can redeem one free beverage. For more information, visit their Facebook Page . Cha Thai, 80 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048466 (Image: From Instagram User m.lissah_)

6. Noodle Café

 Noodle Café Thai Milk Tea
Located at Golden Mile, Noodle Café is not only well-known for its Boat Noodles, but also for its ridiculously cheap Thai Iced Milk Tea. For $1.80, you get a large serving of their milk tea. For such a steep price, it’s no wonder why it’s so popular among Singaporeans. Note: Second outlet is located at Rochor Canal Road. Noodle Cafe, Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Road #B1-08, Singapore 199588 (Image: OpenSnap User Wenxi)

7. The Lab

The Lab
Just like its name suggests, the owners of The Lab are constantly experimenting with new ways to flavour and present their food and drinks. Paying homage to Breaking Bad, this halal café is high on quirky scientific appeal. Its Thai Iced Milk Tea, is served in a beaker, mimicking a concoction from a science experiment. The Lab, 1 Jalan Pisang, #01-01, Singapore 199069 (Image:The Lab Facebook Page)

8. Ice Burnz

Ice Burnz Thai Milk Tea
Having recently ended its stint at Woodlands Pasar Malam, people are already missing Ice Burnz’s lovely concoctions. The halal stall’s specialty is Thai Iced Tea but they also provide other flavours such as Coconut Shake, Nutella and Salted Caramel Milkshake. They are going to be at Pioneer MRT station with two new drinks from 25 September onwards, so do keep a lookout on their Instagram page for more details! (Image: Ice Burnz Instagram Page) See also: Delicious Thai Restaurants in Singapore Our Favourite Korean Bingsu
Written by Rachel Wong

Updated on 25 September 2015

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Rachel Wong
Rachel Wong loves desserts. When she’s not busy hunting down the next food trend in Singapore, she can be found baking up a storm in her kitchen.
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