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Arriving by Bus: #7/12/63/80/175/197/851/960/980/NR7, Bustop Name: opp Bugis Junction, Bustop No.: 01112. Arriving by Train: EW12 Bugis MRT Exit C. Nearest Carpark: Bugis+ Carpark. continue reading
All Branches (30)
Telephone
6884 6817
Introduction
KOI Cafe was established in 2006 and came to Singapore in 2007. The first outlet in Singapore was in Toa Payoh. Most of the ingredients used in the making of the drinks are imported from Taiwan, in a bid to bring the authentic taste of Taiwanese milk tea to locals. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.koicafe.com/en/
Signature Dishes
Assem Black Tea Green Tea Macchiato Hazelnut Milk Tea Milk Tea
Review (57)
Level4 2014-06-11
295 views
Queue is always spotted in KOI Bugis+. I had to queue for around 5 minutes to have a cup of bubble tea. It didn't seem long because the staffs were quite well-organized in serving the customers.Bubble Milk Tea (medium size) - $2.80. As always, I chose 50% sugar, therefore it's not overly sweet. The milk tea was fragrant and milky, while the generous amount of bubble inside was chewy and nice. I don't mind to queue for KOI again. continue reading
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Level4 2014-04-13
136 views
Bubble tea here is just good for quenching your thirst! Ordered my usual oolong milk tea with 30% sugar level. The sweetness is just nice for me as 50% will be too sweet (feels abit like drinking sugar water). Pearl is really chewy and they gave loads of mini peals. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-25
119 views
My fancy towards Bubble Tea was expired, but a sudden craving was forcing me to buy a cup of it. I was in a lining up behind four or five people, I cannot explain why I am here to queue. The kiosk counter was packed yet organized, staffs were helping each other in preparing, packing and serving customers. No need further elaborations, KOI was famous enough to introduce.The drink was still the same as compared to last time in my memory, extremely milky chilling. Familiar texture of the bubbles, tiny ball-sized black pearl was chewy and wholesome. Soft lovely cup of tea was enough for my liking, satisfied to the max. Frankly speaking, it was not too good to take bubble often. At least 300 calories intake for a cup of milk tea, my word was just a gentle reminder. continue reading
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koi
Level4 2013-11-24
90 views
due to hot weather, feeling thirsty wanting to get a drink happen to pass by Koi Cafe at Bugis + There was quite a long queue , waited for around 10min before my turn The stall sell wide range of drinks ranging from ice blends , smoothies , teas etc I ordered haznut milk tea with comes with generous serving of small pearls . I like the drink as i can choose the level of sweetness and the tea taste milky and the pearls are very chewy continue reading
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Koi
Level4 2013-10-02
93 views
Hubby and I reached Bugis+ quite early. He went to Sim Lim Square to get some stuff while I did a bit of window shopping at Bugis+ first. It was around 11am and I went to Koi to try out my luck (hopefully no long queue). So many people were raving about Koi but I had yet to try it out. Oh yes! Almost no queue! I placed my order for hazelnut milk tea and I was given the ticket number 61, with only 4 person before me The pearls were smaller and very chewy, but after sometimes, I found it a bit tiring to chew the pearls and there were harder than the norm. The hazelnut milk was nice though, but as I ordered 100% sugar, it ended up a bit too sweet. continue reading
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