Looking for Thai food, and also craving for bubble tea? If you are in bugis area, you are saved from going two separate places!
A small cafe, comfortable with low noise level, and some yellow light ambience. Quite suitable for gatherings.
One of the drink not to be missed is their bubble tea. Basically for $5.80, you get to choose your type of milk base, with two toppings ($0.50 per additional). And I had the Thai Milk Tea, with grass jelly and aloe vera.
Pom Pom Green ($8.80) is just green tea with pomelo juice and its pulps A refreshing cold drink.
Mini toast with Kaya dip ($4.00). Well, the main highlight is the kaya which is not too creamy, and taste is just nice.
Fish Strips ($5.00). Meaning $5.80 for a cup of bubble tea and a plate of fish strips.
Well, it seems to have some peppery form on it. As every piece I bite on, I felt like coughing as though powder has escalated to my nose and throat. But still, its a nice snack.
I quite like their bubble tea, and decided to order one more for takeaway. This time, Thai Milk Tea with sago and grassjelly. But instead of the usual $5.80, I paid an extra dollar more, as takeaway does not consists of toppings, in exchange for their plastic bottle. It is actually well sealed, like you just bought a brand new bottle from supermarkets?
For details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2013/09/cafe-pal.html
Date of Visit: Sep 02, 2013
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