Food Journal: Tokyo Bubble Tea

Irasshaimase~!

It’s usually the first thing you’ll hear whenever you get inside at any branch of Tokyo Bubble Tea. It means “Welcome to the store!” This clearly gives a Japanese feel once you decide to dine in.

Tokyo Bubble Tea is actually one of our (Jason and I) favorite restaurant. It’s always our first choice whenever we go to Centrio, Ayala and another branch recently opened here in Cagayan de Oro at SM Downtown Premiere and it’s interior show off a very cutesy vibe. We had dinner there last October 22, 2017 to celebrate Jason’s 26th birthday as well. 😊

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Took this after our dinner and when the store was already closing.

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I really love their wallpapers!!!

As for our orders, we had Spicy California Maki which is by far, the best California Maki I’ve ever tasted. Jason had Korean Bibimbap and his favorite Mango Tea Slush while I had Pork Katsudon and Double Chocolate Milkshake.

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Spicy California Maki

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Korean Bibimbap

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Pork Katsudon

Writing about this makes me hungry at the moment. Ha ha! They really look good and taste good, I’m craving for it now. LOL!

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That was a blast. Happy birthday my daytime shooting star! 🌠

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