Choice of Bubble Tea Drinks For Two Including Green Tea, Mango, Strawberry, and Honeydew Flavours for £2.32 at Cafe de Pearl (60% Off)
- Pan-Asian restaurant
- Specialises in Bubble Tea
- Bold Street location
- Taiwanese tapioca-based tea soft drink popular in Far East
- Available in 11 flavours
- Choices include: honeydew, coconut, mango, almond, strawberry and mocha
- Valid for takeaway
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking necessary. Bring voucher into cafe. Takeaway only, unless also purchasing food. Both teas to be purchased at same time.
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While it is common courtesy not to burst someone's bubble, there's no rule against brewing them. Enjoy well-rounded flavours with today's Groupon: £2.32 for a choice of two Bubble Tea drinks for two with flavours including green tea, mango, and honeydew from Cafe de Pearl.
A vibrant provider of authentic pan-Asian fare, Cafe de Pearl specialises in Bubble Tea: colourful tapioca-based drinks hailing from the far corners of Taiwan. The restaurant's extensive menu boasts a diversely flavoured array of marinated and skewered foodstuffs, with prawn dumplings and Peking duck making welcome appearances. Open seven days a week, Cafe de Pearl's spoils are available for enjoyment and supping on a tongue-pleasing daily basis.
A pearl milk soft drink that experiences huge popularity in the Far East, Bubble Tea's 'pearls' are formed by chewy balls of tapioca starch. The adaptable drink is available in a multi-hued array of flavours that includes green tea, papaya, almond, coconut, and strawberry. Pairs of bubble fans and beverage adventurers can get a taste for this unusual tea with two cups to take away in the flavours of their choice.
Bubble tea flavours:
Macha green tea
Though it is still awaiting widespread reviews from visitors, Cafe De Pearl received a positive write up from Liverpool Confidential, who highlighted the modern decor and the range of the menu, but saved special mention for the bubble teas.
There is no delicate way of describing the overall bursting and swallowing sensation which won't get me into trouble with the euphemism police. Let us just say that they are every bit as wacky as they look and far more toothsome than the earlier description.
– Angie Sammons, Liverpool Confidential, Feb 2012