Treats for Two at Tokyo Bubble Tea
With just a day shy of Valentine’s Day, boyfriends are usually tested with questions from their girlfriends. “Where will we eat?” “Did you call to make a reservation?” All the usual sorts of details that reveal just how much planning was done for February 14.
Still stumped with where you and your partner could dine in? Here’s an option that might just tickle your bubble tea taste buds.
Tokyo Bubble Tea has always been an affordable favorite among those looking to satisfy their hunger pangs. The restaurant boasts of unique maki plates, yummy pasta dishes, and tasty milk tea drinks.
From February 12 to March 8, customers can avail of the Yoshoku Valentine’s Treat for the low cost of P1,143.00! The meal comes with two servings of Miso Soup, one limited edition Maki, two Yoshoku big plates, two medium milk teas, and two Tokyo Bubble Tees. (Choice of big plates, milk teas, and tees are dependent on the customer.)
Start your meal with a serving of Tokyo Bubble Tea’s Miso Soup, which is bound to warm you and your partner up. The Miso includes a serving of seaweed and tofu, and is a light start to the Valentine’s meal ahead.
Rolled inside the Maki is a breaded pork fillet that comes with a crunch. Slices of cheese lie atop the rice, which is then decorated with even more bits of the breaded pork.
Pick the Taro Milk Tea if you’re feeling a little adventurous. It’s one of the restaurant’s best sellers and has only the slightest hint of taro — not too much that it’s overpowering, but still significant enough to taste it in the drink.
The soft chicken fillet is comes with such a crisp breading that it’s almost addicting to bite. The meal is accompanied with a sunny side egg, that still holds a bit of the yolk’s softness. Do yourself a favor and pierce the yolk in the center to have the egg run down to the garlic rice nestled below it. Yum!
This has to be one of the best big plate offerings in the Yoshoku Valentine’s Treat. The fresh salmon is nicely charred and the grilled pineapple brings out the sweetness of the fruit. The dish comes with a choice of either garlic rice or mashed potato, but it’s recommended to choose the latter instead of the former.