F&B outlets you can order a hot meal and bubble tea combo
Milksha + Pontian Wanton Noodle
This collaboration brings you Milksha’s top-seller – Fresh Taro Milk, paired with your favourite Pontian Wanton Noodles. This bundle set meal is priced at $12.20, while Fresh Taro Milk (à la carte) is $6.40.
The sweet and velvety Fresh Taro Milk is their bestseller for a reason – made with unique taro from Dajia, Taiwan, the taro is mashed by hand daily, then blended with the fresh milk. It’s reminiscent of everyone’s favourite chinese dessert Orh Nee, only drank straight from a cup.
The bundle set meal is available from Pontian’s outlet at Compass One and Seletar Mall outlets. Area delivery is available via GrabFood, and soon-to-be on Deliveroo.
CHICHA San Chen + Yu Kee
New bubbletea player CHICHA San Chen, which has very quickly gained a cult following with their award-winning Dong Ding Oolong Milk Tea, is available for islandwide delivery, but only operating from certain outlets, such as Connexis and Nanyang Technological University.
The outlet at Connexis has collaborated with Yu Kee, the Duck Rice stall next door to them at Connexis, to offer islandwide delivery via GrabFood, or via foodpanda from Fusionopolis outlet (limited areas).
Order Yu Kee’s Braised Duck Set ($8.00) with braised duck meat, egg, beancurd, bean sprouts and peanuts, paired with CHICHA San Chen’s selection of drinks such as Bubble Milk Tea ($6.00), Fresh Milk with Brown Sugar Bubble ($6.50), and Tea with Mousse ($6.20).
Suparakki Ramen has launched their first-ever ramen and bubble tea set, Supa Boba combo, available for islandwide delivery.
They first launched the bubble tea combos exclusively for the West, and due to popular demand, have now extended this across the island.
Their signature Hakata-style ramen pairs perfectly with their in-house classic bubble milk tea with chewy pearls.
The Supa Boba Milk Single Combo – now going at $13.90 (U.P $16.30) – brings you one Original Tonkotsu Ramen and one Boba Milk Tea with pearls. The Supa Boba Milk Couple Combo – now going at $27.80 (U.P $32.60) – brings you two Original Tonkotsu Ramen and two Boba Milk Tea with pearls.
Available for takeaway from Suparakki’s City Link outlet, and islandwide delivery with a minimum order of $50 at https://suparakki.oddle.me/
Route 65’s The Burger Boba Combo
Burger and boba? Yes please. Route 65 ‘s burger combos come with a side of fries and an in-house Route 65 Bubble Milk Tea.
Combos start from $9.90. Choose from 9 different flavours of burgers, curated by Route 65, and choose to top up an additional $1 for your choice of Bubble Tea flavours.
Islandwide delivery available on order.route65sg.com.
Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks' authentic Taiwan bubble tea
Shihlin Taiwan Street Snacks has launched their new range of authentic Taiwanese Bubble Tea in three classic flavours: Brown Sugar Fresh Milk Boba, 1983 Boba Milk Tea and Honey Fresh Green Tea.
Pair this with their Taiwanese street snacks such as the signature crispy and juicy XXL Crispy Chicken.
Islandwide Delivery available on SG.ShihlinDelivery.com.tw, and is charged at a fixed rate of $4.99 with minimum order of $30.
Monga BBT + Founder Bak Kut Teh
This collab was launched a while back but due to popular demand, has been extended for the month of June till July 1.
When you spend a minimum of $30 on Founder Bak Kut Teh, you can get two of Monga’s Black Dragon Bubble Milk Tea for a top up fee starting from $5. Do note that this is limited to two sets per order per receipt, meaning a maximum of four Bubble Milk Teas in total.
Free islandwide delivery with a minimum purchase of $30. WhatsApp +65 8896 5136 to order.
Joy Luck Teahouse + Kam’s Roast
Joy Luck Teahouse’s collaboration with Kam’s Roast brings you The Pearl of The Orient Bubble Milk Tea, the bubble tea version of authentic Hong Kong-style Milk Tea, which comes with a generous amount of brown sugar tapioca balls.
To order the Pearl of the Orient or the milk tea, you will need to order one Kam’s Roast main dish as well.
The Pearl of the Orient bubble milk tea goes at $4.80; for extra indulgence, top up $1 to add premium Korea-imported marine collagen. The authentic Hong Kong-style milk tea (without pearls) is priced at $3.80.