Finding a good, well balanced menu between food and beverages in a place that specializes more on their liquids is often a problem that I encounter (most izakaya in Japan being the exception). Here in North America, I experience this phenomena primarily in bars, public houses, as well as in bubble tea shops. Located virtually across the street from Posh, Burnaby’s Estea Beverage Club has taken... more
Slow service, below average dish choices with prices on the higher side for small-ish portions. The waitresses there know nothing much about serving industry.. They don't serve you water and expect you to order bubble tea as often as possible but I think this kind of mentality is wrong! Restaurants should still serve water whether or not customers plan to order drinks.. It's common knowledge.... more
A-OK. The staff is pretty good about letting customers hang out here for a few hours. We come here every so often with a large group of friends. The bubble tea is fairly good here but I usually stick with my traditional milk tea. The snacks are okay. The spicy wontons were a bit too salty the last time we came here; I think I prefer No. 1 Noodle House's spicy wontons and deep fried squid.... more
The bubble tea here is ok. Nothing too special and has never been any special.
I used to come here a lot when I was student. One of the good things is that its close to SFU meaning that most of my SFU friends would hang around here.
Secondly this place is awesome that it opens late. But not that late any more. In the old days it used to open till 3 am. Now its only till 1 am. The decor is ok.... more