3 Insta-Worthy Bubble Tea Places in Toronto

Check out these places in downtown Toronto, next time you’re craving for bubble tea

ANSWER TEA

439 Spadina Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2G6

 

How creative can you get with bubble tea? Answer Tea transform a simple bubble tea into a cute piece of art that’s way too adorable to drink. They have a special design printer that allow us to upload our favourite photo, and get it directly printed right on our bubble tea! It was super super cool as I watch them printing the design on top of a thick layer of cheese foam. My friend printed her dog photo and I printed out the cute We Bare Bears on mine. Answer tea is probably one of the most adorable bubble tea spots I found in Toronto, with their tiffany blue themed flower wall and decor. Definitely an insta-worthy café to check out near the Kensington Market.

 

  • Brown Sugar Fresh Milk $6.00 | Ratings ★★★★★


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Machi Machi

575 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4Y 1Z2

 

Machi Machi is the definition of an insta-worthy bubble tea spot. In the first few weeks that it opened, I heard that it takes hours to line-up to just buy bubble tea. I finally finally got to try out this super super popular Taiwanese tea shop a couple months after their grand-opening. It is the CUTEST place ever to take pictures with your friends, with cute hand-drawn like drawings and writing all over the shop. Aside from their instagrammable interiors, their bottled drinks are also awesome drinks to snap a pic with. I just got cream brûlée tea latte, which had a thick torched layer of caramelized “custard-like” cream cheese on top of the milky black latte. 

 

  • Cream Brûlée Black Tea Latte $5.40 | Ratings ★★★★☆


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1011 SIP TEA

635 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6G 1K8


There’s like a street full of bubble tea places near Bathurst and Christie Station. This 1011 Sip Tea shop especially stood out to me as I walked down. Not only is it a newly opened bubble tea place, but also super unique in its specialized toppings, and four types of cheese cream flavours! The decor inside the place was definitely photo-worthy, they have 3 different types of neon signs, such as “Keep Calm and Sip Tea”, cute space astronaut and more. My friend got their honey lime tea with chia seed, and being a taro lover myself, I just had to try their real taro fresh milk drink. I LOVED IT, it was added with real mashed taro, milk and their speciality taro balls (made freshly with a mix of sweet potato and taro). Even though my friend’s drink was prettier than mine with its beautiful gradient layers of colours and chia seed, I still loved mine’s taste way more hehehee 🙂 


  • Real Taro Fresh Milk $6.50 | Ratings ★★★★★

  • Honey Lime Tea & Chia Seed $7.50 | Ratings ★★★★☆


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Hello I'm Yunny the foodie! My biggest passion aside from Media Production is definitely trying out all the different food around the world. Ramen, omurice, matcha, cheese, you name it all. I am always curious to try out new Toronto eats around campus, and I enjoy documenting those food adventures to share my delicious journeys with you! Follow me @my.eatz too