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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Sakura Season at Tokyo Bubble Tea : Cute, Delicious and the Perfect Fusion

Val and I both love to eat out however, we actually do not agree much on food choices. I am a fan of pasta, sweets and steaks while Val, on the other hand loves Japanese and Mexican cuisines.

So, can you imagine our delight when visited Tokyo Bubble Tea and saw their amazing menu?! It was a perfect place for us because both our favorites are available plus it's Sakura Season. 

For appetizers, you can choose from their Tokyo Side Treats, Salads and Maki Zuchi selection. 

We had Takoyaki which is an absolute favorite from their menu. It is super yummy and not the typical takoyaki that we can buy from malls that is just filled with vegetables. Tokyo Bubble Tea's version is a real one. Takoyaki literally stands for "octopus in batter." 

Takoyaki - Php 178 (8 pieces)

Tofu Steak is a must try especially for those who are health conscious. :) 

Tofu Steak - Php 158

Tuna Sashimi is really fresh and delicious though we are going to try the Salmon Sashimi next time. 
Tuna Sashimi - Php 160
The Bulgogi Nachos is a sure treat to be available in a place that specializes in Japanese cuisine. It's the perfect pica-pica and Val was so happy because we all know he is a nachos addict.  

Bulgogi Nachos - Php 245

But since it's Sakura Season in Tokyo Bubble Tea and they want people to experience Hanami and see the cherry blossoms, a visit wouldn't be complete without the Sakura JCC Milk Teas. They have Sakura Royal Milk Tea (highly recommended!), Sakura Strawberry Milk Tea and Sakura Taro Milk Tea. 

Sakura Royal Milk Tea - 125 (Large)
What's special about these milk teas is the Sakura Spin on the typical Tokyo Bubble Tea and the Japanese Cheesecake Cream (JCC) which is a sweet and smooth topping that gives these drinks an extra zing. 

Ofcourse, it's not all about milk teas and appetizers. If you are hungry, the Sakura Bento Trays can satisfy your rumbling bellies. You can choose to have Sakura Soy Ginger Fish, Sakura Chicken Katsu and Sakura Ebi Furai with Hamburg. Each tray comes with a main course, miso soup, fried rice, Sakura salad and Sakura maki. 

Sakura Soy Ginger Fish - Php 328

Sakura Chicken Katsu - Php 368

Sakura Ebi Furai with Hamburg - Php 388
If I were to describe the Sakura Tray, I would say everything is delicious. The salad,fried rice, maki and soup are perfect together with your choice of main course. 

And since I love sweets, our meal wouldn't be complete without dessert. I love that Honeybon Pastries are available in Tokyo Bubble Tea. They have a wide selection of really yummy cakes. 

So, go ahead and have the cutest, most kawaii and definitely yummy Hanami experience at Tokyo Bubble Tea. Whether you are in for a light snack, full meal or simply craving for sweets and milk tea then, Tokyo Bubble Tea is the perfect place to visit. 

Don't forget that their Sakura Season menu is only available for a limited time and they have an ongoing promotion for customers who mix and match these Sakura drinks and trays. One can pick a prize from their special sakura tree and can win exclusive Tokyo Bubble Tea merchandise featuring Bubblets: Sakura, Midori and Ichiban. 

Tokyo Bubble Tea 
Branches: Banawe, Wilson, Greenhills, Tomas Morato, Trinoma, SM Megamall, SM North, Fort Bonifacio, Katipunan Avenue, Eastwood, Bacolod City , Centrio Mall, CDO
IG: @tokyobubbletea
Twitter: @tokyobubbletea 


  1. I want to try the bulgogi nachos!! :)

  2. I really love Japanese foods. :) I should eat there sometime. hehe :D

  3. I love the last photo! And of course I love Japanese foods. ;-)

  4. I love Tokyo Bubble Tea! Will definitely try this next time

  5. I am not really into Japanesse Foods but this post makes me wanna give it again a try. The food looks delicious and the way you captured the photos are very good too. Thank you for sharing.

  6. Sumptuous meal you have there! Drool on japfoods!