Average of 25 ratings
For $4, today's deal gets you $8 worth of bubble teas and baked goods at Boba Suite Tea House.
Blending a sweet smattering of fruity tea flavors with fruit, ice, and milk, Boba Suite serves up dozens of different flavors of this Taiwanese treat. Classic blended-tea varieties tingle taste buds by way of passion fruit, plum, and honey green ($3.25–$3.85), while Boba flavors sport bubbly pearls of tapioca with their black, green, taro, and lavender milk frocks ($3.65–$4.25). In addition to classic boba beads, sippers may pick their own toppings to sink to the bottom of all liquid vessels. Honey-sweet lychee jelly teas add a tangy zip to the milky mix ($3.65–$4.25), while golden jade jellies provide light, citrus notes to each shippable symphony ($3.95–$4.65).
Boba Suite also offers less slurpable treats, such as gelato from Gelato d'Italia ($3.25–$4.75) and bites of baklava and cupcakes. After selecting a sweet sampling, linger in Boba Suite's tea lounge, where flat-screened TVs and free WiFi create the optimal backdrop for studying, sipping, or sugarplum dreaming.
NewsHouse featured Boba Suite Tea House:
- For those who don’t drink tea, Boba Suite has a variety of gelato flavors. – Matt Harrigan, Newshouse
Black tapioca pearls bob at the bottom of Boba Suite's drinks, their flavors of sweet potato, cassava root, and brown sugar lending a chewy contrast to the fruit and tea swirling above. These drinks begin, as they usually do, with liquids: teas in flavors such as passion-fruit oolong and yogurt green tea occupy menu space alongside lemonades, smoothies, and juices. Aside from the traditional black pearls, add-ons ranging from herb-infused jellies to fruit-flavor-packed pop bobas complete each drink, eventually settling at the bottom where they're sucked up by oversized straws or unusually strong lips. In addition to serving up its signature sips, Boba Suite also offers food options such as ramen bowls, homemade pastries, and an array of sandwiches.