Looking for the best bubble tea in London? Look no further! These spots are all highly recommended by bubble tea fans and experts alike, and they offer some of the best tea drinks in the city. Whether you’re looking for a sweet or savoury drink, we’ve got you covered. You’re sure to find something that you’ll love. So what are you waiting for?
The first spot on our list is Bubbleology. This fab spot is a bubble tea chain that started in London and has since expanded to other cities around the world. They offer a wide variety of bubble tea flavours, as well as some unique flavour combinations that you won’t find anywhere else – including everything from black tea, to green teas as well as oolongs for those who prefer them.
They’ve also got boba balls which are different to the typical tapioca ones you might expect from your average tea house.
You’ll find Bubbleology at 49 Rupert Street, London, W1D 7PF. Nearest station is Piccadilly Circus.
Bubblewrap is a bubble tea spot that specialises in waffle-wrapped bubble tea drinks. That’s right, you can get your bubble tea-wrapped in a delicious waffle – perhaps the greatest brunch you’ll ever experience if you ask us.
If you’re vegan or dairy-free, this is the place for your next delicious craving. The lotus biscoff waffles are not only satisfying but they come in an adorable little package that’ll make any foodie smile! The teas not only leave you satisfied but will most likely make you also want another taste – so why not go and try yours today?
You’ll find Bubblewrap at three different locations in London. You can find out more here.
3. Happy Lemon
You can get your hands on a wide variety of teas, lemon milk tea and cream crown blended drinks at this globally-recognised franchise. The ‘fresh lemon’ series and the ‘lemon smoothies’ are two of the more popular drinks you really don’t want to miss.
Happy Lemon is not just about making the best quality traditional Taiwanese bubble tea around. Their team has developed many special flavoured drinks such as the signature drink ‘rock-salted cheese’ series, which is creamy and includes enriched cheese infused with amazing rock salt!
You’ll find Happy Lemon at 24A Newport Court, China Town, London, WC2H 7JS. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
4. Biju Bubble Tea
Biju Bubble Tea is a bubble tea spot that specialises in Indian-style bubble tea. They offer a wide variety of bubble tea flavours, as well as different types of milk and tea to choose from. If you’re looking for a bubble tea with an exotic twist, then Biju Bubble Tea is the place for you.
The choices here are extensive – you’ll be able to find something whether it’s your first time drinking bubble tea or if you’re an expert! Biju has fruit drinks, and milk teas with different flavour toppings like popping bubbles that give off a nice change from tapioca pearls that you’ll usually find in other places.
It’s hard not to fall in love with their flavour combinations – they’ll always keep you guessing as far as what new taste will come out next on the list of flavours. An HK Milk Tea with pearls, or maybe some matcha magic tea will make your day that little bit extra special.
You’ll find Biju Bubble Tea at 45 Old Compton Street, Soho, London, W1D 6HQ. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
5. Quaker Street Coffee & Bubble Tea
Quaker Street Coffee & Bubble Tea is a bubble tea spot that specialises in scientific-themed bubble tea drinks. Tapping into a world of endless possibilities with ‘tapioca boba’, you can create your own customised drinks.
It is a great place for all your needs for bubble tea in London. Their fruit flavours are always tasty, and they’ve even got an array of different recycling straws to choose from. You can even watch some anime or read some manga while you wait if that’s what gets the day going right…
The friendly and helpful staff are a real breath of fresh air, and the bright, fun mad scientist decor makes it feel like anything can happen. So strap on in!
You’ll find Quaker Street Coffee & Bubble Tea at 10 Quaker St, London E1 6SZ. Nearest station is Shoreditch High Street.
6. Xing Fu Tang
Xing Fu Tang is a bubble tea spot that first originated in Taiwan. The Taiwanese bubble tea here is made with fresh milk and brown sugar syrup, giving it a rich and creamy flavour that’s hard to resist.
You can’t beat the tapioca drinks on offer here. The brown sugar boba milk is probably one of our favourite things to order, as it’s so richly sweet without being too overwhelming for your tastebuds! They also have plenty of other options if you don’t want to have any dairy either. It’s also pretty fascinating to watch the boba get made in the window while you wait too.
You’ll find Xing Fu Tang at, 29 Frith Street, London, W1D 5LG. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
7. Cuppacha Bubble Tea
Cuppacha Bubble Tea is a bubble tea spot that specialises in solely organic bubble tea. They use only the highest quality ingredients, and their drinks are dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan to boot too.
It’s no wonder this place is packed every time you go. The line out the door speaks volumes about how good they must be doing something right, with an extensive menu and a wide variety of teas that other shops don’t offer. Their bubble teas are made with love, and it shows in every delicious sip. Definitely worth the hype we say!
You’ll find Cuppacha at 23 Newport Court, London, WC2H 7JS. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
8. The Alley
Newsflash. Not to sound dramatic, but the ube crème brûlée bubble tea you’ll find here is one of the best drinks you’ll ever taste. It’s worth every penny and more trust us! The flavour is amazing – it’s not too sweet but still satisfying enough for those who want their taste buds satisfied without feeling like they’re eating something heavy or sugary – which lets face it, most people do anyway.
The tapioca pearls (or boba) served here are always fresh, and their deerioca speciality drinks are pretty darn banging – go for the crystal or brown sugar varieties which we have it on good authority will “change your life“!
You’ll find The Alley at 229 Camden High St, London NW1 7BU. Nearest station is Wembley Park Station.
9. Yunique Bubble Tea
Yunique Bubble Tea is a Bubble Tea spot that specialises in Japanese-style bubble tea. This shop has some of the best bubble tea in town, and you’ll love the quirky flavours found here – think Oreo with milk, matcha with grass jelly and a coffee latte with added brown sugar bubble.
What’s more, these drinks always look bloody pretty too – so you’d better get them up on the old ‘gram!
You’ll find Yunique at 10 Little Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JJ. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
10. CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice
You’ll love the experience, just as much as you enjoy your tea! The staff here are always wonderful and really fast. Whether or not there is a queue – they will get it done for you quick (and with good humour). Our most recommended order is? Well… their signature is the ‘three guys milk tea’ – a milk tea with bubbles, pudding and grass jelly.
The staff members here are always friendly too – just ask them what sounds good if you’re stuck for choice! Highly recommended, especially if you’re in the Soho area.
You’ll find CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice on the ground floor of 52-53 Dean Street, London, W1D 5BL. Nearest station is Leicester Square.
These are just some of the great places for bubble tea in London. They are come highly recommended, so you can be sure that you’re getting the best tea experience when you visit any one of them.