You know about cheese with wine, earl grey tea with biscuits, and steak with fries. But what about bubble tea alongside soft Euro bread?
The fluffy and creamy combo is soon to be available at Feng Cha’s new Thornhill location.
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To celebrate the grand opening of their new location, the spot will be offering free bubble tea to their first 100 customers at both their new Thornhill and their Scarborough locations on March 16.
And if you don’t happen to be one of the first 100 visitors, don’t fret. For the rest of the weekend, the spot will be offering BOGO bubble teas at both locations.
So grab a friend and split it even — or take two just for you.
And if you want to jump the gun, you can head to the shop on March 15 to try their Bubble Tea Bun. Available on that day, the bun’s dough and filling are both infused with bubble tea, and you can drink the cream with a straw.
While you’re indulging in the delicious tea options, you’re going to want to pick up a fluffy treat to pair with your drink. Every bread has a complementing tea flavour, such as the famous Taro Cheese Bread and Sea Salt Mousse Japanese Green Tea combo.
There are two ways to enjoy the combos: eat the bread and then drink the tea, or dip the bread into the sea salt mousse, and then enjoy it.
Don’t miss this opportunity to indulge in two of life’s greatest pleasures: delicious tea and delicious bread.
Address: 505 highway 7 unit 61-63, Thornhill; 2378 Midland Avenue, Scarborough
When: March 15, 16 and 17; Thornhill open at 11:30 am, Scarborough open at noon