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Bubble Tea and Sushi

One of my long time favorite bubble tea shops anywhere! Let's head to Momoko (located around campus) and get some bubble tea (also known as pearl tea, or boba tea). Yes, you can get tea without the 'pearls' or 'bubbles' if you prefer. Also with or without milk. There is a sushi restaurant next door (Sushi Niichi) which has happy hour specials, and we can head there after ordering to get some munchies. A bit of background info. Bubble tea originated in Taiwan and has gained in popularity in the past several years. The bubbles are made out of tapioca, a similar consistency to a gummy bear. You suck the bubbles through a thick straw. Most bubble teas are served cold or iced. You can get more (and probably a much better description) info at the
wiki here. Can't wait!

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  • Korina

    Thanks Sumina for another great event!

    August 3, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Because of work, I showed up quite late and so missed everybody! However I ordered a Grasshopper (I think it was called) which was delicious, and assuaged my sorrow. Momokos has been my favorite boba-joint since I was a kid.

    August 3, 2010

  • Sumina B.

    @ Eugenia - yay! I haven't seen you in such a long time. I'm glad you can make it to this one!

    July 21, 2010

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