5 of the best bubble tea in Toronto that offer delivery

Quarantine makes us feel hungry and we crave a little treat at times. Torontonians want to know where the best bubble tea in Toronto are that do bubble tea delivery. There are plenty of mainstream apps such as Foodora, Uber Eats, Doordash that deliver Bubble tea. But I find a lot of hardcore bbt fans are tired of Chatime, Teashoop 168, etc. Our favourite kinds are the local bubble tea shops, which usually turn out to be the best bubble tea in Toronto.  There’s just something about it that makes us want to order it, maybe it’s the aesthetic behind these shops, or we just want something different.

Here are some of the best bubble tea in Toronto that offer delivery

1. YGO Lab – Bubble tea delivery on Ubereats

YGO Lab
YGO Supreme Fruit Tea and Watermelon ade

You get a really good portion size for what it is. Their supreme fruit tea costs about $7 and is packed with assorted vitamins and minerals. They also have a spend $10 and save $2 promotion going on.

Delivery fee: $0.99

How to order: Use the Uber eats Canada promo code eats-4pebz for $5 off a $15 order

Check out their full menu here.

Though YGO lab does not have a website, everything can be found on their Instagram.

2. Gong Cha

Gong cha
Image credit: @gongchatea

 

You can order Gong Cha through Foodora and Door Dash. One of my personal favourites is the Strawberry Milk Tea ($5.30). Also they do free delivery over $10!

Delivery fee: Free over $10 .

How to order: Foodora toronto or use a Doordash promo code here to get $10 credit

Check out the full menu for Gong cha here 

3. The Alley

The Alley
Instagram: @bobalifeto

The Alley is Available on Ubereats and they have the best Deerioca Fever ($6.50)! It only comes in regular size, but you know it’s good when it’s constantly sold out.

Delivery fee: $2.99

How to order: Ubereats

Check out the full menu for The Alley here

4. Kungfu Tea

Kung Fu Tea
Mango Slush

They got some great Mango slush ($6.20), a fan favourite for Kung Fu Tea!

Delivery fee: $0.99

How to order: Foodora

Check out the Kung Fu Tea menu 

5. Tru tea

Tru Bubble Tea
Instagram @trububbleteato

I’ve ordered from tru tea multiple of times, and I usually get the Deluxe Purple Yam ($7.80) It’s so Instagram worthy

Delivery Fee: $0.99

How to order: Ubereats

Check out Tru tea full menu here

Delivery Service apps

Pretty much all bubble tea shops will only do delivery through the delivery apps. Some of them do offer a curbside pick up option, and each store is available on more than one platform. Ubereats, Door dash, Foodora (which announced they are closing after 5 years of operation)

What kind of bubble tea should I get?

If it’s your first time trying bubble tea (also referred to as boba) and wondering why is this Taiwanese drink so popular? It’s because there are so many different varieties and each offers a taste sensation that will leave you craving for more.  As a starting point, most people stick with the classic milk bubble tea(sugar, milk, and freshly brewed tea) with tapioca pearls (that add texture to the drink).  The fun part is you can swap out any of the traditional ingredients and replace it with soy milk, green tea, slush, and even various type of syrups. Though some people debate if it’s the weather really bubble tea or not, slush is always a popular replacement as it tastes like an ice cream with the fun pearls to give it that squishy texture. My original go-to drink was the Honeydew slush, but once I got used to it, I usually always get the class milk tea.

 

Let us know what you think is the best bubble tea in toronto

 

 

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