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Experience the world of comic books in this Malaysian bubble tea cafe

April 25th, 2019
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One of the most popular thirst quenchers to try this summer is the milk tea that originally started in Taichung, Taiwan in the 1980s. The Boba tea, also known as the bubble tea or pearl milk tea is definitely one of the latest food trends today. Boba refers to these chewy little pearls and its standard flavor is the black boba which is made from cassava root.

Because people love milk tea so much, a lot of tea cafes have branched out to different parts of the world. In Subang Jaya, Malaysia, this 2D Bubble Tea Cafe has been winning the hearts of milk tea lovers since its opening last January. Apart from their delicious bubble tea flavors, this cafe is now one of the most eye-catching and Insta-worthy cafes because of its unique 2D concept.

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Yes, come and see it yourself if you don't believe such place exist 😎 #potd #foodporn #cafehopkl #latte #bubbletea #2d #art #2dcafe #2dbubbletea #foodie #pictureoftheday #love #lifestyle #hype #blackandwhite #bnw

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Not just about bubble tea 😎 #potd #foodporn #cafehopkl #latte #bubbletea #2d #art #2dcafe #2dbubbletea #foodie #pictureoftheday #love #lifestyle #hype #blackandwhite #bnw #brownsugar #boba

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A 2D onsen there 😊

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And the recipe is set! 😱😱😱

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Rain? No problem. Sun? No problem. You get to queue in air-conditioned walkway where you get to snap tons of instagram-worthy photos 😱 #potd #foodporn #cafehopkl #latte #bubbletea #2d #art #2dcafe #2dbubbletea #foodie #pictureoftheday #love #lifestyle #hype #blackandwhite #bnw

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The store’s black and white feature is combined with Japanese-inspired aesthetics such as a classroom setting, onsen, tatami (room) area and more. Apart from tea-based drinks, this tea shop also offers boxed bento seats and all the food are 100 percent halal.

via Tenor

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