Boba Jam

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Chinatown

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  • Address:

    Boba Jam 102 Shaftesbury Avenue
    London
    W1D 5EJ

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11.30pm daily

  • Transport:

    Tube: Leicester Square tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £4.45-£6.95

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    1. Boba Jam
      • 102 Shaftesbury Avenue
        London
        W1D 5EJ
      • 51.512231,-0.130822

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Natalie

This is one of the best places to get your hands on a Bubble Tea in London! Within China Town you feel as though you're getting the real deal, rather than a cafe trying to produce a proper tea. Very tasty and recommended, but also a great place to pick up lunch or a snack - friendly staff and atmosphere and brilliant freshly cooked food!

sap

I drop in at Bubbleology in Soho whenever I'm in town, and thought I'd give Boba Jam a try, having noticed it when walking past the other day. The bubble tea was great (I had the Hong Kong pearl milk tea), with nice big, soft tapioca pearls. I actually preferred the pearls themselves to the ones at Bubbleology, though the drink size was smaller for the money. There also seemed to be less choice compared to Bubbleology. I must disagree with Jazz's review, however - at least when I visited, the girl who served me was helpful and very friendly, so no problems there for me.

jazz

the bubble tea is fun and pretty tasty. and i'm sure the taiwanese and chinese and south east asian staff are paid a pittance. but the service, like all of chinatown, is petulant and temperamental. annoying enough to make me wish starbucks will start serving bubble tea so you can get consistent bubble tea at a place where the customers matter.