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Bobajam Soho

Restaurants, Pan-Asian Soho
3 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

A pan-Asian dessert and bubble tea bar.

With soothing interiors and music to groove to, the Dean Street branch of this bubble tea chain – which also offers a wacky galaxy of desserts from across Asia – is somewhere to come for sugar in all its forms. Liquid or solid, it’s all served up by helpful, enthusiastic staff.

Many of the desserts tasted a bit like breakfast, with elements of starchy, milky sweetness. Raindrop cake looked like three clear jellyfish sitting in a puddle of brown sauce; each wiggly spoonful – with a flavour of toasted caramel – dissolved instantly in the mouth, the sweetness bolstered and cut by the accompanying matcha ice cream and fresh fruit. There was also a lot going on in the traditional Korean patbingsu pudding: a sweet chill from shaved ice and ice cream, chewy starch from red beans and agar balls, and toppings of frosted flakes and condensed milk to edge you closer to a diabetic coma.

As for the boba drinks, try the classic milk tea, which comes with bursts of marble-sized boba in each sip. For that experience alone, BobaJam is a must.

By: Brooke Jackson



Address: 80 Dean Street
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Road
Price: Dessert for two with bubble tea: around £25.
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

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Stumbled on a sign that said dessert cafe, how do you walk past a sign like that? We were in a hurry so it seemed even worse but the service was really slow. Lovely staff but I imagine it's because it's individual but still. The dessert was excellent, really excellent. Warm brioche, vanilla ice cream and marshmallows with chocolate dipping sauce. It only needs more sauce.

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