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Bubble tea spots that offer delivery in Singapore

Because bubble tea is considered an ‘essential’

Fabian Loo
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Fabian Loo
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Bubble tea is so important to Singaporeans that it remains an essential service during this ‘circuit breaker’ period. In fact, a group of bubble tea lovers even came up with a site where you can crowd-source delivery orders to reduce the delivery cost of getting their bubble tea fix. What a time to be alive. Get your sugar fix with this list of bubble tea stores that remain open even under our semi-lockdown.

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  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • Tampines

One thing’s for certain: we can’t get enough of the unique pearl creations from Playmade. So much so that the bubble tea chain was slapped with a fine during the first week of the ‘circuit breaker’ for its failure to ensure that people were queueing at least one metre apart from each other. Stay socially responsible and opt for delivery instead. Grab a cup from Foodpanda or GrabFood.

Gong Cha
  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • Raffles Place

Other than the TraceTogether app, another essential mobile application you might need is this one by Gong Cha. New features allow you to pre-order and pay ahead at some of its 20 outlets island-wide. You can even select your preferred collection time. Of course, the bubble tea chain is also available on major food delivery platforms including GrabFood, Foodpanda, Deliveroo, and WhyQ.

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Teapulse
  • Restaurants
  • Raffles Place

Not all bubble tea treats should be an indulgence. Grab some gut-friendly drinks from Teapulse, which has a menu that includes probiotics hibiscus hawthorn lemonade with konnyaku pearls, probiotic honey lemonade with chia seeds jelly as well as kombucha. Browse the menu and ordering instructions on Instagram. Islandwide delivery starts from $3 for a minimum order of $20. 

  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • City Hall

The creamy concoctions of Milksha remain available throughout this period. As a bonus, all delivery orders (the bubble tea chain is available on GrabFood and Oddle for island-wide delivery) come with a complimentary online movie rental voucher, as well as a redemption voucher to welcome you back to its stores once the ‘circuit breaker’ measures are lifted. Beyond bubble tea, you can also get ice cream ($4.20) in flavours of taro, earl grey, and black sesame. 

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Tiger Sugar
  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • City Hall

This Insta-worthy drink gets its name from the strips of brown sugar that line the cup. Orders above $50 qualify for free delivery, which includes a complimentary scoop of its newly launched brown sugar milk tea ice cream treat. Stay updated with Tiger Sugar on its Facebook page.

The Alley
  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • Orchard

The Alley's range of tasty teas is available for island-wide delivery. Delivery fees are charged based on your location from its Tampines 1 outlet, starting from $10 for those living within a 2km radius. 

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Chi Cha San Chen
  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • Orchard

Chi Cha San Chen is serious about its tea, and it shows – each cup is freshly brewed upon order, which could explain why there's always a line at its stall. Skip the wait and order its drinks via Foodpanda instead. 

KOI Thé
  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • Chinatown

The popular bubble tea chain remains open, and popular drinks can also be found on delivery platforms that include GrabFood and Foodpanda.

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  • Restaurants
  • Bubble tea
  • City Hall

This new-comer to our local bubble tea scene offers island-wide delivery of its best-sellers via a voucher you can purchase on Klook. Otherwise, bulk orders of above 10 cups can qualify for island-wide delivery. 

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