Milk tea. The increasingly popular drink that everyone is very familiar with. I’m quite familiar with Cha Cha in Springvale as they catered for a friend’s wedding (yes! You can defs get milk tea at your wedding you milk tea lovers!). So when the cravings hit, Ms Chanel suggested Cha Cha and we couldn’t resist. I got the messy black sugar pearl and it definitely hit the spot. Not overly sweet with the right amount of sugar with those soft chewy pearls. Loving the service, loving the drink and basically loving everything.
Another day another milk tea place popping up in Melbourne. Milksha, a brand from Taiwan opened its first Australian doors in Melbourne and of course when there’s something new in town, there is always people queuing up to check it out. It’s quite small but don’t let the size of the venue deceive you. Cute murals painted on the inside and an extensive drinks menu by the counter, you’re in for a treat. I got the Japanese Matcha Milk with Red Bean and matcha fans, this is very matcha-y. Mr D got the Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk with Pudding and holy smokes it was AMAZEBALLS!
Valrhona 100% Cocoa Milk – $7.60 Matcha Milk with Red Bean – $7.60
Milksha knows what they’re doing and they serve pretty good milk tea. I understand all the queuing and I’ll definitely be back.
Milk teas, who doesn’t love them? So off we went to check out Teaser Feng Cha on Russell Street in the city and holy moly it was super duper busy! They have the menu at behind the counter or on the counter near the register so take a looksie, pick your teas and quench your thirst.
It was our last day in Kuala Lumpur (sad face) and Miss Traveler’s uncle decided to take us for some roti which he deemed was the best around. So he picked us up from the hotel and drove all the way to Lotus.
Went to D House Cafe for a Sunday lunch date on Swanston street and it was surprisingly pleasant. We were escorted to the upper level and seated right next to the window where we had good view of the busy passerby and enjoyed people watching.