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This bar and Hing Hay Park can be both really attractive for tourists. You may be offered such food as nicely cooked taro, gat and bun cha, come here and try them. Guests can eat good mango ice cream, pudding and yogurt at Seattle Best Tea. Don't miss the opportunity to drink delicious wine. You will be offered great pearl milk tea, jasmine milk tea or oolong.

This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Affordable prices at this spot are good news for its visitors. You will certainly like the pleasant atmosphere and beautiful decor. The Facebook users gave a 4.9 star rating for this bar, so it may totally satisfy your needs in terms of food and service.

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user_Han H.
Pink Lady (Rose, lychee, and lemon) for $5.25: it's really a rose-based tea with lychee bits and lemon slices. Perfect refresher, not too sweet, and I added crystal boba for the perfect chew. Would recommend.
user_Jenny T.
I've heard that Seattle was kind of lacking in the boba drink department so when we saw the name, we wanted to see how good it really is.  We got a bit daring and tried a tea name we've never heard before: the Ti Kuan Yin Tea ($5.25), and then we added some boba on top of that.  It's very rare nowadays to get free toppings in your drinks, so this one was very much appreciated.   Turns out that the tea we got is a type of oolong tea. I really like that there's a very expansive menu of different types of Chinese teas that you don't normally get at boba shops.  It's definitely the kind of tea that you would drink on its own though, without any toppings.  The boba was still really good though.  It's a honey boba with a chewy consistency.  It would pair really well with the normal kinds of teas that you would get with boba, not the unsweet teas that we ordered.  So, separately the boba and the tea we got was really good, but not a combination I would recommend.  I'm really glad we got to try both out though! The guy at the counter was very friendly and enthusiastic.  Our ordering process was quick and easy, and we got our drink in just a few minutes.  They have a speaker system so from the outside you're able to hear them call our your number when your order is ready.  Glad I tried this out spontaneously! If I lived in Seattle I would be a return customer here often.
user_Caitlin C.
They have a large selection and the pricing was good. I got the Brown Sugar Milk Tea and it was delicious. The Lychee Tea is also very good and perfect for a warm day. The staff is super friendly and this is definitely one of my favorites in the area.
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$$$$ Price range per person up to $10
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506 S King St, 98104-2834
Seattle, Washington, USA
506 S King St, Seattle, Washington, USA, 98104-2834
Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Wi-Fi Delivery Takeaway Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:30AM-6PM
MondayMon 10:30AM-6PM
TuesdayTue 10:30AM-6PM
WednesdayWed 10:30AM-6PM
ThursdayThu 10:30AM-6PM
FridayFri 10:30AM-6PM
SaturdaySat 10:30AM-6PM

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