Tea House Sugar Land
Got the strawberry coconut smoothie with mango jelly. The drink itself was really good and thirst quenching, especially on a hot summer day!! Price-wise was slightly more expensive than Chinatown's. Quantity of toppings was decent. The tapioca balls were very chewy, but bland. They are missing honey/sugar.
They charge an extra $0.50 for toppings (tapioca boba balls, jelly, etc.) The drinks range from $3.25 (drink & slushies) to $3.99 (fresh fruit and smoothies). THEY TAKE CREDIT CARDS. NO MINIMUMS!!
The chairs are comfortable and it is pretty quiet - perfect for a study spot. The lighting is also bright and there is free WiFi. Great music selections!!! (They even had N'sync, JoJo, and all the old school music reminiscent of middle school days...)
One star off because the servers didn't seem very friendly and did not smile. I felt like I was taking up their time. No exchange of pleasantries such as, "how are you doing?" That I feel are usually common in Sugar Land stores, much less so in Chinatown.
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