The Circuit Breaker in Singapore has been extended till 1st June, and along with it stores that sell primarily beverages such as Bubble Tea will be temporary closed for the period.

If you still have Bubble Tea cravings, here are 5 Taiwanese cafes and kiosks in Singapore that offer them for delivery.

In line with the new measures, the drinks will not be sold on its own, and has to be ordered with food. To encourage people to stay at home as well, I only gathered shops that offer delivery (some has islandwide).

Eat 3 Bowls 呷三碗 福利社
Blk 462 Crawford Lane #01-161 Singapore 190462
Tel: +65 9154 8191
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 8pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

[Circuit Breaker Special] Taiwanese Cafe Eat 3 Bowls 呷三碗 is offering islandwide delivery, more details via link here:

Get $8 off delivery fee with min. spend of $50. Delivery fee differs depending on the area, but it is about $15.

Menu items include Braised Pork Rice Set ($8.80), Braised Pork Rice ($5), Chicken Rice Set ($8.80), Chicken RIce ($5), Oyster Intestines Mee Sua, along with sides of Herbal Pork Ribs Soup ($6.50), Braised Intestines ($7), Taiwanese Sausage ($4.30), Tofu with Century Egg ($4.20), Braised Chicken Cabbage ($4.20), Boiled Vegetables ($4.20), and Braised Egg ($1.50).

In case you are wondering, yes, they also offer Bubble Tea Latte ($4.30) and Fresh Milk with Brown Sugar Pearls ($4.30).

For pickup at store (462 Crawford Lane, #01-61, Singapore 190462), Whatsapp +65 9154 8191 at least 4 hours in advance.

I Love Taimei 我愛台妹
52 Queen Street ABFL-21, Singapore 188539
Tel: +65 6336 1887
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

I Love Taimei 我愛台妹 started off at Bugis Village, brought together by two Taiwanese sisters who are passionate foodies.

Their approach is to put a contemporary twist to traditional Taiwanese street snacks, and you would find items such as Taimei Hot Chick, Popcorn Chicken, BBQ Chicken, Crispy Squid, Braised Chicken Rice with Popcorn Chicken, Taiwan Tempura, and Enoki Mushroom.

In terms of drinks, their signature milk Tea include Sunny Island included with mango, fresh milk, butterfly pea flower tea and popz, and Super Caramel Milk with grass jelly and pearls.

[Circuit Breaker Note] In line with Circuit Breaker measures, I Love Taipei will not sell any walk-in bubbletea only orders, ie all bubble tea is to be purchased with food.

Every customer is limited to 2 combos or 2 food items + 2 drinks.

Deliveries available via GrabFood and foodpanda.

8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro
37 Teck Chye Terrace, Singapore 545734
Opening Hours: 11am – 2:30pm, 5pm – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

8 Degrees Taiwanese Bistro located near Serangoon, is named after a Jay Chou song and known for its authentic tasting Taiwanese dishes.

What you can expect include 8 Degrees Pork Belly Rice ($5.80), Oyster Mee Sua ($5.80), Mee Sua ($3.80), Braised Beef Noodles soup ($10.80 – mildly spicy), Salted Chicken ($7.80), Scallion Pancakes ($4.80), Fried Chicken Cutlet ($7.80) and Eggroll with Porkfloss ($4.80),

Drinks offered include 8 Degrees Bubble Milk Tea ($4.80), Hot Bubble Milk Tea ($), Rose Milk Tea ($5.80), Ginger Milk Tea ($4.80), Bubble Green Tea ($4.00) and Honey Green Tea ($4.80).

[Circuit Breaker Special] Delivery services is provided for customers staying within 8KM radius of the restaurant.

Delivery fee ranges from $3 to $6, and differs depending on area and minimum order. Orders can be viewed and place via this link

10% OFF first delivery order.

Monga Fried Chicken Singapore
SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408600
+65 8896 5136
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

The Taiwanese fried chicken chain which is co-owned by Taiwanese TV host Nono, got its name from the Wanhua district of Taiwan – which is traditionally known as “Monga”.

The chicken cutlets are said to be prepared the way they do over Taiwan, sliced into a thick piece with a minimum of 2cm.

The shop also uses honey instead of granulated sugar to marinate the chicken meat, which is supposed to help tenderise the meat and elevate the taste.

Get their all-time favourite chicken cutlets in three flavours, The King (original), Hot Chick (spicy), and Taiker (seaweed), each priced at $6.90 delivered right to your doorstep.

[Circuit Breaker Special] Monga’s Taiwanese Brown Sugar Bubble Milk Teas in Original & Matcha flavours are still available for islandwide delivery. For FREE islandwide delivery, a minimum purchase of $30 is required.

WhatsApp Call or Message +65 8896 5136 one day in advance to secure your slots.

Do note that the BBT cannot be purchased as a standalone and have to be purchased with food.


YEAH Taiwanese Street Food
Timbre+ 73A Ayer Rajah Crescent #01-04/05 Singapore 139957
+65 9632 0590
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

YEAH Taiwanese Street Food serves up comforting Taiwanese street food such as Three Cups Chicken Rice Bowl ($5.80), Triple Up Rice Bowl ($9.80), and Fried Chicken Steak Rice Bowl ($6.30).

There are some sides of Flaming Beef Cubes, “Insane XXXL” Chicken Steak, Truffle Fries with Parmesan, Popcorn Chicken bites and Sweet Potato Fries.

Under their Drinks Indulgence series, BBT fans will be glad to know their offer Signature Boba Milk Tea ($4.30), Okinawa Brown Sugar Milk ($5.40), along with Honey Lemon Aiyu ($3.80) and Plum Limeade ($3.80).

[Circuit Breaker Special] Islandwide Delivery available, via Whatsapp +65 9632 0590 or GrabFood.

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