With the extended “Circuit Breaker”, all standalone bubble tea outlets that sell only beverages are required to close their outlets.

But…

This excludes those located within hawker centres, food courts and coffeeshops.

It also seems like the BBT drinks can be delivered as long as there is some form of partnership with food establishments (ie buy a main before you can get a bubble tea). I have no further comments on this rather grey area.

Here are where you can get your favourite bubble tea in Singapore during this “Circuit Breaker” period.

Take note that some of the pricing, delivery fee and other mechanics keep changing on a day to day basis, do check with individual BBT brands for updates. Also, some BBT shops have experienced website crashing or (very) late deliveries due to overwhelming orders.

The Alley
The Alley Singapore is partnering with KFood Holdings to offer islandwide delivery together with in which customers can order across Chir Chir, Masizzim, Nipong Naepong and The Alley’s drinks all in a single order.

Delivery: Online Order Form (to be made available 1st May 2020 onwards).

Top 3 popular drinks to order from The Alley include Brown Sugar Deerioca Fresh Milk ($5.50), Original Purple Rice Yogurt ($5.80), and Crystal Pearls Peach Oolong Tea ($5.50).

Other drinks available include the trending Dalgona Coffee Brown Sugar Deerioca ($6.50), Dalgona Coffee Matcha ($5.20) and Dalgona Coffee Milk Tea ($5.20).

Delivery Details:
– Delivery is from 11am to 9pm from Monday to Sunday. Last order at 8pm.
– Delivery orders to be delivered within 2 hours after payment confirmation. Advanced Delivery for next day onwards option is available. (Please allow +/- 30 minutes).
– Minimum order of $30 is required for delivery (delivery fee varies depending on location).

Promotion:
– 10% off for Advanced Delivery orders above $60.

The Alley will also be offering their drinks on Chir Chir‘s Grabfood, Deliveroo and foodpanda platforms. (also 1st May onwards, so don’t need to kancheong)

Gong Cha @ Professor Brawn Bistro (Redhill)
Enabling Village, 20 Lengkok Bahru, Academy #01-17, Singapore 159053 (Redhill MRT 10-15 min walk)
Tel: +65 8321 2204
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 9pm (Sat), Closed Sun

Professor Brawn Café which is a social enterprise that employs people with special needs, is offering islandwide delivery.

Best-sellers include Grilled Chicken with Truffle Sauce ($13.90) served with seasoned potato wedges and tangy garden salad; and Battered Fish & Chips ($15.90) of pollock fish served with thick fries and home-made tartar sauce.

An additional bonus is that Gongcha is available, but ONLY at Enabling Village (Redhill) outlet. That is because Professor Brawn Bistro at Enabling Village also has an existing special partnership with Gong Cha.

Drinks offered include Pearl Milk Tea, Black Milk Tea, Brown Sugar Milk Tea, Green Milk Tea, Milk Tea with Herbal Jelly, Oolong Milk Tea, Caramel Milk Tea, Earl Grey Milk Tea, Earl Grey Milk Tea with 3J, Plum Green Tea, Mango Green Tea, Milk Foam Brown Sugar Oolong, Milk Foam Winter Melon and more.

Do order your bubble tea drinks along with food, with a maximum of 5 Gong Cha for every Main ordered.

Islandwide Delivery Rates:
Order $30 – $50 (min order $30)
Less than 15km: $8
More than 15km: $15

Order > $50
Less than 15km: FREE Delivery
More than 15km: $15

Redhill Enabling Village outlet: Order via https://professorbrawnbistro.oddle.me/en_SG. Grabfood is also available for residents within 3km distance.

Updated: Gong Cha is also currently working with Wolf Burger, with delivery collaborations with Chatterbox and Chen’s Mapo (OUE Restaurants) from 1st May as well.

Tiger Sugar – Suntec
Pasar Bella, 01-455-461 North Wing, Suntec City, 3 Temasek Blvd, Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: 11:303pm – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Tiger Sugar is famous for its brown sugar bubble milk drinks, and the name “Tiger Sugar” came about from the ‘tiger stripes’ formed when the dark brown sugar syrup interacts with the thick milk in the cup.

Tiger Sugar Singapore has also found a way ‘out’, and they continue to be selling at PasarBella Singapore @ Suntec City from 11.30am to 9.30pm daily.

One of the reasons is because bubble tea are still allowed to be sold if stalls are located within hawker centres or food courts.

Both delivery or takeaway are available.

Deliveries will be available via:
– Grabfood (within delivery radius) or
– Tiger Sugar’s own islandwide delivery excluding Jurong Island, Sentosa and Tuas.
– Order form: https://forms.gle/U5WDipWZnkBVcDPj7 (delivery fees will be charged according to location, no min. order)
– Order form would have to be completed between 10am – 3.30pm for next day delivery.
– Details will be sent to you for payment and order confirmation via WhatsApp

LiHo @ Paik’s Bibim
Tiong Bahru Plaza #02-111, 302 Tiong Bahru Road, Singapore 168732
Tel: +65 6255 0870
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Due to the recent extension of Circuit Breaker which prevents bubble tea from being sold at stand-alone stores, Paik’s Bibim at Tiong Bahru Place, Vivocity, Bedok Mall, and NTU will be offering LiHO drinks. (They belong to the same parent distributor in Singapore.)

LiHo drinks available include Classic Milk Tea ($3), Salted Caramel Milk Tea ($3.60), Brown Sugar Milk Tea ($3.60), Honey Milk Tea ($3.60), Earl Grey Milk Tea ($3), Honey Green Tea ($3.10) and Jasmine Green Tea ($2.20).

They are available for delivery on GrabFood.

Technically, you can also order LiHO drinks with Gong Yuan Ma La Tang, Woo Ricebox at Orchard Xchange, and Tino’s Pizza from Tiong Bahru Plaza as well.

There is also a new “Boss Happy Hoe Delivery” launched, though there are quite a number of users who feedback about very late food deliveries (like hours after appointed timings).

R&B Tea – Thomson Plaza (Koufu Foodcourt)
301 Upper Thomson Road, #01-106, Singapore 574408
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

All R&B Tea outlets are closed during the extended “Circuit Breaker” except for Thomson Plaza for takeaway and delivery via foodpanda (until further notice).

One of the popular drinks to get is the Brown Sugar Boba Milk ($4.80, $5.50).
Well, better late than never.

This drink is also named “青蛙撞奶” literally meaning “frogs knocking on milk”, as the boba pearls supposedly look like frog eggs.

Comparatively, this drink uses that same unique brown sugar recipe for the pearls, but is less rich and sweet as it comes without the extra layer of cream cheese.

CHICHA San Chen (吃茶三千)
Taiwanese brand CHICHA San Chen (吃茶三千) offers high-quality tea naturally grown from tea farms, combining traditional tea with handcrafted bubble tea drinks.

They have collaborated with their Duck Rice neighbours (appears to be Yu Kee) at Connexis to offer islandwide delivery via GrabFood. For orders less than $20, a small order fee applies.

The main you have to order is the Braised Duck Set ($8.00) with braised duck meat, egg, beancurd, beansprouts and peanuts.

The drinks available include Bubble Milk Tea ($6.00), Fruit Tea ($6.50), Fresh Milk with Brown Sugar Bubble ($6.50). Tea with Cream ($5.70), Tea with Mousse ($6.20), and Tea with Mango ($5.70).

Xing Fu Tang
Xing Fu Tang is collaborating with The Fish Hut for islandwide delivery.

You can order XFT’s Brown Sugar Boba Milk Tea and/or Brown Sugar Boba Oolong Milk Tea through the website https://www.tfh.xingfutangsg.com/

Do note that XFT drinks have to be purchased together with a food item from The Fish Hut. Their food items include Fried Beehoon, Chicken Nuggets, Fish Bites and Vegetable Dumplings (well… nothing too exciting).

Each set is from $10 to $15.50.

Delivery cost varies from $4 – $10 depending on the distance. Orders will be dispatched from the outlet at Novena (Square 2). The actual delivery charge will be shown after customers enter their delivery address.

The cut off time for ordering is at 12pm, while delivery will be made on the same day between 7pm. Payment via Grabpay only.

Bober Tea
Bober Tea is providing islandwide delivery via https://bobertea.oddle.me/en_SG

Drinks available include Ruby Grapefruit Green Tea ($5.70), Hokkaido Chizu Green Tea ($5.10), Hokkaido Chizu Oolong Tea ($5.10), Roasted Oolong Milk Tea ($5.00), and Brown Sugar Boba Fresh Milk ($6.20).

Note that delivery timing is 11am to 10pm at a flat rate of $10, and there is a minimum order of $15.

However, there appears to be some feedback on the late delivery experienced by users, so give them some time to organise their process first.

Truedan Singapore 珍煮丹
Truedan has collaborated with Eggstop for delivery, and the brands are available on GrabFood to be delivered from the Paya Lebar Square and Citylink Mall outlets.

Customers have to get one of the Egg Stop sandwiches such as Smoked Chicken ($5.60), Beef Chilli Cheese ($5.90) and Turkey Bacon & Cheese ($4.90), to be paired with Brown Sugar Fresh Milk ($5.60 for L, or $5.30 for M, $6.90 for L with pearls).

They also provide their own delivery service, in which a fee of $8 is applicable for orders below $60. Whatsapp +65 9822 3649 to order.

The Whale Tea – Lot One
Lot One Shoppers’ Mall, 21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, #B1-25 Singapore 689812
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
https://www.facebook.com/thewhaleteasingapore

While you cannot buy Whale Tea drinks, you can make your own with the Whale Tea DIY Bubble Tea Kit.

A package will provide you with ingredients and instructions you need for a quick bubble tea fix during this period

The Whale Tea’s Die-hard Pack @ $78 (U.P. $101)
To make: 12 Brown Sugar Boba Milk, 3 Brown Sugar Shizuoka Matcha, 5 Brown Sugar Cocoa Milk

The Whale Tea’s Starter Pack @ $45 (U.P. $56)
To make: 6 Brown Sugar Boba Milk, 2 Brown Sugar Shizuoka Matcha, 2 Brown Sugar Cocoa Milk

The Whale Tea’s Milk Tea Survivor Kit – SET A @ $68 (U.P. $80)
To make: 10 Earl Grey Milk Tea with pearl, 10 Roasted Oolong Milk Tea with pearl

The Whale Tea’s Milk Tea Survivor Kit – SET B @ $78 (U.P.$90)
To make: 10 Earl Grey Milk Tea with Brown Sugar Crystal Ball, 10 Roasted Oolong Milk Tea with Brown Sugar Crystal Ball

Order here: https://order.thewhaletea.com.sg
WhatsApp +65 8799 8336 for enquiry

Milksha
Milksha’s signature bubble tea offerings are now available for islandwide delivery, including Fresh Taro Milk, Brown Sugar Milk with Honey Pearls, Earl Grey Latte, and Refreshing Orange Green Tea.

They have partnered with Yum Cha Express, the delivery arm of Yum Cha Restaurants. So customers can order from a variety of dim sums and other Chinese dishes, including frozen and chilled dim sums such as Salted Egg Custard Bao and Fish Roe Siew Mai.

For delivery details and menu, you can head to https://yumchaexpress.oddle.me/en_SG/. The islandwide delivery is priced at $5, with a minimum order of $50.

Also available are Milksha Ice Cream on a different platform. Specially imported from Taiwan, Milksha’s most popular Taro Milk is now available in the form of Fresh Taro Milk ice cream ($4.20 per cup).

The taro, specially imported from Dajia, Taiwan, is mashed by hand and then added into the ice cream.

Also available are the Earl Grey Latte Ice Cream and Black Sesame Milk Ice Cream which boasts a rich, nutty note that is reminiscent of the traditional black sesame paste dessert.

Ice cream deliveries based on different regions in Singapore.
– Place your orders via Google Form this Google Form
– Pre-orders will open at 12pm and close at 3pm or once all slots have been taken up
– Ice Cream Bundle (Assorted flavours of 6 – consists of 2 Taro, 2 Earl Grey, 2 Black
Sesame) is priced at $26.40
– After your order is placed, a confirmation email will be sent to with the instructions on how to make payment
– Delivery will be the next day, between 1-3pm.

• 1 Bundle (min. order), $5 delivery fee
• 2 Bundles, $3 delivery fee
• 3 Bundles or more, FREE delivery

KOI
As for fans of KOI, they are working with Grain which is an online restaurant that offers meals on demand such as Grilled Farm Fresh Chicken or Caramelised Beef Char Siew.

Apparently, Grain has built a bubble tea machine in their kitchen the last week.

KOI will be available on the Grain website www.grain.com.sg/eat and app every day from 11am – 9pm — in the East (from Apr 28), and the West (from May 5).

You can also order KOI on the Grain restaurant on GrabFood (islandwide) from Apr 28 onwards, supposedly. (Because many users have feedback they couldn’t even find it on the GrabFood menu.)

Even if you do get through to the online menu, do note that the Bubble Tea drinks have been “sold out” for the next few days.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. It is wonderful that such establishments allow us to receive our favorite drinks even during this difficult period. The work of the delivery service is a big advantage

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