I went with a friend to this restaurant, and afterwards we were walking along and dropped into a Vietnamese place for a drink. She had bubble tea - I had always thought that bubble tea was just made with one of those silk looking outers in the strange shape that cost a lot.
Not so - it had delicious black tapioca on the bottom as can be seen on the photo.
It was quite yummy but I had never seen it on a menu before.
TEA it is not, wish "they" wouldn't call it tea, tea is made from Camellia sinensis plant. Yes tried it and not my cup of tea LOL, I like tea and my "bubbles" separate please, tapioca and sago are desserts!
Having never even heard of Bubble Tea, I decided to Google this item, and learned a great deal! I would happily try most of the fruity varieties, but I think that would be the limit for me. I do not drink milk, and though I know that milk substitutes are often used, and readily available, I am just not very tempted by these drinks. I guess that not being a huge fan of tapioca, could be the reason for this.