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10 Mar, 2012

Ochado (茶の道)

Posted by: Wen Ching In: Dessert

We are huge fans of bubble tea. Even when we were in the UK, we were constantly searching for good bubble teas in London or any Chinese restaurants. When we came back, we were delighted to find many bubble tea places mushrooming in KL – Chatime, Gongcha, Yippee Cup, to name a few.

Ochado
We first found out about this place from our blogger friends. Ochado was highly rated among them. Located in Tokyo Street in Pavilion, we found this place easily. The bubble tea place was located next to Oyaki, a place which we love to stop by for a snack.

Ochado
Ochado was constantly busy, fortunately service was quite fast. There were a couple of counter seats available for patrons while waiting for the tea to be served.

Roasted Milk Tea, Ochado
Similar to other bubble tea chains, Ochado has a large variety of drinks to offer. Our all-time favourite is their Roasted Milk Tea (茶の道烤奶茶). Priced at RM4.90 for a regular size, we topped it up with pearls for an extra RM1.00. The tea quality was excellent, it was freshly brewed and rich in flavour. The pearls on the other hand was nice and chewy, smaller in size compared to the other bubble tea chains but still of superb quality.

Okinawa Milk Tea, Ochado
We also tried their Okinawa Milk Tea (沖縄黑糖奶茶) for RM5.90 with added pearls. It was very good as well but we somehow prefer their Roasted Milk Tea as the tea aroma was stronger and richer.

On our previous visits, we also tried their Okinawa Matcha Milk Tea with Azuki Beans (沖縄抹茶奶) which we thought was very good. Another intriguing drink that we wanted to try is their Pop Eggs Milk Tea, Ochado only serve 50 cups each day and they ran out of the Pop Eggs when we were there. Oh well, more reasons to visit next time! Do check out their Facebook page for more information.

Café Information
6.33.00 & 6.34.00, Level 6
Pavilion
Jln Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur

5 Responses to "Ochado (茶の道)"

1 | ai wei

March 10th, 2012 at 8:46 pm

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okinawa matcha!!!
i find roasted tea okok only =.=

2 | The Yum List

March 11th, 2012 at 4:37 pm

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Still too exotic for my taste buds. A chunky a drink… I have a way to go before a get used to that.

3 | eatonlylar

March 12th, 2012 at 11:25 pm

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ai wei: Roast milk tea!!! =D

The Yum List: haha, if you ever do give pearl milk tea a try, we’d recommend Ochado over the rest! Maybe one day? =P

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 | Eat Only Lar!

May 27th, 2012 at 11:17 pm

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