L&C Bubble Tea House

Written by on November 9, 2010 in I Eat Canada, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(No website found at time of publishing) – Granville Street & 41st, Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada
How I heard of this place: My friend Bayan insisted that we end our full day of eating with bubble tea. Besides Dragon Ball, this is one of the best, most consistently good bubble teas around – and they have grass jelly to boot!
Type of cuisine: Bubble tea, milks, and slushes, hot and cold.
Ambiance: A small, hole in the wall establishment, where the sticker signs on the door used to say L&G, but were cut strategically to read L&C, instead. Three laminate wood tables with black metal chairs lined with copper and gold seat cushions were available for seating. Menu options are written in red marker across the wall in cursive English and in Chinese. Tall counters separate the customer from the server, who was seated at the table closest to the television set watching poker before heading back to assist the patrons (us).
What I ordered: On this trip, we had three orders: my usual taro-coconut milk tea ($3.75), a mango slush ($3.75) and a strawberry milk tea ($3.75) with grass jelly ($0.50).
What I loved: I love the fruit-flavored, creamy delicious, cold taste of each of the two milk teas I sampled.
Why I loved it: I love that a young boy (maybe five or six years old) came in, immediately changed the television to the Tree House station and sat back down, while his mother went behind the counter and two other men complained that he had switched the channel.
Cost: Average ($3-$4 per beverage)

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