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Posted by Anonymous on 03/09/2014
The entrees, snacks, and drinks are to die for. However, since the last time I have been here the prices has gone up. Like, by golly! The drinks are still the best but sometimes I feel liek we are paying excessively too much. Also very crowded on weekends. Best to split entrees among friends.
Posted by anonymous on 05/11/2013
Prices have gone up, however I enjoyed the salmon over sticky rice ($9.) and the beef over sticky rice ($6.) entrees. Not too many restaurants in the Chinatown area serve cooked hot salmon. The slices of beef were surprisingly tender. The ground meat sauce on top of the rice was slightly salty. The stools are still there; can't hang your coat or rest your back.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/19/2009
Whenever I meet up with friends in c-town for lunch or dinner, we ALWAYS stop by Teariffic for a non-alcoholic drink afterwards. The crowd is your typical chinatown-local in their early 20s. The furnitures are quite small, and do not have any place to hang your jackets on, so in the wintertime, it can get kind of annoying, but at the same time cozy. The drinks cost approximately $3.75 or so, depending on what you order, and what size. The people who go in is usually looking for a place to sit and chat with their friends. It's comparable to starbucks minus the internet, laptop, reading and studying. I've pretty much tried everything on their drinks menu, and only about two or three drinks has seriously disappointed me. I love this place for their drinks. I'm not so sure about their food menu though; seriously, you're in chinatown, you can find much more decent food for a better price.
Posted by Ernest M. Skinner on 03/13/2009
I will admit that the snacks are tasty. Unfortunately, there is so much wrong with this place that you have to make sure you are willing to endure it. If you are over the age of thirty, be prepared for brutally uncomfortable seating, and a noise level matched by few eateries. It is deliberately designed with hard, reflective surfaces, because studies have shown that profits go up in very noisy places due to high turnover. Maybe the best thing to do is get your stuff to go, so you aren't crippled by the seating or get ear damage.
Posted by poohbear007 on 06/04/2008
I love their bubble tea, they have all different kind of favor.
Posted by Amy on 06/04/2008
Is a place that you can hang out with friends and family, while you can eat and have a drink all at once. The people are friendly and down to earth, pretty cool place to be.
Posted by Tea Lover on 06/03/2008
They have so many choices of drinks from green tea to black tea to non-tea drinks... Their taro bubble tea is the best in town. They serve rice and noodles and many kind of appetizers. I go there for lunch all the times. I just finished my lunch there and enjoying my iced green tea with honey now...