Review of Gong Cha 贡茶

Block 311, New Upper Changi Road, Bedok Mall, #B2-K16

Nearest Mass Rapid Transit Station: Bedok MRT

Buses to Bedok Mall: 7, 9, 14, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 30, 30e, 32, 33, 35, 38, 40, 60, 66, 69, 87, 168, 196, 197, 222, 225 (Green), 225 (White), 228, 229, 401

Opening Hours: 10:00 to 22:00 (Daily)

Queue: 1 to 3 people (Waiting Time: Less than 5 minutes)

Service: Fast and good

Environment: Clean mall stall with air con

Reputation: Traditional Asian Beverages, Herbal Drinks and Tea

Thoughts after eating: Revitalizing but too expensive

Value for money: 78/100

Will I come back again in 6 months’ time? No, there are better alternatives

My opinion:

Gong Cha means “tribute tea to the emperor” in Chinese. This mall stall sells traditional Asian beverages, herbal drinks and tea. I have tasted their summer fruit tea for $3.90 (with no add on items). For the same price, I could get a cup of soya drink and a packet of mixed vegetable rice at Bedok Interchange Food Centre.

The drink was packed in a medium sized cup and had no ice cubes in it (not “watered down”). Tea taste was extremely addictive and strong but not to the extent of overwhelming the fruit taste. I also noticed a lot of peach bits and black sago (sago with basil seeds) at the bottom of my cup. Honestly, I really craved for another cup after finishing one.

In a nutshell, this cup of tea was really good and would have converted me from bystander to fan if it was not so expensive. If you are a tea lover who do not mind paying more for good stuff, Gong Cha is recommended by my website.

Ways for the owners to improve their food ratings:

They are advised to reduce the prices of their products or carry out more promotional sales.

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Gong Cha ($3.90 SGD Summer Fruit Tea)

Gong Cha ($3.90 SGD Summer Fruit Tea)

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