Sunday, June 13, 2010

Ten Ren Tea


Ten Ren is slightly more expensive than the regular bubble tea place, but that's because it's not really a bubble tea joint. They use real tea for things, and the food is decent enough. 

I usually go for the combo specials that come with a salad, a main, tea, and a mini dessert. It's about $15 plus taxes, I think.

I've decided that these noodles with beef taste greasy. The meat is usually on the fatter side.

I like their milk teas.

Their desserts are one bite.

I kept ordering the same thing for a while.

Wonton noodles
The wontons are average, nothing really spectacular.

It's a decent enough place to go to, as long as I don't order the mucous oyster omelette.

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