191 Sin Ming Avenue
Marymount Community Club
Singapore 575738

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 12:30am

Saturday:
11:00am - 12:30am

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

This bubble tea shop located in Marymount Community Club specialises in their green, red and oolong tea drinks alongside bar snacks, priced affordably for residents and students in Bishan. Sip on their Classic Milk Tea ($3.40), Passionfruit Jasmine ($3.90) and Rice Oolong Latte ($4.90) or opt for their rich and creamy Matcha Latte ($5.80)! With an additional top up of $1, don't miss out on trying their Orh Nee (Yam) Pearls and Cheese Pearls to pair with your drinks.

The Rice Oolong Latte had a nice coming together of rice grains and oolong tea leaves - their earthiness softened by the addition of milk. I liked the combination of bitter and sweet. The pearls were very chewy and slightly gooey on the outside, the kind you get with homemade pearls. Some of which were slightly too big for the straw, so we had to suck with more effort 😅

The Chrysanthemum Latte was great, the fragrance of chrysanthemum in this drink was strong and took center stage. Great for chrysanthemum fans! I liked the honey jasmine jelly, it reminded me of osmanthus jelly.

We visited this tea place on a weekday evening and the seats were surprisingly quite occupied - mostly students studying. Drink took about 10minutes or so to be done. The outdoor seating area is peaceful and cooling. It’s conveniently located right beside Bishan-AMK park, so you could always get a refreshing drink after a nice stroll along nature!

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Clear Rice Oolong Tea - Hot - $3.90
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Simple pot of oolong tea to warm the body in the midst of rainy day
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Forbidden Tea
@forbiddentea_sg

If we ever need a reason to go for a walk in a Bishan Park, there's a cup of matcha latte waiting for us at the end of our walk.

Only problem is.... We gotta walk back after this!

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Forbidden Tea is the newest bubble tea joint in the hood.

I had their signature matcha latte and milk tea and personally prefer the later. It's slightly cheaper than Koi and Gongcha and to be honest, I cannot tell the difference!

The best way to enjoy this is after a long run in Bishan Park. I mean that's what we exercise for right!

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A bubble tea shop sprang from Marymount Community Club in early June, providing the new local favourite as well as some bar snacks to the visitors of the building and the students from the nearby schools.

Given such a grand name, I would definitely pay attention to their special-tea items, which included the Oolong Rice Latte and their new creation called the Imperial Autumn (S$4.90 for medium-size cup). Made with home-brew chrysanthemum tea, this tea latte was rich in natural flavours as though I was having those herbal tea from Chinese medical halls, so it really gave me a sense that I am taking time for self-care.

I would also suggest to have the add-on of their home-made golden pearls at only S$0.80, because they were boiled in brown sugar and was very chewy, adding that dimension as though I was having some gummies along with the drinks.

It seemed that the crowds were constantly streaming in despite being a Saturday evening. However, as I was having my me-time at the seating area within the shop, I witnessed how the staff were still getting their footing right, so the waiting time could be a bit long during peak periods.

I was curious with how they served their hot teas, as I saw bowls that went along with teapots. I would think it could be an interesting experience to try the next time I visit this place.

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