The milk tea in this place is very good, the flavor is good and it doesn't have a lot of sugar than in Oasis ( Oasis is good but they put many sugar inside Bubble tea) I always buy Coffee milk tea with coffee jelly, but in Oasis they sell $5.57 *I don't remember* However, in Ambrosia just sells for $3.50 *I dont remember* and the smell is very good, and I love it because it doesn't have many sugar inside the milk tea👏🏼🙌🏻 ❤️
Best Bubble Tea I've had period. I make it a point to visit this place, any time I visit Seattle.
The tapioca balls here are incredible. They're the perfect amount of chewy. You get so much for the price too. I honestly love this place.
Super good desserts
Good fresh (not from mix) ices and smoothies.
Has good boba milk tea and smoothies
Best milk tea
Boba was perfect, tea is great quality and flavor
Best Bubble tea. During the week watch out for meter maid cop wanna be birches writing tickets. Weekend is fine as long as you leave asap. Drug dealers and homeless shit all over town and there donut eating fat meter maids want to write you up! Wtf! Go catch some bad guys! Harrassment of Asian business is cops do best here.
Excellent selection of bubble tea!!
Good value milk tea (for the price). Flavors are nice, but the tapioca is lacking a bit - falls apart too easily compared to what I prefer. But a solid place to come regardless.
Good bubble tea, not much description of the drinks, though. To be fair there are a ton of options. When it gets crowded, it can feel pretty claustrophobic because of the small space.
This's the best bubble drink In town � Can't drink anywhere else except This place :)
One of the oldest bubble tea place in Seattle. They used to have a shaker machine (that's how they make authentic Taiwanese bubble milk tea.) but it's still good. I only go there for bubble tea.
Pretty good boba tea. Mostly uses syrups to provide different flavors rather than having different tea leaves.
The shaved ice is to die for.. Highly recommend a visit :)
If you want bubble tea, you gotta try Ambrosia. Their milk teas are so creamy and flavorful that every place else just seems powdery to me now. Favorites are: black milk tea, Hong Kong tea, Thai tea and Taro (hot and cold).
Possibly the best milk tea in Seattle, with tapioca or not. Hell, it's basically on par with the milk tea I grew up with in Hong Kong. Even better, it's the cheapest bubble tea place I have encountered in King County. I have yet to try all their other stuff, but so far the Hong Kong style milk tea with tapioca is truly the best around.
The blended watermelon drink is so refreshing that it doesn't even make sense.