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Telephone
012-223 5045
012-497 2292
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/macoto.tea/info?tab=page_info
Signature Dishes
Brown Sugar Milk Tea Oriental Beauty Tea Pudding Milk Tea Sesame Egg Roll Signature's Egg Rolls
Review (7)
Level4 2013-02-26
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Yet this is another new bubble tea outlet opened in SS15 Subang Jaya areaaround 1 year+ ago, where many other bubble tea brands have already established here. Since this is my first time visiting, I ordered milk tea just to try how good their tea taste. It did not dissapoint me as I can taste aromatic and fragrant tea aftertaste, with balanced mix of creamer to contribute extra milky flavour. The pearls were pretty good with bouncy textures. With so many bubble tea brands nowadays, I am glad to have found another alternative that serves pretty decent milk tea. continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-30
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Came to this bubble milk tea. Get attracted because it was owned by jogoya. Well, Jogoya is good for buffet but not specialized in bubble milk tea. Their milk tea makes nothing differences from the one you can drink from pasar malam. Of course not that bad, I would say slightly better. Just that their tea sweetness isn't that even. Sometimes you feel some part is sweet, sometimes you don't. Maybe is because the way they shake it not skillful enough. continue reading
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Level3 2012-07-31
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If you are a Subang-er, you will know the fact that the area in SS15 near Asia Cafe, Taylor's & Inti College is filled with shops that are selling bubble tea. Macoto Tea is one of them that is located next to the Face to Face pan mee shop.Bubble Milk Tea which costed us RM5.90. Their milk tea didn't taste so good. Their milk tasted a little diluted and their bubbles are overly soft. We didn't like this that much.This is their Chocolate Milk Tea with additional bubbles that also costed RM5.90. This one was not that good either. Their chocolate milk tasted really funny and weird. If I am not mistaken, the reason it tasted weird because instead of using chocolate milk powder they use chocolate milk syrup/liquid. For the bubble it was the same as their bubble milk tea, overly soft. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-28
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The downside of this place is definitely the jam and difficulty in finding parking in SS15. This is a cup of Taro Milk Tea with actual taro cubes inside. The flavour of the tea in the Milk Tea is quite strong and I found the normal sugar level to be just right for me. It was delightful to taste the yam instead of artificial yam flavoured drinks. Free egg rolls (too sweet) are provided with orders. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-11
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Calling all Chatime, Gong Cha and Ochado milk tea fans, there's a new taste in town to try out. Jogoya's latest sister company now offers you Macoto's Taiwanese Milk Tea. It is now available in Jogoya at StarHill Gallery and SS15 at Subang Jaya.Taro Pearl Milk Tea @ RM5.90When I finish the drinks, I realise there are still plenty of good stuff at the bottom of the cup. Besides chewing the soft black pearls, you can indulge yourself in a true yam taste instead of yam puree / yam powder which are normally used for bubble milk tea. However, the milk tea is very sweet although I order half sugar, because of the sweetness infused from the yam.Momo Oolong Tea (白桃烏龍) @ RM5.90Being one of Macoto's signature drinks, it's a decent cup of warm tea that I'd love during cold weathers. Very light in taste, it helps to keep me awake too. continue reading
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