Let's do a photo blog shall we?
I decided to try Chatime with hubby one Saturday when we went to the grocery to buy spaghetti ingredients.
|The buzzer thingamajigg that vibrates when your order is ready.|
|The harassed staff. So many the people ordering.|
Mabenta, in fairness.
|My shadow. I am wearing an Indian dress|
given by my good friend from Mumbai.
|Mine: Pearl Milk tea (70% less ice, 100% sugar): Yummy|
His: Taro milk tea (70% less ice, 100% sugar): Mas yummy
|I can imagine sorority kikay girls having their meeting here.|
One lazy day in the office I suddenly shouted, out of the blue: Who wants Serenitea?! What followed was far from the the word "serenity". I was soo stressed because I was the one who
We placed our orders via City Delivery. We are in Taguig. The orders came from Robinsons Place, Ermita. Imagine the travel. Imagine the traffic. I did not get mad at kuya delivery. I pity him because so layo pa pala. All the while I thought the orders were coming from the Fort Bonifacio branch. (facepalm moment!)
|See we waited na for kuya at the reception area because |
daddy Alf and Joyce (still smiling) needed to go home na.
|Cindy: Senitea first timer. |
According to her: "Acquired taste daw."
|She's my partner in crime at the office.|
Jen, showing off her drinks.
|My order: Wintermelon (100% sugar, 25% less ice)|
Serenitea, you gave me so much stress
but it was worth it. Come to mama.
The verdict: I choose Serenitea over Chatime. But that's just me. I have a sweet tooth kasi. And with Serenitea I can really taste the brewed tea. There's a punch. I am set to try Happy Lemon next. Maki-uso lang. Go ahead, try na rin! =)
Part 3 tomorrow! Unknow Korean Resto, Dampa, Charlies and Sweet Pea