If you have been to the first day of Gong Cha’s opening at SingPost Centre on 1 December 2017, you will have witnessed the insane queue that snaked all the way to the MRT station. Now don’t worry, there will be more outlets opening soon in the coming weeks! One will be at Takashimaya Food Hall B2 opening on 7 December 2017 and Northpoint City on 11 December 2017.
For the opening of Takashimaya outlet, there will be a DAILY PROMOTION from 7-10 Dec!
First 99 customers:
Get a free Gong Cha limited edition tumbler (UP:$12.90) with any 2 drinks
Get a free Gong Cha limited edition mug (UP:$9.90) with any 2 drinks
Free upsize with any 2 drinks
*2 drinks per person only.
(Quoted from Gong Cha Singapore Facebook)
If you think you won’t be able to beat the queue at Takashimaya, then check out their first outlet which is located near the Paya Lebar MRT Station, at the front of the new SingPost Centre.
This time, the shop has a dine-in area where you can chill and drink like in a cafe. Theres even muffins available.
All drinks previously will be available now, with an addition of a number of new drinks. (new drinks marked with a diamond shaped)
The new drinks include the purple sweet potato milk tea ($4.5o/$5.80) which has a thick milkshake-like texture similar to the taro milk tea, matcha with red bean($4.30/$5.50), milk tea with red bean and pudding jelly ($4.30/$5.50), QQ passion fruit green tea ($4.10/$5.20), strawberry popcorn fresh milk tea ($4.90/$5.90) and brown sugar fresh milk oolong tea($4.30/$5.50).
This is the brown sugar fresh milk oolong tea, which tastes and looks like the original milk tea. Instead, it is like a healthier choice with the use brown sugar and oolong tea.
Stay tuned for more drinks review!
Daily 10.30AM – 10.00PM
Contact Number: +65-6931-8888
Facebook Website: https://www.facebook.com/gongchasg/
SingPost Centre, 10 Eunos Road,
#01-141A/141B, Singapore 408600
Directions: Alight at Paya Lebar MRT Station and exit at Exit A towards Paya Lebar Square. Turn right and walk towards SingPost Centre. At the front entrance is Gong Cha.