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The 10 Best Bubble Tea Places in Seattle

Updated: November 30, 2020

Looking for thebest Bubble tea in Seattle? We created the ultimate list of the finest Bubble tea spots in Seattle by scouring the finest restaurant and review sites, expert rankings, food blogs and review articles. Explore everything you need to know about the best Bubble tea spots in Seattle below.

Ding Tea

Seattle, University District
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.0

Atulea

Seattle, Capitol Hill
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.5

19 GOLD

Taiwanese · $5 avg. main dish
Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.5

Pearls Tea & Cafe

$8 avg. main dish
Seattle, North Delridge
Google: 4.1
Yelp: 4.0

Oh's Sandwiches

$5 avg. main dish
Seattle, Admiral
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 4.5

Oh Bear Cafe & Teahouse

Seattle, University District
Google: 4.4
Yelp: 5.0

Blackball Taiwanese Desserts

Seattle, International District
Google: 4.1
Yelp: 3.0

Mr Saigon Banh Mi

Vietnamese · $7 avg. main dish
Seattle, Minor
Google: 4.3
Yelp: 4.0

Lucky's Pho

Asian · Vietnamese · $7 avg. main dish
Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.0

Jewel Box Cafe

Seattle, Maple Leaf
Google: 4.2
Yelp: 3.5

How does it work?

We know how tough it is to find the best restaurant in Seattle. We analyzed 1116 lists and articles from top sources like Foursquare, Seattle Refined and Foursquare, 4854 Seattle restaurants’ ratings across Google and Yelp, and 1095134 reviews – all with some Feastfox magic to make sense of the madness. The restaurants you see have been featured in Foursquare - The 15 Best Places for Bubble Tea in Seattle, Seattle Refined - Where to get the best boba tea in Seattle and Foursquare - The 15 Best Places for Bubble Tea in Seattle. We automatically update restaurants’ availability and services, so you can find a great meal no matter what. Since Feastfox gets no payment for showing these restaurants, you can trust the restaurants in this list. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.

Fun facts

  • bubble tea history

    Lin Hsui Hui is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous bubble tea.

  • A day for bubble tea-lovers

    Can’t get enough bubble tea? Neither can United States. The country celebrates National Bubble Tea Day every year on April 30

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