Moonleaf Tea Shop in Maginhawa St.,Quezon City
Budget : Php45-75 per milk tea
Duration : a couple of hours to hang out
Bummers : sometimes, there’s no available area to sit because the tea house is always filled with customers
Nomnom Rating : 5/5
This has been a month overdue review and although a long time has passed since I went here, I can still remember that sweet taste of Moonleaf’s Winter Melon Milk Tea. No, I don’t but I can remember how good it really tasted. I would certainly go back there one of these days and have another Winter Melon Milk Tea fix from them. And probably write a more detailed review next time.
Moonleaf Tea Shop is one of the rapidly becoming popular tea house in the metro. This tea shop is always filled with customers mostly students from the nearby UP Diliman campus. When we went there, we had no place to sit on because it’s filled with lots of customers who want to get satisfied with Moonleaf’s tea offerings. I understand that. Having tried other milk teas, I can say that their milk tea is really delicious so I cannot blame people from coming back. Fortunately, there was this customer who was nice enough to share a table with us when we were there.
Another thing is, this tea shop is one cool place to hang out. The tea shop is embellished with stuff that can make you feel like you are inside the campus. It has a large board where people can post ads, org happenings, blog links (should’ve posted mine..), and what-nots. A pigeon hole stuffed with origami (or maybe those are love letters folded into such) can also be found in the tea house. It’s really cool, it makes me feel like I am in college again.
So, me and my friends ordered milk teas. Winter Melon Milk Tea is a crowd favorite so that’s what I got. Now, I know what the fuss about this milk tea is all about. It’s goooood!
I also got a freshly delivered banoffee pie because, you know, there should always be room for dessert.
Spread some awesome..ness..