Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations
list an event      1 million Australian readers every month      facebook

Cha Time Bubble Tea World Square

Home > Sydney > Afternoon Tea | Cheap | Family | Indoor
by Amy (subscribe)
I am a hungry artist living and working in Sydney. I am completing a philosophy degree and enjoy life.
Published December 15th 2016
Bubble Tea just for Me
The most refreshing and hydrating bubble tea this side of the giant bull statue; Cha Time in World Square has the taste that you need. It is so easy to get lost in a world of flavour as you have so many choices. The staff members are very quick to make your tea, so even if there is a large crowd don't think that it means you will need to wait for a long time, you are likely to only wait a minute or two even when they are very busy. The tea is freshly brewed each day and you can taste the quality - it just doesn't compare to bottled sugar laden supermarket varieties.

Try the Honeydew Milk Tea it is sweet but not sickly sweet and blended perfectly. The Premium Pearl Milk Tea is tasty and just cool enough, with a sort of savoury flavour that contrasts well with the sweet and chewy pearls, or the wonderful Taro Milk Tea which is a purple delight with a slightly sweet and unique flavour.

Hazelnut Milk Tea or Jasmine Milk Tea is nice for those who like more plain flavours, these choices are refreshing and subtle. Try the Mango Popping Pearls for only 60 cents extra - they are a children's favourite and quiet the novelty, as juicy bits of mango burst in your mouth - it might remind you of the old 'popping candy'.

In the heat of summer nothing beats cooling down with a refreshing subtly flavoured bubble tea. The beauty of this drink is that it is not too sweet or cold. It is just perfectly refreshing and flavoursome. The Tapioca pearls or herbal jelly are delicious in milk tea base, add some ice and you will be cool as a coconut.

Cha Time is perfect for those moments when you are slightly hungry, hot and thirsty but don't feel like a meal. It is filling enough for you to feel satisfied and get on with your work or leisure. Many shoppers enjoy their Cha Time bubble tea on the go. It is great for kids too - they love the squishy pearls and jelly.

Cha Time
Cha Time


The packaging adds to the attraction as you can get your cup vacuumed sealed – perfect for take-away. It is certain not to spill, until you pierce the seal with that oversized straw – delightful to suck down a jelly pearl on the train on your way home from some hectic Christmas shopping.
Help us improve  Click here if you liked this article  22
Share: email  facebook  twitter
Why? Refreshing bubble tea for me
When: Thursday 8am–10pm Friday 8am–10:30pm Saturday 9:30am–10pm Sunday 9:30am–10pm Monday 8am–10pm Tuesday 8am–10pm Wednesday 8am–10pm
Phone: (02) 9267 9880
Where: World Square, World Square Shopping Centre, 680 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
Cost: Under $6
Your Comment
Well done on your milestone, Amy - must say I've never been too adventurous with tea, looks like I might have to change that - some of those flavours sound divine.
by Elaine (score: 3|6173) 858 days ago
Sounds like a wonderful place, bubble tea is amazing as well definitely worth trying
by Jay Johnson (score: 3|1368) 857 days ago
I have a friend who would be super interested in this, thanks!
by Lucinda (score: 2|342) 857 days ago
Wow looks great, so interesting.
by Brooke. A. R (score: 2|405) 853 days ago
Articles from other cities
Featured
Foodi Photoh Classie
Top Events
Popular Articles
Categories
Lists
Questions