FOOD STOPS: Jelly-G Cubao


Jelly G was something of a new milk tea discovery I had months ago, and I do loved the tea not only because of its flavor but of the specially Thai jelly that is part of the their offer in every kiosk. 

I just also went to another branch in Cubao at Ali Mall. Located at the lower ground floor, it is a recognizable kiosk near the entrance with seats for its customers. Yes, it looks like an oasis in the middle of Ali Mall. The branch offers all of the drinks served in all branches plus some thai snacks that goes well with the Thai milk tea.

Of course, my personal favorite would still be the Cheesy Mango, however I also discovered a new flavor which is the chocolate oreo which is a great addition and a must try especially for Chocophiles like me.

Lets also check on their snacks which are spiced dried mango, spicy tamarind and spicy nuts. Though all are labeled spicy, they are considered mild and goes well with the sweet drinks.

Also something new that I tried in this branch is the cakes which are topped with flavors like chocolate, vanilla, caramel and pandan. The cakes are soft and are baked by the company which makes the taste and texture unique and delectable. For this stop, I do highly  recommend the pandan cake for its flavor and mixes well with the cake. The cakes are worth 45 each for an order actually good for 2-3 persons. 

Indeed Jelly G does not only offer quality milk teas and beverages but also snacks that goes well with each drink. Check their other JellyG branches: Food Choices, Glorietta 4 3rd Level, Activity Center, Market!Market! Food Choices, Alabang Town Center Activity Center, MarQuee Mall Ground Level, Robinsons Metroeast 3rd Levell, SM Marikina 2nd Level, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall 3rd Level,  and Festival Supermall.


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