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WooTea – the Chinatown gem serving one of the world’s most popular drinks, and molten lava cakes, The Manc

WooTea – the Chinatown gem serving one of the world’s most popular drinks, and molten lava cakes

Regulars around Chinatown will already be familiar with WooTea, a local cafe that serves one of the world’s most popular drinks.

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WooTea, on George Street, makes some of Manchester’s best bubble teas, loaded with their own homemade boba.

Bubble tea is a Taiwanese drink that has taken the world by storm, with endless combinations of beautiful, colourful drinks and flavours to choose from.

WooTea – the Chinatown gem serving one of the world’s most popular drinks, and molten lava cakes, The Manc
WooTea’s fluffy lava cakes and bubble teas. Credit: The Manc Group

WooTea makes all of its own tapioca pearls (or boba), which are a key ingredient in many of its teas.

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They’re added to drinks like a hot matcha milk bubble tea, and traditional milk bubble teas.

But boba also stars in WooTea’s desserts, especially their lava cakes.

WooTea – the Chinatown gem serving one of the world’s most popular drinks, and molten lava cakes, The Manc
Colourful bubble teas in WooTea’s cafe in Chinatown. Credit: The Manc Group

Their fluffy cakes are loaded with cream and tapioca pearls, for a mouth-watering treat.

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If you’re not into boba, you can also order drinks like a strawberry latte (made with fresh strawberries and milk foam) and a refreshing watermelon oolong tea.

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More health-conscious people could grab a tropical mango and papaya milk tea, which has no added sugar but bags of flavour.

Whatever you order, you’re in for a treat.

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You’ll find WooTea on George Street, not far from Chinatown’s iconic arch, and on Deliveroo.

Featured image: The Manc Group

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