While doing a 30 Plus Teams Tour staycation of Kew Gardens , I wanted something to drink, but not an adult beverage and not a coffee from either Dunkin Donuts or Seven Eleven coffee.
While doing some exploring around the area near the Kew Gardens Long Island Railroad Station was, I noticed a place called , ‘Mr. Wish’.
It claimed that it had ‘healthy bubble drinks and fruit teas.’
I looked at the pictures on the store window and on the menu, and I saw a drink that I hadn’t had since I lived in Los Angeles .
It was Pearl Milk Tea.
For $3.75 plus taxes, I figured why not get a medium one?
I had time to kill before my train back to Locust Manor came.
The Pearl Milk Tea was delicious , and made just the way I like my bubble tea.
No sugar needed, and big bubble pieces that are big but not that big that they won’t fit through your straw .
It just so happens that Mr. Wish’s teas and fruit juices are the number one brand in Taiwan and besides having stores in Taiwan and the United States , they also have locations in China , Vietnam , plus 150 other locations.
It’s easy to see why.
The store that I went to is located at 80 – 62 Lefferts Boulevard , Kew Gardens .
Mr. Wish claims that they have ‘authentic Fruit and Bubble Teas.’
If you can’t get to New York City or the borough of Queens, see if there is a Mr. Wish in your city.
You won’t be disappointed and the prices are very reasonable .