This post is updated when new shops open.
Years ago, in 2011 to be exact, we enjoyed bubble teas but for a short while. Back then, matcha has already been my favorite, while the kids love taro. Then the one shop that offered those suddenly closed and though there were little shops that serve boba and jelly teas, they were not the same goodness we enjoyed. We still get them once in a blue moon – in the summers. Sometimes I make cold teas with jelly grass at home or even tapioca pearls, but there’s just a different sweetness to bubble teas that we look for.
We were somehow happy when we heard Taiwan’s bubble teas popping up (pun intended) in Vienna again. A little comfort, when lockdowns were lifted, would be to visit them and enjoy small talks with friends we rarely see nowadays. We get to breath fresh air and enjoy yummy drinks. Here are so far the Bubble Tea shops you can visit in Vienna.
While Teastories has been around since October of 2015, they’re more on traditional teas, and they also serve Vietnamese food. They’ve started offering milk teas in May 2020.
Spitalgasse 13, 1090
The whimisical theme Tea Plus picked for its stores are an additional attraction for those who love sharing everything on Instagram. They even have a flower wall for your selfie’s background at the Stumpergasse store.
And who doesn’t love sakura (cherry blossoms) and wisteria? You can have a picture under these two within the store.
Our picks: Bubble Milks, Yakult Green Jelly
Tea Plus opened it’s first store as early as May of 2019.
Krugerstrasse 12, 1010 Wien
Stumpergasse 63, 1060 Wien
Millennium City, 1200 Wien
The smell of brown sugar welcomes you as you enter a Find Tea store. They opened at the height of the pandemic so the shops only allow two people at a time, which is a good thing. Those who had placed their orders have to wait outside and wait, and the friendly servers bring the freshly prepared teas out. Find Tea also sells yummy breads and pastries you can enjoy with the bubble teas.
Our best picks: Matcha with cream cheese, Taro with cream cheese
Store first opened in November 2020.
Führichgasse 2, 1010
Mariahilfer Str. 95, 1060
Update October 2022: Permanently closed
Bubble Tea Mania Returns: Ichiban Tea House
Ichiban has the most extensive menu among bubble tea shops in Vienna. Their shops are also fast sprouting like mushrooms, now with 4 stores any bubble tea lover can visit.
Our best picks:
First store opened in November 2020.
Our picks: Purple Dream Latte, Cheezy Ichiban Slush
1010 Habsburgergasse 8
1030 Zentrum Rennweg
1060 Capistrangasse 3
1150 Lugner City UG
Mr. Box Tea
One of the easiest stores to go to, since it’s directly at the Underground station Schottentor.
Thus, also the first store we were able to try.
Our Picks: Mr. Black Milk, Mr. Oreo Milk
Opened in March 2021
Fußgängerpassage Schottentor Top 9, 1010
Mariahilfer Strasse 49, 1060
One of the shops that has been around the longest, Bubble King has a lot of branches in Vienna. We haven’t been so often, but they also deliver through mjam.at
They have options for you to customize your drink, even putting in less to no sugar at all.
Meidlinger Hauptstraße 73, 1120
Währinger Straße 9
B7: Brünner Straße 221/1 1210
Kürschnergasse 9, 1210
C23: Sterngasse 1/3, 1230
Jägerstraße 69, 1200
What I love about Le Chá is that they offer grass jelly, a little bit better (healthier) than boba and the other toppings offered in other stores.
Schottenfeldgasse 6, 1070 Wien
Donauzentrum, Wagramer Straße 94, 1220
First shop opened in October 2020
Goldschmiedgasse 9, 1010 Wien
WIEN MITTE The Mall, 1030 Wien
June 2021 Lugeck 3, 1010
Edgardo Roxas says
These places are so Awesome, and so perfect for all Milktea Lover, I really love those Packaging So Nice and So Interesting to Taste every Kind of Flavored. Thanks for sharing this Mam.
Joaquin Eli Bacod says
Wow love these places and i’m a milktea lover too , love the flavors and packaging too . Ang ganda pa ng ambiance 😍❤️
Lizel Tejares Purcia says
Thank you for sharing this blog post-
How I wish to experience visiting this place.
I love Milkteas and I’m so curious with all these different flavors of milk tea.