Dragon Cat Cafe is one of those tiny little shops, semi-attached to an Underground station/mini shopping centre, that can easily be underestimated and overlooked. But this cute little spot in Hammersmith Broadway makes some of the best bubble tea in London. It serves everything from fresh fruit teas and milk tea lattes, to cream cloud drinks with flavours like earl grey cheesecake that comes with a thick layer of vanilla cream on top of the tea. You can’t go wrong with the milk teas, but the Oreo and the Dragon Cat milk tea are our favourites. They also serve freshly made Taiwanese wheel cakes with changing flavours. Depending on the time of year, you can get things like cinnamon, apple pie, or matcha flavoured cakes.
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