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This may be a tea shop, but their most famous dessert is a must-have: brick toast, which comes in seven different styles. The Queen Bee is cookies ‘n cream ice cream and honey on top of toasted sweet milk bread, and the Sleeping Beauty is vanilla ice cream, Nutella, fresh strawberries and honey
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Named for the capital of Thailand, KrungThep Tea Time doesn't offer bubble tea but it is well-known for milk tea combinations with grass jelly. Grass jelly, which is Similar in chewy texture to boba pearls, is made of a a plant in the mint family and offers a healthier alternative to boba. The popular tea shop on Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park is known for its delicious iced Thai tea and also its full menu of speciality tea drinks that can be served over ice or hot. Low-caffine and caffine-free drinks are also available.
In an unassuming simple white building off the very busy Aloma Avenue in Winter Park, sits a uniquely named spot called KrungThep Tea Time. As you walk through the doors for the first time, not knowing what to expect, you are greeted with beautiful white and black decor with plenty of seating for the small Thai fusion based restaurant. A very instagramable spot in the corner is stark white with a cute couch and chandelier, perfect for those foodie pics you’ve been cultivating.
Shelix and I picked a spot right in the middle to really take in the full effect of the peace and quiet while soft music plays in the background. We ordered two teas, the Peach Tea, with actual peach slices on the bottom and one on top, and the Summer Rain, a gorgeous Bahama blue with purple and yellow layers that swirl together into striking colors. More
This hip Winter Park cafe features American staples like sandwiches and salads prepared with Thai flavors such as tom-yum and sesame-soy mayonnaise. The simple space with white-painted brick walls and whimsical touches also offers a wide selection of teas and sweet, towering “brick toast” desserts.
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This Thai tea bar in Winter Park pays homage to Asian street foods like tom yum goong and panang pork by re-creating them as panini-style sandwiches. Don’t skip the dessert toasts, topped with red bean, matcha, or coconut ice cream.