Titty Tea

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Photos by MJ Klein

The other day Hui-chen found a new tea shop (new to us, that is) in Jubei.  We decided to check it out.

Titty Tea

We were very glad we did, because it’s a delightful place with a great menu, excellent quality food and drinks, and the staff are all good conversationalists (they put up with me talking their ears off!).

Titty Tea

Check out our map on the link at the top of this page to see where they are located.  Just look for this sign on the sidewalk.

Titty Tea

They serve sandwiches on a variety of breads, including bagels and croissants.

Titty Tea

This is my salami on croissant.  I haven’t had anything like this in ages and it was super.

Titty Tea

Titty Tea

Hui-chen sitting at the bar enjoying her drink.

Titty Tea

This menu changes from time to time with seasonal specials.  So far I’ve had 4 different drinks and every one of them was superior quality.  We can highly recommend Titty Tea to our readers.  Check out their blog here (with times of operation and full menu listed).

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        1. Mike, no they didn’t go in. what do you think they thought it would be? remember, those places are not legal here. it was a funny sight, because their mouths were literally open while they were staring.

  3. Titty tea. I like it, MJ. Did you have a hand in the naming of this tea? I think IS Coffee can take out Titty’s croissant sandwiches though. I Tweet-photo-ed an IS croissant to my colleague; he’s addicted to them. I’ll put up a link. I wonder if your site can grab a link on Tweetphoto: http://plixi.com/p/44406556

    If not, it’s up on Twitter.

    1. hi Patrick, the link works. it’s hard to tell anything by a photo of course. i’m not particularly fond of croissants – i’d rather have sliced bread for a sandwich, but i suppose it’s trendy so you’re going to find them everywhere. and no, i did not have a hand in naming the place! lol

  4. MJ, what a classic! The food looked good, very good. I look forward to reading your older posts I have missed I glanced and the pictures look awsome but need to open in the larger sizes.

    Wish I could find a nice little cafe like that here in Ubon, maybe there is and I just have to look harder.
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    1. hi Brunty. nice to cu again. i thought you did have some cafes in Ubon, but we were there quite some time ago. i know that things change like the wind these days. how is everything going? take care my friend.

  5. The sandwitch looks great.
    Hui-chen told me about this store. Wish I could visit there if I come visit you next time.

    and,
    Merry Xmas!

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