Barbie pink bubble tea shop 'never seen before' opening in Doncaster

The "unique" new spot named Bubl, will be opening on Saturday, October 14

A brand new bubble tea shop "like never seen before" is opening its doors in Doncaster this weekend.

The "unique" new spot named Bubl, will be opening on Saturday, October 14, in St Sepulchre Gate, Doncaster city centre, from 11am. Lucky first 20 customers will be able to get 50 percent off on their orders.

The exterior and interior is a pink Barbie haven. It has stunning neon lights, silk blossom trees, and luxury gold features. "Bubl bringing you Barbie vibes," a spokesperson said.

A spokesperson for the venue said: "We're almost there and we are super excited to announce that our shop will open Saturday October 14. Not long now until you can visit us and enjoy your first exclusive bubble tea drink - the Bubl style. See you there."

Bubble tea has become one of the most popular modern ways to enjoy trying different tea flavours. Turning the pink tea haven into reality came to life by architect Anna Chaustow, founder of RomyChar.

One of the features inside includes a neon sign - in Disney-style writing - which reads 'what's your flavour?'. Customers will be able to a range of different bubble tea flavours, add glitter dust to their drink, and enjoy a selection of snacks on top of their cup. The menu flavours will be released on the opening day.

The tea will be served in a range of animal themed cups which customers are able to buy, and cuddly Bubl soft toys will also be sold. Bubl will be open until 7.30pm on October 14.

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