Xing Fu Tang Menu & Price List

Xing Fu Tang Menu with Price

Honey Series

Honey Black TeaS$4.49
Honey Green TeaS$4.49

Cheese Foam Series

Oolong Tea Cheese FoamS$5.99
Peach Tea Cheese FoamS$5.99
Black Tea Cheese FoamS$5.56
Green Tea Cheese FoamS$5.56

Special Blend Series

Classic Black TeaS$3.96
Jasmine Green TeaS$3.96
Oolong TeaS$4.49
Peach Blossom TeaS$4.49
Rose Tea w/ LemonS$4.82
Strawberry Green TeaS$4.82
Mango Green TeaS$4.82

Milk Tea Series

Peach Milk TeaS$5.24
Oolong Milk TeaS$5.24
Green Milk TeaS$4.82
Taiwan Milk TeaS$5.24

Brown Sugar Series

Brown Sugar Green Milk TeaS$4.82
Brown Sugar Peach Milk TeaS$5.24
Brown Sugar Oolong Milk TeaS$5.24
Brown Sugar Milk TeaS$4.82
Brown Sugar Boba Fresh MilkS$6.53

Xing Fu Tang Singapore Outlets & Addresses

Xing Fu Tang @ Northpoint City

Address: 924 Yishun Central 1, B2-135, Singapore 760924

Xing Fu Tang @ Takashimaya

Address: 391 Orchard Rd, #B210-4-1, Takashiyama Department Store Food Village, Singapore 238801

Xing Fu Tang @ Ang Mo Kio

Address: 2450 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, #01-01 MRT Station, Singapore 569811

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FAQ:

Is Xing fu tang halal in Singapore?

No, XIng Fu Tang is not Halal Certified

What is Xing Fu Tang?

Xing Fu Tang (幸福堂) is known for making the best hand-crafted brown sugar boba from Taiwan

How many times stir Xing Fu Tang?

You’ll be instructed by staff to stir your drink 18 times – this is the optimal time for all the sugar to mix!

How many calories are in Xing Fu Tang?

Bubble tea with tapioca balls rounds out to about 300 calories.

Does Xing Fu Tang have soy milk?

Yes, they have Soy and Oat milk options

What are the ‘must-try’ recommendations in Xing Fu Tang?

  • Brown sugar
  • Creamy Meiji milk
  • Soft tapioca boba balls
  • Strawberry milk tea

Meaning of xing fu tang ?

Xing Fu Tang (which literally means ‘Hall of Happiness’) is named for its founder Edison Chen’s (nope, not that Hong Kong bad boy) grandmother.

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