Bubble tea company Gong Cha to open in Greenwich

Bubble tea company Gong Cha are set to open in Greenwich town centre.

The new outlet will open beside Up the Creek comedy club at 308 Creek Road.

There are currently two other branches in London at Covent Garden and Goodge Street, while across the world there are 1,500 branches after first opening in Taiwan in 2006.

The company also offer milk foam tea and a wide variety of flavours.

The new outlet

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3 thoughts on “Bubble tea company Gong Cha to open in Greenwich

  • November 5, 2021 at 5:35 am
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    It’s chai time something opened up here 😉

    The site has been vacant for several years. The east side of cutty sark feels like a bit of a dead zone after the tesco so it would be nice if some more things open up here, creating a nicer walk towards Deptford.

    Signs seemed to have gone up at the old Lord Hood as well for a “Vaxine Bar and Restaurant” as well.

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  • November 5, 2021 at 5:56 am
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    Good to see another empty commercial space coming back in to use along Creek Road. SanZer is right in what he says about the east side of the cutty sark being a bit of a dead zone heading towards Deptford.

    I wish Gong Cha good luck and every success with opening their new branch in Greenwich. While providing some new jobs for local people.

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  • November 5, 2021 at 4:30 pm
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    Gong Cha must be gambling on sufficient local traffic because there is no sign of tourism returning. I guess I chose the wrong flavour of bubble tea when I was in New York City because it was REVOLTING. 🤮

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