This is our first purchase from streetdeal.my, a website I found when I googled for “discount sites”. Since La Kaffa is located at USJ15 where we always frequent, we did not hesitate to purchase the deal. Also, it was just RM 4 for two cups of bubble tea. Payment was made via Maybank2u. Once purchased (February 21), the voucher was ready and it is valid till April 15. The best thing is that it did not restrict the time on when we can redeem the drinks. It was only subject to availability.
Since we were having dinner at the area today (February 23), we stopped by at La Kaffa to have the drink. There weren’t many people at that hour (around 8pm on the weekday). So, we just hand over the printed voucher (Voucher Number: LA 573E4E2-GCJ) to the waitress. She then quickly prepared the drinks. We were handed the drinks and the waitress did asked if we wanted a plastic bag, which I declined since we were be drinking at the café. We were also given a RM2 cash voucher that can be used for our next purchase/ visit.
We had a look at its menu and found that it is actually more famous for its coffee. Besides drinks, there are also foods served. I think the drink we purchased was originally RM 5.90 per glass (which probably excludes the RM 1 on the pearls). I would say that the drink on promotion is rather as “normal”, nothing really special actually. But for the price of RM 2, we can’t ask for more.
Having looked at the prices of the menu, I think it is slightly pricey compared to other bubble tea shops. I personally have not found the “urge” to return. But, it could probably be we have not “ordered” the recommended drink or so. Besides that it seems to me that the food prices are also slightly more expensive, but I think it would be unfair for me to judge without tasting it.
I would say the ambience is nice. The place is rather quiet too. Also, it provides high speed wireless internet to its customers. At the end, we were greeted with “thank you” when we left the shop. We certainly like friendly customer service.
The question on whether to return to La Kaffa will be ambiguous at this point of time.