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Featuring Mr. Teas N Bites, Montgomery, Alabama: Review


Written By: Felecia Causey

Photos By Me & Vy Le


I had the opportunity to go see Mr. Teas N Bites, which is located on Atlanta Highway in Montgomery, Alabama. My initial thought upon visiting the restaurant was that my daughter would absolutely love it. I thought the restaurant's layout was great, and the decor was adorable. The plush bears, booth, table, and chairs give you such a welcoming feeling.











I was greeted by Vy Le. He represents the ideal restaurant owner when it comes to gaining the hearts and minds of loyal customers. I watched as he gave each customer attention while giving me a tour and telling me a little bit about what the restaurants offer. Vy Le's great mannerism has won customers from my family.

The restaurant serves signature exclusives, tropically infused teas, and boba teas. Guess what?! They serve a variety of foods, including hot noodle soups, wings, egg rolls, and Korean hot dogs.



This is a great spot for your teens to hang out with a friend and grab some fruity drinks, or for your family to grab a quick snack after church.


 


I had the chance to try some of their food and three different beverages. Let's start with the drinks first.

 I had the opportunity to sample their tropical snow bubble, strawberry fruit tea with bursting strawberries popping, and brown sugar milk tea.

Left to Right: brown sugar milk tea, strawberry fruit tea with popping, and tropical snow bubble



The flavor of the brown sugar milk tea was quite similar to coffee; it was almost like a frappe. It's my favorite of the three beverages, and I enjoy it. The strawberry fruit tea with popping was an additional winner, as strawberries are one of my favorite fruits. I loved the tropical snow bubble, and my son was definitely won over by it.  The drink was similar to a slushie. Given how hot it has been lately, who wouldn't want this cool beverage?

My family and I sat down at the table to enjoy the food at home, sampling a tiny bit of every food item to give it a quick taste review. We enjoyed the Vietnamese eggrolls, seafood eggrolls, Korean corn dog, fried chicken banh mi sandwich, fried house wings, and Cajun French fries.



First, let's talk about the Cajun fries, which were hot and crunchy. The serving wasn't particularly large, but we all enjoyed them. 

 

The Korean corn dog tasted amazing. It was, I believe, the kids' favorite. It was larger than the typical corndog in size. It was crunchy, and it was packed with a ton of cheese. 



We were eager to sample their egg rolls because we all really like them.We had never tried Korean eggrolls before, but let's just say that they are now a current favorite. My husband's favorite entrĂ©e was the seafood egg rolls. 


The fried chicken wings were wonderful. I enjoyed them. I liked the dry seasoning on the outside. My family felt like they had a small spice on them. 


I was hesitant to purchase the Fried Chicken Banh Mi Sandwich because I dislike hard bread. Hard, old bread, in my opinion, destroys a sandwich. He was honest about the texture when I had to inquire how the bread was. The bread and the fresh veggies on the chicken were delicious. It wasn't horrible at all, but I should have asked for no mayonnaise. If I had to order it again, I would.




The verdict on whether or not to try them again. Definitely. Five stars were awarded for customer service. Yes, the restaurant was quite clean, which is very important to me. As long as the food is hot and fresh, I don't mind that it was prepared to order. Furthermore, the waiting area was cozy. You will love it if you're looking for something fresh and different, especially if you're a young teen or a college student. Parents, I highly recommend that you take your children and teens to this lovely restaurant; I'm sure they'll appreciate it.



Would I suggest others use this location? Indeed, I would. I don't think it's appropriate to recommend anything or any place that my children and I wouldn't visit. 


I adored this tiny exhibit where the staff members left encouraging notes for the customers to take so they might lift their spirits on a difficult day.



Kindly send me an email to share your thoughts.


 







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