Every time we visit our daughter at UMD we stop by Ten Ren for Bubble Tea and we are never disappointed.
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We had lunch here after move-in to UMD College Park. We ordered: beef noodle soup, kung pao tofu, vegetables udon noodles soup and mango jasmine green bubble tea. Everything were good, including the service. Our waitress was very busy attending ti all customers. She is...More
It was very delicious and the service was speedy. The tapioca was a very fun thing to try. I highly recommend this for a tea time treat.
We went there for light dinner. There are various choices of noodles and dishes beside tea. We tried Taiwanese dishes. Those are very tasty and the price is good too.
I've always though Ten Ren's was purely a tea house that served small portioned apps... having never really stayed to sit I never knew about the full menu. However on this last trip I got a chance to actually have a full meal with bubble...More
Ten Ren is our go-to place for Bubble Tea. They have a large selection of flavors, and different jellies that you can choose from in addition to the typical Boba (we like to order iced Thai Bubble Tea with half-Boba, half-jellies). Our favorite is the...More
My favorite is green apple in green jasmine iced tea and my daughter's is iced taro milk tea with bubbles. So many choices!! How fun that a beverage can be such a treat! Lunch is good here too, though the vegetarian options are a bit...More
Albeit the food is just ok, the relaxed atmosphere and the tea selections are wonderful. This is a fine choice for someone who wants a few moments alone or to sip tea with a friend. The staff will let you stay as long as you...More
This restaurant is a great place to meet friends over tea or get a hearty hot soup on a winter day. The menu has a wide range of Asian noodle soups, buns (bao), and bubble teas. BUT the table service is absolutely horrible. Long stretches...More
The teas did look good but the food seemed only average. Service was quick and efficient. There isn't much choice in College Park, so this seems better than most. Quieter than some other Route 1 dives.