Are you a tourist in Singapore or just a resident looking for a quality cafe in Singapore? Then you are at the perfect site. Here you will find information about Koi Cafe Menu in Singapore which is considered to be one of the best restaurants in Singapore because of its great deals and famous bubble tea.

Latest List of Koi Menu Singapore With Prices 2023

As we have mentioned above, Koi Cafe is basically famous for its flavored tea which appeals to all kinds of customers, but Koi Menu offers some other great food items too. Here is the list of available items on the Koi Cafe Menu:


Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 5.30
Hazelnut Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Hazelnut Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Ovaltine Largefrom S$ 6.10
Yakult Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Yakult Green Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10

New Drinks

With options like Fru_C Black Tea and Ai Yu Iced Tea, there is something for everyone. The Fru_C Black Tea comes in large and medium sizes, starting from S$ 6.10 and S$ 4.90 respectively. On the other hand, the Ai Yu Iced Tea is available in both large and medium sizes, with prices starting from S$ 7.30 and S$ 5.80 respectively. The Ai Yu Fruity Green Tea is also a must-try, available in large and medium sizes starting from S$ 9.40 and S$ 7.50 respectively.

Fru_C Black Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Fru_C Black Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Ai Yu Iced Tea LargeS$ 7.30
Ai Yu Iced Tea MediumS$ 5.80
Ai Yu Fruity Green LargeS$ 9.40
Ai Yu Fruity Green MediumS$ 7.50
New Drinks

Flavored Tea

Their prices are very affordable, starting from S$3.60 for a medium tea, and go up to S$7.80 for a large Fruity Green Tea. All the teas are available in both medium and large sizes, giving you the option to choose the perfect size for your taste. If you’re in the mood for something sweet, their Honey Green Tea and Peach Green Tea are perfect options. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a refreshing drink, their Lemon Green Tea and Summer Passion teas are sure to hit the spot. For a twist, try their Yakult Green Tea, a unique blend that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.

Assam Black Tea Largefrom S$ 4.30
Assam Black Tea Mediumfrom S$ 3.60
Jasmine Green Tea Largefrom S$ 4.30
Jasmine Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 3.60
Honey Green Tea Largefrom S$ 5.10
Honey Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.20
Fruity Green Tea Largefrom S$ 7.80
Fruity Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 6.30
Summer Passion Largefrom S$ 5.70
Summer Passion Mediumfrom S$ 4.60
Lemon Green Tea Largefrom S$ 5.70
Lemon Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.60
Peach Green Tea Largefrom S$ 5.70
Peach Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.60
Yakult Green Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Yakult Green Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Flavored Tea

Milk Tea

Pudding Milk Tea LargeS$ 8.30
Pudding Milk Tea MediumS$ 5.90
Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 5.30
Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.30
Green Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 5.30
Green Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.30
Hazelnut Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Hazelnut Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Toffee Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Toffee Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Vanilla Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Vanilla Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Honey Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Honey Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Chocolate Largefrom S$ 6.10
Chocolate Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Ovaltine Largefrom S$ 6.10
Ovaltine Mediumfrom S$ 4.90

Juice & Caffeine Free

. Their Iced Honey Juice is available in large and medium sizes, starting from S$5.30 and S$4.30 respectively. If you prefer a tangy twist, try their Fresh Lemon Juice with the same size options starting from S$5.30 and S$4.30. For a delightful blend of honey, lemon, and lime, their Honey Lemon Lime Juice is the perfect choice. It comes in large and medium sizes, starting from S$6.10 and S$4.90 respectively.

Iced Honey Juice Largefrom S$ 5.30
Iced Honey Juice Mediumfrom S$ 4.30
Fresh Lemon Juice Largefrom S$ 5.30
Fresh Lemon Juice Mediumfrom S$ 4.30
Honey Lemon Lime Juice Largefrom S$ 6.10
Honey Lemon Lime Juice Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Juice & Caffeine Free

Brown Sugar Series

The prices are very affordable, starting at just S$4.90 for a medium size brown sugar milk tea. If you’re looking for a larger option, the large size brown sugar milk tea is available starting at S$6.10. For those who prefer fresh milk, KOI Menu Singapore also offers brown sugar fresh milk drinks in both medium and large sizes, starting at S$5.50 and S$6.90 respectively.

Brown Sugar Milk Tea Largefrom S$ 6.10
Brown Sugar Milk Tea Mediumfrom S$ 4.90
Brown Sugar Fresh Milk Largefrom S$ 6.90
Brown Sugar Fresh Milk Mediumfrom S$ 5.50
Brown Sugar Series

Koi Cafe in Singapore 

Koi Cafe was established in Singapore in 2007 and since then Koi Cafe has become one of the most famous Cafes in Singapore. Koi cafe’s menu offers a variety of awesome and creamy foods such as Bubble Tea, Honey Green Tea, Chocolate milk tea, Honey Lemon Juice, and many other flavored types of tea. Whenever someone wants to enjoy something unique in the tea category they prefer Koi Cafe. The menu of Koi Cafe in Singapore is of two types. One is The distinctive Signature Menu and the other is the Convenient Express Menu. The Signature Koi menu is expensive and prices can vary up to 50% from the Express menu.

Updated Menu of Koi Cafe Singapore 2023

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koi Singapore

Koi cafe in Singapore has developed itself into a brand after its arrival in 2007. Koi Cafe’s menu includes delicious and yummy varieties of Flavored tea and other food items which are mood boosters for the visitors of Koi Cafe. Koi Cafe only uses natural items in the making of food. Koi cafe in Singapore keeps its menu up to date to keep the customers intrigued. Here are some updated Koi Menu items:

Koi Peach Four Seasons Tea

The Koi Peach Four Seasons tea is a drink on the lighter side, nicely blend with a proportionate amount of peach and tea flavor. The Four Season tea consists of freshly-picked tea leaves selected to be made into a tea that can satisfy the choosiest palate. 

The tea is a sweet, fruity beverage that has a refreshing fruity taste – perfect for a post-meal refreshing drink! You may add toppings such as Aloe Vera & Koi’s famous Golden Bubble to give the drink extra texture.

Golden Bubble Milk Tea

The Golden Bubble Milk Tea is without a doubt one of Koi’s most popular drinks on its menu. The rich and creamy milk tea is further elevated when combined with Koi’s one-of-a-kind golden bubbles. You would be able to enjoy the blended flavors and textures of bubbles bouncing around in your mouth as you take a sip through the drink. The Golden Bubble pearls are also chewy and soft, which makes it easy and light to consume.

Overall Koi Golden Bubble Milk Tea has a stronger emphasis on dairy flavors with a milkier and creamier texture. We would recommend Bubble Tea fans choose this drink on Koi Menu only if you enjoy a stronger milk taste and aroma in your cup of bubble tea.

KOI Vanilla Milk Tea Ice Cream 

Vanilla Milk Tea Ice cream is a new addition to Koi Menu. The ice cream has a milky texture and has been a favorite among many KOI fans in Singapore.

Get yourself a treat if you have the chance, only at all KOI thé outlets!

Vani Coffee Green Milk Tea (M) | $4.70

A limited-edition drink, coffee milk tea by KOI comes with 2 toppings of ice cream and coffee jelly. Sadly, you can’t change these toppings, but you do have an option of choosing the kind of milk tea you want such as normal, green, or oolong milk tea to pair with your coffee. It is an interesting tea. And if you’re looking for a bubble tea experience, this drink doesn’t allow you to add pearls in it as well. But it is definitely a delight to have ice cream in milk tea.

Honey Lemon Black Tea

Koi Honey Lemon Black Tea has become the favorite drink to accompany dinner. Honey Lemon Black Tea, with less ice, and no toppings costs $4.10 and the size is generous.

About Koi Cafe

KOI Café was finally founded in 2006. The focus on quality and the signature heart-warming hospitality were successfully brought overseas with the opening of the first Singapore outlet in 2007. Koi Cafe in Singapore has been well received by the locals as well as by the tourists who visit it. Koi Cafe in Singapore generally receives positive reviews from customers. People are in love with Koi Cafe’s many varieties of flavored teas and juices.

In 2015, in order to better convey our brand philosophy and to nurture tea culture, Ms. Khloé Ma officially changed the brand name to KOI Thé to put an emphasis on tea.

In 2021, KOI Thé in the United States changed its name to FIFTYLAN due to business strategy & global re-branding alignment.

You can follow and check the latest updates, deals, and prices of items on Koi’s official social media handles which are:

Koi Thè Singapore for Facebook @koithesingapore for Instagram 

Koi Café Singapore for LinkedIn

Who owns KOI Singapore?

The journey of KOI commenced long before Reynold Poernomo was inducted into Masterchef’s dessert hall of fame. In fact, it began in our family garage in 2012, where our Mother, Ike Malada, started operations with only $300, to support the family.

Who owns KOI bubble tea Singapore?

Here at KOI PLUS, there’s a deeper meaning. Tea is a cup of memory which you share with yourself, family, and friends. Our CEO Khloé Ma started this brand with the idea of sharing good Taiwanese tea to the world. Her earliest and fondest memories of Taiwanese Tea was the time she shared with her family and friends.

Who owns KOI drink?

Alain Cornil – Founder and General Manager of KOI.

Is KOI a Singapore brand?

KOI hails from Taiwan – the land of bubble teas.

How much is Koi the franchise?

Investment Range: Endcap or inline location: $200,000 – $500,000. Minimum Net Worth (1 Store): $300,000.

Where is Koi THÉ from?

The first KOI cafe store n Xiamen, China was launched at the intersection of Hubin Central Road and Hexiang West Road. KOI vows not only to make tea-tasting a pleasant experience, but also to turn Taiwanese teas into global heritage by introducing authentic beverages to the world.

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Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie, and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write resturent menus and review on

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