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Java and Cha Co.

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1820 Coit Rd, Plano, TX 75075, USA 972-519-8445 Owner?

Recent reviews

    • melissa

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      been going to this place for years and coffee/tea has always been great especially the pearl latte (they call it milk tea with pearls now since its under new ownership). Food has always been limited to some cookies, cakes, plain bagel, but new owners are saying they will have variety of soft handmade pretzels like the ones you get at the mall! yummmy!!! also they mentioned bagel sandwhiches, which makes it convenient for me to go there during lunch hour. this place has always been a popular local hangout with a mix of old and young customers. Workers there have always been nice and friendly, i will difinitely recommend this place!

    • Little Debbie

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      Not your traditional tea house, but a nice place to frequent with a pleasant atmosphere.

    • robert

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      This is a cheap excuse for a tea house. It is probably what Plano is ready for though. The drinks are your average asian boba tea and coffee that has this perpetual jazz CD. It is a good place to study though.

    • Chelsea

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      Best bubble tea anywhere. Large selection of fine hot teas as well.

    • Jim

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      Great place to hang out but tea wise it's weak. They offer more of a variety of coffees that are above average. The food there is almost non existant and probably comes out of a frozen box somewhere. A good place to go hang out and perhaps study but the vast number of asian youths makes you think it's more of a teen hangout than a proper tea establishment.

    • Michael Andrews

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      Five stars! I feel as though I transported my living room into this place it's so cozy. The employees at 'java' are not only friendly and humorous but do sincerely care about the quality of your drink and how well you're enjoying life in general. You have the mornign crowd, you have the afternoon break crowd, and you have the late night studying crowd with their use of Wi-fi for nothing but a drink, the way it should be. The artwork is a little lame but the fact that they have art up is reason enough to give them credit. Their pearls/bolba is well above par and their tea not only tastes of a perfect brewer but also of an appropriate origin, Taiwan. Three cheers for 'java', three rounds of 'java' wanted...:]