Hello The Alley Malaysia lovers, are you looking for the latest The Alley Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of The Alley Menu 2023 Malaysia with prices.
The Alley Menu Malaysia 2023 With Prices List
Alley Menu Malaysia Includes Mocha, Signature Iced Coffee, Earl Grey Coffee, Cappuccino, Hojicha Cocoa, Earl Grey Tea Latte, Royal No.9 Latte, Assam Black Tea Latte, Jasmine Green Tea Latte, Puff Cup Dessert and Much more.
|Signature Iced Coffee||RM12.90|
|Earl Grey Coffee||RM10.90|
|Earl Grey Tea Latte||RM14.90|
|Royal No.9 Latte||RM11.90|
|Assam Black Tea Latte||RM11.90|
|Jasmine Green Tea Latte||RM11.90|
|Puff Cup Dessert||RM8.00|
|2 Pax Combo||RM20.40|
|6 Pax Combo||RM62.20|
|The Alley Specialities|
|Tropical Passion Fruit Green Tea||RM12.90|
|Guava Lime Juice||RM12.90|
|Kiwi Fruit Smoothie||RM14.90|
|Lemon Green Tea||RM9.90|
|Create Your Own Yogurt||RM15.90|
|Original Brew Tea|
|Assam Black Tea||RM8.90|
|Royal No.9 Black Tea||RM8.90|
|White Peach Oolong Tea||RM9.90|
Coffee and Chocolate
Milk Tea Series
|Royal No.9 Milk Tea||RM9.90|
|Black Milk Tea||RM9.90|
|Green Milk Tea||RM9.90|
|The Alley Milk Tea||RM11.70|
|The Alley Trio Milk Tea||RM11.70|
|White Peach Oolong Milk Tea||RM11.90|
|Earl Grey Milk Tea||RM10.90|
The Alley Alternative Restaurants
How many alleys are there in Malaysia?
As of now, The Alley has 20 outlets in Malaysia and they’re still expanding! It’s easy to identify their outlets due to the iconic deer logo.
Who is the founder of the alley?
entrepreneur Chiu Mao-Ting Launched in Taipei in 2013 by Taiwanese graphic designer and entrepreneur Chiu Mao-Ting, The Alley is not a bubble tea store per se: in fact, their signature drink is very simply a combination of fresh milk served with a generous scoop of tapioca pearls slow-cooked in brown sugar syrup.
Author: Alia Izzati
Alia Izzati is an experienced food critic and writer based in Malaysia. She is the author of several popular articles on the websites klfoodie.com and eatzeely.com, where she covers a wide range of topics related to restaurants and their menus. With a keen palate and a passion for exploring the culinary landscape of her home country, Alia is known for her thoughtful and in-depth reviews of the latest dining trends and hotspots. Whether you’re looking for the best new places to eat in Malaysia or just want to stay up-to-date on the latest food news, Alia’s articles are a must-read for anyone with an interest in the culinary arts.