The boba hype in Malaysia has yet to subside just yet. People are getting more and more innovative in adding boba into random food items, and some of them are pretty strange. Find out what these crazy boba ideas are and whether you would try them out!

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Boba Pizza

Boba pizza
Image Credits: My Pizza Lab | Facebook

One of the most popular burger restaurants in Malaysia, myBurgerlab started a new pizza concept restaurant next to their Seapark branch which is called myPizzalab.

One of their more popular pizzas is the Boba Pizza that we find bizarre! However, majority of the people find this Boba Pizza delicious and worth the try! Just like all pizzas, it is filled with cheese and then drizzled with garlic oil before topping it with boba as the finishing touch. Perhaps, make it a treat for your friends and family!

  • Opening Hours:
    • Tuesday – Friday  5 pm – 10 pm
    • Weekends 11 am – 3 pm,  5 pm – 10 pm
  • Address:
    • 12, Jalan 21/22, Sea Park, 46300, Petaling Jaya.

Boba Tea Steamboat

Boba Steamboat
Image Credits: Galaxy Tea Bar | Facebook

We personally love steamboat and also boba tea, but Galaxy Tea Bar takes it to another level by fusing both in a single pot.

Instead of the typical savoury or spicy soup base, diners can choose to have either fresh milk or milk tea as their base. You can also find taro balls, grass jelly, and mango in the steamboat and the interesting part is, you can opt to have your fiery hot steamboat or an icy cold steamboat.

Grab a friend and come on down to try this fusion dish today!

  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday – Thursday 12 pm – 12 am
    • Friday – Sunday 12 pm – 1 am
  • Address:
    • 22, Jalan Nagor, George Town, 10050, Penang.

Boba Ramen

Boba Ramen
Image Credits: Sabah Food Paradise | Facebook

We all know Boba is usually added into sweet food items or desserts. However, in this cafe in Sabah called Ochado, boba is added into the ramen bowl as a savoury topping!

Diners can pick their ramen soup base from 2 choices, miso or spicy. It is also served together with crabsticks, seaweed, and boba. It may be a questionable dish to add boba into, but hey, we are open to creativity!

  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday – Sunday 10 am – 10 pm
  • Address:
    • Kiosk 1-K4, Suria Sabah Shopping Mall 1st Floor, 88000 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

Boba Crab

Boba Crab
Image Credits: 蟹的传人 Crab Generation Restaurant | Facebook

This seafood restaurant came up with a boba crab dish that everyone is intrigued yet confused about. The boba crab is a sweet dish paired with a unique buttermilk sauce and chewy brown sugar tapioca pearls. Another bizarre boba dish by Crab Generation is one with crab, cheese, and oreo!

If you’re curious about trying something new, Crab Generation Restaurant has 3 different branches in Cheras, Seremban, and Belakong.

  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday – Sunday: 11 am – 2.45 pm, 5.30 pm – 10.30 pm
  •  Address:
    • No. 60-G, Jalan 1, Taman Len Seng, 56000, KL.
    • No 32-G & 32-1, Jalan Dataran Cheras 2, Dataran Perniagaan Cheras Balakong, 43200, Selangor.
    • No. 355, Jalan S2 B15, Uptown Avenue, Seremban 2, 70300, Seremban.

Boba Tea Whiskey

Boba Tea Whiskey
Image Credits: Coley Cocktail Bar | Facebook

To all the adults who can’t deal with sugary boba tea, how about an alcoholic drink paired with boba?

This pairing might sound strange, but it isn’t as bizarre as you think. The Boba Tea Whiskey drink can be found in Coley Cocktail Bar, a popular bar in Bangsar. It legitimately looks like a regular boba tea, but don’t get tricked by its innocent looks. It is infused with quality Jameson Irish whiskey, crème de cacao, palm sugar, and tapioca pearls!

If you love booze but want an easy introduction into the boba tea craze, definitely try this alcoholic boba drink out!

  • Opening Hours:
    • Monday – Saturday 5 pm – 1 am
  • Address:
    • 8, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur.

Boba Omelette

Boba Omelette
Image Credits: NasirPasir | Twitter

What if you could have Boba in an omelette? This unique and bizarre food item shook the nation on Twitter, with a tutorial on how to create it. All you have to do is boba into the mix, and fry it together with the omelette!

The sky’s the limit with the boba craze, and if you’re looking for something more intense, they’ve probably done it. Recently, a post about Boba Rice by a Singaporean has been making its rounds on social media as well!

We are not sure how to feel about these Malaysian creations, but do let us know if you would try these crazy boba dishes!


Featured Image Credit: Crab Generation Facebook & Whiskey

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Share with us in the comments below what other interesting Boba dishes you have in mind!