Jianbing is a traditional Chinese street food created nearly 2000 years ago in the Shandong Province.
It is a thin and crispy crepe made with corn, mung bean, rye and buckwheat and flavoured with black and white sesame seeds.
We serve it as a savoury option with slow cooked duck or beef or the vegetarian Jianbing with Fafafel and mixed salad. Of course the Jianbing can also be Vegan so just ask when you are ordering.
For something sweeter, we have the Nutella and Strawberry Jianbing or with fresh cream strawberries and banana. The simple pleasure of the Jian Bing drizzled with lemon juice and some sugar is also one of our favourites.
Start your day with the Breakfast Jian Bing, filled with eggs, sausage.bacon and scallions, served with Bell Lane Coffee which is roasted in Mullingar or now our signature Bubble Tea.
Bubble tea is suddenly all the rage, but it’s actually been a hot (or cold!) favourite in countries like Hong Kong, China and Taiwan since the 1980s.
An incredibly unique looking beverage, Bubble tea is a Taiwanese recipe made by blending a tea base with milk, fruit and fruit juices, then adding the signature “bubbles” – yummy tapioca pearls that sit at the bottom.
So what does Bubble Tea taste like?
A sweet, cool refreshing and really delicious treat. It comes in as many flavours as there are teas and fruits, so you can pick and choose.
These delicious fruits or tea infusions can be served either piping hot or iced cold, making a delicious and ever-so-quirky drink and snack. Bubble tea is served in transparent cups with a fat straw so that – as you sip – the tapioca balls (also known as “pearls” or “boba”) come shooting up it and can be chewed as you swallow down the delicious liquid. It’s called bubble tea both because of the tapioca balls, and the floating “bubbles” created by the vigorous shaking involved in its blending.