Dessert Alert: Bibble & Sip

Bibble & Sip
253 W 51 St New York, NY 10019
(51st & 8th Ave)

“Bibble means to eat indulgently; sip implies cultured enjoyment.”
Bibble & Sip is an asian-flavor inspired bakery & cafe that frequently has lines out the door and for good reason. It’s an adorable, casual-yet-fancy, midtown treasure that serves a variety of tasty sweet & savory pastries, fantastic desserts and gourmet coffee & tea drinks. They’re known for their indulgent cream puffs, panna cotta jars, and specialty beverages like their Matcha Jasmine Latte or Lavender Latte (and cute latte art!) Plus, their mascot is a llama. So I’m not sure how you could ever dislike this place.

GO or NO?
If you want a sweet pick-me-up at a homey, high quality cafe- definitely go! I had the Matcha Cream Puff which has a bright, lovely dusting of rich, green matcha powder. The outside has a nice crunch and inside is a fabulous, sweet-but-not-too-sweet, distinctive white chocolate & matcha tea flavored creamy mousse- and lots of it! My only issue was that the puff is filled from the bottom… so my advice is to eat it upside down! I also enjoyed the creamy Matcha Jasmine Latte. The combo of tea flavors is refreshing and unique, making the drink a step above your average green tea latte.bs3Have any of you guys been before?


Chelsea is a San Francisco-based journalist whose passion revolves around exploring the world, immersing herself in foreign cultures, and of course, eating and drinking everything delicious.

Her work can be found in TravelPulse, Forbes, INSIDER, SF Gate and more. She covers all things food, drink and travel and is always up for an adventure, whether that means an adrenaline-pumping excursion or trying a new cuisine.


  1. March 14, 2016 / 9:10 pm

    I saw a video about those cream puffs last week on Facebook. I’ve put that place on my to-eat list!

    • March 14, 2016 / 9:38 pm

      Yes!! Everything there looks so delicious- I can’t wait to go back!

  2. March 14, 2016 / 9:11 pm

    Oh and in the video, they did suggest eating it upside down since it’s filled with cream from the bottom.

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