A new cafe serving up bubble tea, bao buns and frozen yoghurt has opened its doors in Bradford.

Hailed as a destination for the city's bubble tea enthusiasts, Mowchi can be found on Great Horton Road.

Mowchi was founded in Birmingham by a young entrepreneur, Syeda Kayanath, and has already proven popular on TikTok.

As a female founder, Syeda hopes to inspire more women to shatter stereotypes and follow their dreams.

After its grand opening earlier this month, Mowchi’s well known bao buns and fries combo are officially on the menu.

Asian Image: The calming decor at MowchiThe calming decor at Mowchi (Image: Newsquest, Mike Simmonds)

In a social media post, a spokesperson said: “Bradford truly did open with a bang.

“Our bao buns launch on 9th august and we’re ready to make bradford bubbly! it’s time for #MYMOWCHI.”

In another post, the spokesperson added: “Bao buns have come to Mowchi Bradford. Your favourite bubble tea shop just got better.

Asian Image: A cosy place to sit at MowchiA cosy place to sit at Mowchi (Image: Newsquest, Mike Simmonds)

“Immerse yourselves into our soft dough buns filled with tasty fresh fillings. Pair with a fries of your choice - are you feeling CAJUN or a-bit CHEEKI?”

The bubble tea menu offers classic favourites like brown sugar milk tea as well as mixed fruit teas to pistachio Spanish iced latte with tapioca.

Customers can customise their drinks with various toppings, including tapioca pearls, popping bubbles, and jelly.

Asian Image: Fruiti Mowchi bubble teaFruiti Mowchi bubble tea (Image: Newsquest, Mike Simmonds)

Mowchi said every beverage is “meticulously crafted using high-quality ingredients” while people can expect a “personalised and unforgettable bubble tea experience”.

The website reads: “Our minimalistic, zen and relaxing bubble tea shop is a haven for tea enthusiasts, offering an exciting range of tantalising drinks that will leave you craving for more.”

Asian Image: Frowchi toppings and tapioca pearls for bubble tea Frowchi toppings and tapioca pearls for bubble tea (Image: Newsquest, Mike Simmonds)

The decor is described as an enchanting, serene space that combines modern aesthetics with a cosy ambience.

Mowchi also offers a range of savoury bao buns, frozen yoghurt known as ‘frowchi’, and coffees.

Bao bun flavours include the tiger teriyaki and katsu kapow.

Mowchi's 'milki' bubble tea flavours include brown sugar, vanilla, chocolate, taro, latte and matcha. 

Meanwhile brand’s ‘fruiti’ flavours include mango, passion, peach, strawberry, watermelon, and kiwi.

Earlier this month, Sumera Hussain, the franchisee of Mowchi Bradford, said: "We are so excited to bring the Mowchi Franchise and the best bubble tea to the diverse and vibrant community of Bradford - our goal is to provide a refreshing and enjoyable experience to our customers by serving delicious bubble tea, but also with a cheeky bao bun and frozen yoghurt because, why not?

"This is why Bradford should get excited about all Mowchi has to offer.”