Meet Fresh in Long Island City
Meet Fresh is a Taiwanese dessert and milk tea chain with locations in Asia, the United States, the UK, and Australia. Its corporate headquarters are located in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Currently, Meet Fresh has more than 450 locations across the globe. It uses the VariPOS 715 POS system.
Meet Fresh is a Taiwanese dessert and milk tea shop
Meet Fresh is a Taiwanese dessert and milk tea shop that has locations around the world. It opened its first location in Richmond in 2016 and just opened its second location in Vancouver last week. The new Long Island City location will be its third in New York City.
The company started in Taichung, Taiwan, and opened its first location in the U.S. in Irvine, California in 2007. Meet Fresh has opened many locations in Taiwan and has dozens of other locations in the United States. It also has several locations in New York and Texas.
In addition to offering a large selection of Taiwanese desserts, the shop has a variety of milk teas. The desserts are made using traditional ingredients. The selection includes over 150 varieties. The desserts can be enjoyed with milk tea or with a variety of toppings.
It uses a VariPOS 715 POS system
The VariPOS 715 POS system is a new generation of high-end POS. It features a fanless, waterproof design, and a flat capacitive projected screen. It comes in three different colors. It was developed to address the needs of businesses in difficult environments and includes enhanced performance and enhanced security features.
It has a stylish design
MeetFreshsleek design is a nod to Taiwanese culture. With cream and pastel pink walls, neon signage and natural lighting, the restaurant features an eye-catching atmosphere that’s both stylish and efficient. The menu is written in both Chinese and English, and the ceiling is adorned with traditional red Chinese lanterns. The restaurant also offers a large selection of all-natural food items.
The food at Meet Fresh is healthy, fresh and delicious. The selection includes a variety of desserts, including tofu puddings, mung bean cake, sesame mochi, and peanut mochi. There are also taro balls, which come in two versions – hot and cold. The cold version is topped with sweet potatoes or rice balls, while the hot version includes red beans, rice balls, and melon jelly.