Am sure that each one of you would agree that in a country like India, where tea is consumed by millions, the day ain’t far when Tea could be declared as the National Beverage :p
But jokes apart, everyone is aware of the fact that India has a small but growing business of tea cafe and a lot many such places have come up lately, trying to serve tea in a different way.
A few days ago, I ordered from the Tpot Cafe, the place is about 4 years old that started with its very first outlet in Malviya Nagar and now has 28 outlets across Delhi NCR. Their aim is to provide tea and snacks at par with the quality that 5 Stars offer but at affordable prices. Their quick and timely delivery services differentiate them from others in the market.
LET’S TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE TO OFFER ON YOUR PALATE
They have a variety of Tea, Coffee, Coolers and Snacks to offer.
Here’s what I had
Paan Mojito: If you are a paan lover, you would love this drink for sure. They use paan and mint leaves which makes the drink quite refreshing.
Virgin Mojito: Just about the usual that you would find at any other place.
Lemon Ice tea: This drink gives you the true flavours of tea leaves along with a hint of lemon in it.
Kulhad mein Bhel: What could be more better than getting your favourite street food, bhel puri in an old age traditional earthen cup known as the Kulhad? I really liked the fact that they did not add too much of lemon/chutneys to it which in turn maintained the crispness of the snack.
Keema Pav: It sure is a delight to all the Keema lovers out there
Mumbai Pav Bhaji: Tasted just about average, only if they’d added more butter and lemon to the bhaji, it could have been better!
Suggestion to the management: A bigger bun (pav) size and an increase in the quantity of keema and bhaji would be great 🙂
₹500 for two(approx)