Now either that’s too tall a claim or they are taking advantage of the fact that it is very difficult to do that sort of maths. But leaving everything aside it is true that tea is not only relished by every Indian, it is an essential part of their daily lives and a great stress buster. Our country not only consumes the largest amount of tea in the world but is also one of its biggest exporters.
We were served with Mint Lemonade which was really welcome owing to the heat outside, and it certainly was refreshing. After we settled down we tried Kullad Chai. The server told me that it’s the Masala Tea that’s inside the kullad. Actually, I found it too mild to be called a masala tea. I associate Kullad Chai with railway stations and the tea prepared by those small vendors is so strong that it gives a really good kick. Apart from being mild, the Masala tea served by Chaayos didn’t taste much of spices. However I liked the fact that it wasn’t too sweet and there was a good saffron flavour in it.
Disclaimer – This review was done on an invitation from the establishment. Views expressed in the review is entirely ours and without any bias. Pictures of the dishes are not the standard portions, they are sample portions.