By Ashita Bhandari
So engrossed have we become in drinking cups of coffees that we have almost forgotten the joy of sipping ‘garam chai’ (hot tea). The small sips of a perfectly blended tea with drops splintering in your mouth and falling on the tongue, tea lovers would know the feeling! But what is tea if not accompanied by friends, family, colleagues or simply an acquaintance.
Micky Panjwani and Roopanshi Bhatt unsatisfied with the creation of artificial excitement in places decided to do something soul filling. Their travels made them realize that eateries weren’t giving its familial tea enough importance on their menus. As coffee places found their way into every neighborhood, tea should soon reclaim its rightful place too.
Serving from one of the rarest to some of the finest ranges of teas, Tea Villa Café is growing in numbers. With nine cafes already opened in Mumbai, they aim at a proud goal of five hundred cafes across and abroad the country. They have the widest range of teas ranging from iced to milk teas, black teas, green teas, herbal teas, rooibos teas, oolong teas, white teas, and flowering green teas with an astonishing number of flavours, techniques and varieties in each category. And they don’t just specialize in these aromatic teas. Yes there’s more! They have a feast of morning breakfast options and enticing dessert options including customized waffles, eggless macaroons and more. The list doesn’t end here. There’s Italian, Lebanese, Mexican, Burmese, continental and more. All freshly made for you and your appetite.
Artsy interiors, clean kitchens and amiable servers add to the experience. We suggest the Risotto Giardino and their perfectly baked macaroons with Rooibos Bourbon tea. The genial waiters will help you pick your taste of cuisine accompanied with tea.
Tea Villa Café is a must try. All your food cravings can be satisfied at this one place with its menu of extensive dishes to choose from. All your favourites, right at one place. So sip a cup of tea and share your stories at Tea Villa café.