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6 Best Tea Joints in Delhi for Chaiholics

Enjoy Your Hot Cup Of Tea!!
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” There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be diminished by a nice cup of tea. “

– Bernard Paul Heroux

Chai is the real love, so the rest of the types of love can take a back seat. Did you just wake up? Have tea. Tired of chores? Enjoy your chai. Is the weather awesome? That definitely calls for a hot cup of tea with yummy snacks. So practically, from morning till dusk, it is the tea that drives our life and mood. And if you happen to be a tea lover, just like us, then you would definitely want to taste different types of tea from every corner of the world. From adrak ki chai to healthy green tea and black tea to herbal tea, there are a number of options that you can try whenever you crave for a hot cup of chai.

For all the Delhiites out there, we are listing 6 best tea joints in Delhi, which are the perfect hangout spot for all the tea lovers. And will definitely keep you warm during the chilled Dilli-ki-Sardi.

Chaayos

Who wouldn’t like to visit the place that offers its customers a total of over 12,000 ways to customize their chai? An absolute heaven for chai lovers, we would say. With several outlets across the city, Chaayos is the most popular tea joint to bond with a friend or colleague after office hours while relishing tasty sandwiches and wraps.

Chaayos
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Where– Multiple locations across Delhi (Connaught Place, Karol Bagh, Nehru Place, SDA Market, GK2, Dwarka)

Cha Bar

Cha Bar is the perfect place to have chai shots whenever you crave for them. From the cool iced teas to medicinal ayurvedic teas and fusion to diet teas, they have over 150 varieties from the best tea fields of India to try from. It is situated on the Oxford Bookstore, so you can enjoy your tea while turning the pages of books by the famous writers across the world.

Cha Bar
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Where– N-81, Oxford Bookstore, Block N, Connaught Place

Elma’s Tea Room

From décor to food, everything is so exquisite and sophisticated in this cozy café situated in the lanes of the Hauz Khas Village. You must have definitely heard their name before because of course, they serve the best bakes and cakes in the city. But did you know that they serve the best English teas where you can have an elite tea party with your girls while relishing some delicious cakes?

Elma’s Tea Room
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Where– 31, 2nd Floor, Hauz Khas Village

Jugmug Thela

Yes, we agree the name gives the feel of a chai cart, but it is a quaint tea joint in the southern area of Delhi with a limited menu and incredible ambiance. A perfect spot to spend Sunday evening with your friends relishing their masala chai and lip-smacking sandwiches. And don’t forget to click the selfie with your buddies to capture the beauty of this delightful cozy place.

Jugmug Thela
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Where– Shed 4, Khasra 258, Behind Kuldeep House, Lane 3, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saket

T’pot Café

An inviting décor with kullars make this place a must visit for epic tea lovers. Offering more than 20 kinds of teas that are served in kullars, this joint is sure to become your go-to place for sipping tea every weekend and having the heart-to-heart conversation with your beloved. They also have a small bookshelf for book lovers and board games to have fun with friends while sipping your favorite teas.

T’pot Café
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Where– C-6, Block C-105, Malviya Nagar

Triveni Terrace Café

Excellent ambiance with a beautiful outdoor seating area, this small café serves the best masala chai in the city. Perfect spot for a winter day outing, you can visit this place with your gang or loved ones to spend some quality time while sipping hot tea and relishing tummy-filling food.

Triveni Terrace Café
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Where– 205, Tan Sen Marg, Opposite FICCI Auditorium, Mandi House

A hot cup of tea is no less than an experience that stays in your memory forever. After reading about these joints, all the tea lovers must be tempted enough to visit these heavens and sip the best teas from the various diaspora of the world.

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