Head To Tapri House In Jaipur For Tea & Conversations In Rain

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Tapri – The Tea House in Jaipur is a rooftop joint with an amazing view that serves a wide range of teas that are absolutely soothing to your soul.

What Is It?

Started in 2010 by Ankit Bohra and Sourabh Bapna, this tea joint turned their dreams into reality by bringing to life a concept of ‘Chai Tapri’, and elevating it to restaurant level . If you’re a chai-lover and happen to be in Jaipur, Tapri’s extensive 8 page menu, dedicated entirely to tea, will spoil you for choice! The cafe serves a huge variety ranging from Cutting Tea to Darjeeling Tea.

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What’s In It?

Ankit and Sourabh have spent years in research and understanding the different categories of tea by visiting tea gardens. The idea first came when they were sipping and enjoying tea at a Tapri and thought of organizing the place they were sitting at.

Every tea and snack served at their three outlets, Tapri Pratham, Tapri Central and Tapri Ashram are made in-house and freshly prepared. Try their Chinese and Japanese Green Tea, Hibiscus Tea, and hand-beaten coffee all of which are served with Parle-G biscuits, just like any normal tapri would serve!

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Must Try: We love their Firangi Maggi, Bachelors Maggi,  Khakhra Pizza, Vada Pavs and Bun Maska, to name a few.

Deets

Address: Tapri Central, B4 E, 3rd Floor, Surana Jewellers, Opposite Central Park, C Scheme, Jaipur
Phone0141 2360245, 0141 4011713

Tapri Pratham: 43, Tonk Road, Everest Colony, Lal Kothi, Everest Colony, Jaipur                              Phone: 0141 410 1712

Tapri Ashram: Ashram Marg, Near Jawahar Circle Jaipur, Jaipur,                                                        Phone:0141 298 1608

Cost for two: ₹750

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