Sip Over 15 Varieties Of Chai At This Café In Bengaluru
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Chai lovers in Bengaluru! You can’t miss out on these 15 different varieties of Chai at Chai Galli.

What’s It?

The love for chai has no bounds and you can experience that at Chai Galli in Bengaluru. Chai Galli, an artsy cafe serving over 15 different varieties of chai, is the place to be in the evenings. Immerse yourself in the fragrant teas and choose from the many varieties over here. Hot tea combined with an artsy Bollywood décor is something what you need after a tiring day at work.

Ranging from Cutting Chai to Kashmiri Kahwa, you have quite a few other options to choose from. Served in a kettle accompanied with a tiny Parle G packet, Chai Galli’s refreshing Adrak Chai is what you need to shun away your midweek blues.

Served in a kettle for two or four people, their Masala Chai is what you should start your meal with, however you can also go for their classic Cutting Chai. The Chai menu doesn’t stop there, you can also try their Tusli Chai, Rajasthani Chai, Minted Herbal Tea or their Dragon Balls handcrafted tea.
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What Else?

Chai and a gossip session has to be accompanied with something to munch on, hence this cafe has a wide ranged food menu. Serving from a Vada Pav to a Panini, Chai Galli is here to satiate your hunger pangs. Their broccoli green pasta, priced at ₹220, was our personal favorite. This cafe also serves Maggi, because what else can be a better duo than Chai and Maggi. Their Angrezi Maggi, maggi with an interesting twist, is a must try on the menu. In conclusion, a refreshing drink, an aesthetic decor, some lip smacking food can never hurt nobody.
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Deets

Address: 59, Ground Floor, Opposite Jyoti Niwas College, Koramangala 5th Block, Bangalore
Timings: 7:30am – 10:30pm
Cost: ₹450 for two people (approx.)

 

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Tushal Kukreja
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