Ten-Second Takeaway

The one-stop-shop for all things tea, Infinitea also brings that charming tearoom atmosphere to the city with its lovely brews and a big menu of bites and mains to go with India’s favourite drink.

Chow Down

English Scones, Steamed Chicken Momos, Bengali Samosas, Fettuccine with Black Pepper and Mushrooms in a Creamy White Sauce

Sip On

Tea, tea and more tea. Second Flush Vintage Darjeeling Tea

Winning For

Old fashioned tea room with plenty of character, lovely estate teas and English scones served with clotted cream and jam.

Lowdown On The Ambience

Although Infinitea has all the makings of an old fashioned tea room, its decor is pretty modern with wrought iron furniture, a wall completely covered with shelves housing teas in jars {at the Cunningham Road branch} and super friendly staff.

What’s On The Menu?

Infinitea-in

The snacking options to pair with tea here is endless. Our favourite are the crumbly English scones served with cream and blueberry jam. The scones are not too sweet and let the condiments shine through. Steamed chicken momos and flaky Bengali style samosas, stuffed with spicy potatoes and dotted with peas are other partners-in-crime of the teas served at Infinitea. Their selection of pizzas, pastas and grills are all quite extensive and we love tucking into the fettuccine cooked with mushrooms in a white sauce and seasoned with an extra dash of freshly ground pepper.

Time To Tea

Infinitea-i

Infinitea can make all kinds of tea lovers very happy. Whether you are a fan of Masala chai, love your flavoured infusions, or a pukka tea drinker {only tea leaves please. No dust}, Infinitea’s vast tea menu is meant to please varied palates. But we are partial to their Second Flush Vintage Darjeeling Tea. The tea ceremony at Infinitea is really special with a traditional hourglass keeping time while the tea brews in a transparent glass pot. The Vintage Darjeeling brew is golden in colour, delicate in taste, and is best had with just a splash of milk {we prefer ours without sugar or milk} at best.

So, We’re Thinking…

The really good quality Darjeeling tea and the ceremony associated with it. Plus, the scones with lashings of cream and jam {Anyone else having an Enid Blyton moment?}. And if you like any of their teas {all grown in North Bengal at owner Gaurav Saria’s tea estates}, then you can even order them online from Infinitea’s e-tea store.

Where: 2, Shah Sultan Complex, Cunningham Road; and 26, ESI Hospital Road, HAL 2nd Stage, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar

When: 11am-11pm

Contact: 080 41148810 {Cunningham Road} and 080 41265258 {Indiranagar}

Price: INR 800 for two {approx.}

Find them on Facebook here.

Check out their website here.

Photos: Infinitea