Tea, Scones, Meals, And Wine At This Charming Cafe

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Infinitea can make all kinds of tea lovers very happy, be it chai connoisseurs or fans of fruity and floral infusions. But we're actually here to tell you about the great value for meals they serve! For INR 2,000 you get a four course meal with enough food for a famished diner, or a reasonably hungry pair (yes you can share it!), all with a glass of wine should you want it. Choose one option each from the salad, entree, mains and dessert, all chef's signatures.

We loved the Raw mango salad, and the estate salad. The Satay chicken and juicy beef sliders are worth a try (the beef was juicy, and the buns are made in house). The ravioli options won't disappoint no matter which you have, even though we're partial to the sweet potato, feta, and mustard in burnt butter sauce. For something more hearty, try the Mexican chicken with brown rice. What we love is that equal importance has been given to vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, so don't worry about dietary preferences. When it comes to dessert, they've hit it all out of the park. Paired with tea, our top picks would be the Flourless Crillon Cake, Baked New York Cheese Cake, and Chocolate Ganache Tart. 

If it's not a meal and wine you seek, the snacking options to pair with tea here is endless. Our favourite are the crumbly English scones served with cream and blueberry jam. Steamed chicken momos and flaky Bengali style samosas, and mini spinach pies work well with tea or as a starter. 

With inputs from Ahalya Acharya


Whatever your dietary needs, they can accommodate you, both on their regular menu as well as the course meals. Vegan, gluten free, keto, they'll do it to the best of their abilities and resources if you ask. 


Amrita is a cat lady, mommy to a fiesty toddler, hoarder of cookbooks and indie magazines, and a serial watcher of crime shows. Also loves the Kardashians and Eva Chen to bits.