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Chai, Pakoda And Chatter: Sip Away Your Monsoon Blues With Cups Of Kullad Chai At These Places

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Among the handful of things, that can dispel the gloom of the monsoon and add a zing to it - kullad chai ranks pretty high! A kullad full of chai can perk you up and is, of course, the perfect accompaniment to your plate of bhajjis or slurpy Maggi. Here’s where you can sip on kullad chai in the city: 


This laidback hangout in Indiranagar is ideal for a tea time outing. Pair your kullads,  brimming with chai, with plates of soupy Maggi or comforting momos. If you are looking for more than nibbles, then, plates of pasta and mini pizzas will come to your rescue.

Tea Brew

Tea lovers will have a blast at this cafe on Indiranagar’s Double Road. They’ll fill up your kullads with masala chai or elaichi and ginger flavours. They also serve up great Assam tea in kullads. When your tummy growls, you can tuck into chilli cheese toast, Mexican fries, and Barbeque Chilli Wings. 

Kullad Cafe

A popular joint in BTM Layout, Kullad Cafe is a compact place that reels in plenty of tea aficionados. You can slurp on your hot, hot chai while biting into aloo parathas, poha, and pakoras. They serve coffee in kullads too!

Bharatiya Jalpan

Stopping by this swanky chaat shop for a quick bite? Then, don’t forget to order up their stout, kullads filled with fragrant chai. Once you are done with the refreshing tea, you can turn your attention to their Pav Bhaji, dhoklas, malpuas and whatnot.

Nasta Wasta

The menu here is loaded with the best quick bites India has to offer. You can go with masala dosas, chole bhature, and puris too. The menu also lists thalis and a variety of curries. Finish up, of course, with a kullad filled with ginger tea or a lemon one. You can also settle in with their special masala tea or a piping, hot coffee.

Shagun Sweets And Foods

This busy sweet shop sets itself apart from the crowd by serving up Tandoori Kullad Chai! They warm up the kullads in a tandoor and then fill them up with tea till it bubbles over. This ensures your tea is warmer than usual and yummier too!