Walk Into The Mad Teapot For A Quiet Cuppa & Beautiful Home Decor

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What Makes It Awesome

The fact that it takes you back to your childhood {if  you were an Enid Blyton reader, that is}. The dishes are named after the characters of the enchanted forest: Think Moonface Madness, Silky’s Toasties etc. The décor is really warm and pretty; perfect for Delhi winter. As to what you have to try for sure on your trip here - Roasted Pumpkin Salad, Pesto Flatbread, and order their Cappuccino or Cinnamon Iced Tea to wash it all down. 

It’s a ‘catching up with friends’ over coffee kind of place so head here during the day. Plus you can also indulge in a mini-retail bout and pick up knick knacks such as tea sachets, tea mugs, flasks and cupcakes.

When you're waiting for your food to arrive, be sure to check out their decor section. They've got everything from lights and lamps to crockery, cushion covers, and planters on sale.

Many a times they host workshops and events; these include the likes of calligraphy, macrame, origami and sculptures. Follow them on Instagram and Facebook in case you want to time your visit while one of them is on.

What Could Be Better?

It’s a small joint, so it has very limited seating - only about five tables. Also, there are no bathrooms so you have to traipse all the way to the common ones in the mall.


Ritika is the Art Director at Child Magazine. She loves exploring the city: from the eclectic Shahpur Jat stores to eating timeless food at Paranthewali Gali, she wants to taste it all.