You Are Not A Verified Chai Lover If You Have Not Visited This Place

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What Makes It Awesome?

Do you know what’s more trending than Kylie Jenner or Virat Kohli? The Irani Chai (if you are unaware of this form of tea, level up your tea game with this blog) indeed, which has won over the hearts of tea lovers.

Every person has their favourite Chai Adda, and we disclose ours! The Qutuz Irani Tea in Mira Road is crowded constantly from dusk till dawn, selling their famous Irani Chai and siders like Bun muska, Kadak pav etc. Their Irani Chai is NOT worth missing. Rightfully creamy, you can even choose to add on Malai in your tea. If you’re in this town, take a ride here, as it’s nearby the station and the main road too.

Began from a narrow shop which hardly had space for people to walk in and sit on the tables to sip in the tea, today owns a space as big as a restaurant just beside it. The true story of patience and hard work we believe and they are worth it!

They have an immense fan following as you’ll find the poorest to the richest waiting in the queue patiently to get their cups of enlightenment. They have now started serving Kheema pav and Maggi (served even early mornings) too. The thought of dipping the Buttery Bun (Bun muska), soaking the goodness of the creamy Irani Chai and taking a bite of it, yes, that smile is what it is worth for.

What Could Be Better?

They follow concept of self service whereas mentioned above about the expansion, they can upgrade it to Table service.

How Much Did It Cost?

Under ₹500

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