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Located in multiple places, Chaayos is a popular cafe and much-loved for serving a variety of tea options and quick snacks. This modern version of a tea stall is clean and hygienic and great if you are craving for a hot cup of tea. The cosy corners are seamless for spending quality time with your loved ones over a delightful indulgence into an assortment of snacks and tea. Sabudana Tikki, Keema Pav, Matar Kulcha are some of the snacks that go well with tea and are flavoursome too.
I was there for a quick meeting and I must say my presence was complimented by the teas and the sacks offered by the retail chain. The concept of the outlet is good and they serve the tea in a clay pot. Overall, I had a good experience.
My first & last visit in chaayos,double the pricing,ambience good but qty less,verh high price ,it's better going out side and have cutting chai in Mumbai,that yo awesome compare to chaayoos.....with no oash. There are many options outside in mumbai Street from cutting adrak chai to tandoor chai. With your one chai I can buy one rum ka peg will get better feel..... ..
Visited this place with a group of friends and had an awesome time and food there. Staff is quite friendly and cooperative.
Chaayos is one of the best place at present for all those urban animals surviving in this concrete forest chai (Tea) is most important part of any Indian we wake up we need chai we are exhausted we need chai we are just sitting we need chai when it rains we need chai so this brand chaayos is proving huge and extensive variety of tea which includes all varieties of Indian chai, desi signature chai and classic english tea served with superb and fine combinations which we usually eat at home also but here you will find a twist in every dish u try. A new concept but accepted by everyone paradise for tea lovers as you can sit and start sippin and munchin. We ordered following Kulhad Chai : special saffron masala chai served in kulhad Sulemani nimbu chai : refreshing black lemon chai Samosa matar chaat : crispy samosa with matar and tangy imli chutney tastes exquisite. Kulhad matar kulcha : most famous street food of delhi matar kulcha served with twist in kulhad super sumptuous. Egg white chaat & Bhelpuri full of masala. Prompt and courteous staff. P. S. Only for tea lovers not for coffee freak.
Chaayos has gradually become our adda for chit chatting and sipping our favourite brew, the chai! We love how the chain welcomes different seasons and festivals and this time they have got Monsoon! We tried their monsoon menu launched recently and lasting till monsoon lasts! Four new variants have been entered in the menu viz. bhelpuri chaat, samosa matar chaat, egg white chaat and chicken keema papdi chaat! Sipping our favourite kulhad chai, we ordered bhelpuri and samosa matar chat from the new menu and kulhad pao bhaji and paneer thepla taco from the regular menu! Doing full justice to the season the bhelpuri is one of a kind with the essence of tamarind dominating the dish and the sweetness of chutney making its presence felt in between. Nevertheless, the dish leaves a strong taste on the palate that stays for long. The samosa matar chaat is again an evolved version where samosa is cut into four and placed strategically on a bed of boiled matar (some call it chole) along with mint chutney and tamarind chutney with spices sprinkled all over. The presence of crushed bhuna jeera acted as a catalyst in enhancing the taste of the dish overall. The pao bhaji was a delight with bhaji served in small kulhads. The bhaji had a tantalizing flavour and a lovely texture making us drool all over. We tried thepla for the first time and found it decent with paneer cubes, sev namkeen, jalapenos and chutney forming its filling. Served with thousand island dip, we found this one worth trying atleast once! Not to forget our all-time favourite kulhad chai with a dash of saffron over it rejuvenating our senses to the core! All in all, like always we had a lovely experience and looking forward to more such events! Cheers ;)