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One thing is for sure that tea lovers cannot imagine their life without a hot cup of tea. Chai or tea, call it whatever, surely awakens all the senses. Chai lovers need a cup of tea no matter where they are, be it simple tea, green tea or even a masala tea. A cup of tea is refreshingly flavourful and a perfect pick-me-up on a lousy day. Be it a morning dose or an evening revival; this liquid refreshment is a must for many tea lovers. Dubai has many mini joints which can be your next pit stop for some chit-chat with loved ones or friends over a cup of tea and snacks.
Raju Omlet – Along with a wide variety of egg dishes available on the menu, they also offer a special menu featuring different types of teas. Why not team an egg dish with a cup of tea of your choice? From cutting chai to masala chai, find the perfect accompaniment to your favourite egg dish.
FiLLi – Any non-tea lover will fall in love with the taste of the tea that they serve. Each sip is loaded with creamy goodness and a special zaffran masala. If you do not want this heavy preparation, go for a normal tea which is no less in taste or texture. You can also opt for a combo of samosa or paratha roll to go with it.
Tea Junction Café & Lounge – A very famous stop for many youngsters to sip on a cup of tea along with sheesha and snacks. You will be amazed to find such a huge variety on the menu. From cutting chai to international blends featuring on the menu accompanied with sheesha makes this place an interesting spot.
Chai Sai – The menu that they offer is very limited but you can surely find some of the desi varieties here such as tulsi and pudina flavoured tea. Team your tea with a paratha roll, at a very reasonable price with cute colourful interiors. Surely it is a favourite for many tea lovers in town.
Café Funkie Town – You can find some exquisite Parsi food here and it is one of the few favourite places for many bun maska lovers. Fresh buns spread with butter, which you can pair with some masala or ginger chai. Sounds so yummy!
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