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While there are plenty of coffee shops in every nook and corner, there are hardly any tea rooms in comparison. This particular tea room is a pretty spot tucked away behind Flora Fountain. Step inside and it is baby powdered blue coloured walls, chandelier and Portuguese titled floor seem to make you feel like you have walked into an upscale Macaroon store in the streets of Paris or London. Behind the long display of tea is a cafe that serves a range of snacks and meals to accompany your tea of choice. 'Bagels', 'Mezze Platters', 'Cheese Toast', 'Risotto', 'Hummus' and more make up their appetizer and main course menu. You can easily eat an entire meal here and wash it down with some tea and dessert. It helps that each dish on the menu had a tea suggested that compliments each other.
the initial visual impact is certainly very pleasing to the eye. Do not look too closely at the decor but take in the elegant chinaware in the glass cases and the layout in the display cases. Do not bother about the kitschy gilt on the pillars and the even kitschier chandeliers. The interior designer may have been confused. Plastic place mats, clunky brass tableware with fine china. Odd mix. lovely soup bowl served without an underplate!! Untrained waiters poor service. OK enough of the negatives. Go there for the food and even better desserts. The spinach and asparagus soup had the most delicate flavour of wasabi perfectly blended. The zucchini lasasnge was well seasoned and a lovely bite with great textures. the burrito bowl was ok. The vegan poached pear and the hazelnut mousse with candied popcorn were masterchef material. textures flavours and beauty all present in loads. A hardened meat eater, I was happy to eat meatless that night. Go for the food but wear sunglasses to mute the atmosphere. Yes it was noisy, so go late when the families have eaten their fill and are too sated to yell.
Ever since I had seen this beautiful cafe at Fort I was planning to visit. Tried searching on internet and got to know about its unique concept of luxury teas over 100 of them being served. We started with Frappes of 1) Blueberry 2) Matcha and Mint. Both frappes were perfect with whipped cream, ice cream. Matcha had perfect flavours of Matcha tea and the sprinkled mint powder gave superb burst of mint flavour. They also serve some savoury items and we had : 1) Chilli Cheese Toast 2) Pesto Panini. Both of these were good, spicy. Couldnt have imagined to get amazing sandwiches at such cafe which is more focused on teas. We kept the best for the last and so ordered their Tea and tea infused Latte. 1) Orange Rooibos : First of all they serve teas in such a beautiful expensive cutlery that one can literally steal it and take it home. Oh ofcourse they are also available to purchase. So this latte had their Orange Rooibos tea infused with cream milk (hot) This tea is said to have numeraous health benefits, apart from that it is quite fragrant. The orange tangy flavours did the work. loved the overall blend, we had it with pistachio cookies. 2) Luscious Litchi Tea : Wow! This was served in a superb beautiful tea pot and when it arrived, the aroma just pleased us. The Litchi nectar is blended with darjeeling tea making it a great combination of flavours. This is brewed traditionally with only hot water. Litchi flavour is so perfect but not overpowering the darjeeling tea. Im not a tea person but this had me, Im a fan and curious to try out other variants. The pricing is perfect according to the tea quality and uniqueness, there is no other place that can serve such amazing tea combinations. With such beautiful ambiance, huge options of teas one can spend hours reading their book, talking to loved ones.
▪A luxurious and tea defining experience. There are very few moments in food blogging when you come closer not only to the food but also gain some knowledge about it. ▪Being a blogger i was lucky to be invited at the per launch of the Tasse De Thè which means in english translation "Cup Of Tea". We were hosted by Mr. Jiten sheth who is not just the co-founder of this place but also India's first certified tea blender with gives a specials touch to the tea over here. They have around 300 different types of tea. ▪The interior is classy and simple with maximum use of light blue,pink and green colour. They have two section, as you enter they have their retail section where you can see all the cups and a hugh rack of jar fillled with different tea and gift items. Other section is the cafe area which has with cozy couches and chairs as well as a tea bar counter with chandeliers on the top which makes it absolutely beautiful. ▪recommendation:- *Artichoke with apple and truffle *Rocket and pear salad *Mexican rice *Smoke cottage cheese stick *Yogurt parfait ▪Things i tired out:- 1. Watermelon gazpacho:- It is cold soup with watermelon pieces inside it and above the plate with black pepper sprinkle from the above to spice up the soup. (Must try) 2. Artichoke with apple and truffle:- artichoke soup at it best. It taste similar to a mushroom soup a smooth texture with small scoop apple balls to have it with the soup and some artichoke chips over it. (Highly recommended). 3. Blue pea quinoa:- quinoa served with mint vinaigrette and feta sauce over it. Separately none not of the ingredient would surprise you but together they taste really good. 4. Rocket and pear salad:- Pear soaked in maple syrup absolutely sweet and refreshing with spinach and thin slices off raddish below the salad with some feta cheese inside it. Pear was the star of the dish but quantity of the feta cheese could be increased. 5. Broccoli cake:- mash fine broccoli with cherry tomatoes coulis on the top. The taste was really blend. The sauce beside the broccoli paste couldnt lift up the taste either. Tesse de thè needs to work on this dish. 6. Smoke cottage cheese stick:- something new and unusual dish to try. Cottage chesse stick to sugarcane pieces like a kabab served with mint chutney ,one can even eat up the sugarcane at the end. (Must try). 7. Baked poutine:- potatoes cut into small pieces, fried and top with salt and pepper covered with chedder and processed cheese. 8. Yogurt parfait:- a yogurt bar with blueberry foaming thing with to eat with. The taste of yogurt could be easily felt in the cold ice cream and berry taste was mesmerizing. (Highly recommended). 9. Chocolate sphere:- a chocolate made into a shape of Cinderella chariot with a small shoes with it, chocolate ball filled with coconut flavoured cream with some nutella soil on the outside. Presentation was beautiful but the taste of coconut totally ruin it. *suggestion:- to keep it more on chocolatey end and aviod the coconut cream. All and all it was a really new experience in food and knowledge of tea and their aroma and the way how it is to drunk. Taste:-4.5 Ambience:-5 Service:-4 Value for money:-4
very good food. All vegetarian. Good varieties. Good ambience and service. Quite a tasty food. Its located in Fort area and nice mid size place. I would go again with friends or family.
When you enter you have this long rows of tea cups and display of different teas. Inside is the dining and tea area. Food is veg only with emphasis on Jain too. Service is good. The food quality is really something to look forward too. We had Nachos which was delicious.