We loved that this place was very near to the Kankurgachi Pantaloons. It was the perfect place to stop and rest after wandering the Pantaloons for hours. It was a short walk away. I would allocate about an hour of time if you plan to do their high tea experience. (Strictly for Vegetarian though)
Initially, we were a little confuse because the main entrance doesn’t really look like a tea shop or cafe but once you walk to the upstairs, you’ll see a change in ambiance. I wouldn’t say that this tea shop give you the vibes of a high end atmosphere but instead it give you a warm and homey feeling. The aesthetic is simple and the lighting is dim. The servers were all really nice.
Tea and Tattle was absolutely delicious, comfortable and casual. I could relax and enjoy every delectable bite! I really enjoyed their Paneer Tikka Pocket Kulcha. Paneer Tikka Makhani stuffed in a Pillowy Kulcha.
It was the comfort I needed because I’ve been sick with a sore throat–otherwise, why on earth would I choose to drink hot tea on a warm day?! The tea was good. Dalchini Adrak, Tulsi Adrak, Saunf Elaichi. It was a flavourful bonanza.
Servers are also super friendly and everything is prepared quickly – I had barely sat down before my drink was done!
The menu, while being pretty limited with prices on a higher side, accomplishes what any good cafe should. They have a vast selection of sandwich, Wrap, Pasta, Pizza, Chinese and International menu along with Hot and Cold beverages. I only looked longingly at the Chocolate Monte Carlo, but you bet I’ll be back and trying this very soon.