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If in Srinagar your visit is incomplete without a visit to this place.
The esthetics of this place pleases your soul. The book brightness of the light will warm your hearth and just the right cuppa of tea to soothe your soul
The place is...absolutely clean, neat and tidy.
The staff is polite and prompt.
The service is good.More
You have certain places which touch you differently - chai jaai being one . Extremely well conceptualized, lovely decor and a breathtaking view . The warmth and hospitality is unparalleled - the menu is a delight . The cutlery and bakery are outstanding. Love this...place for sure.More
One must visit this place to enjoy the kahwa with spectacular view. The decor, the music , the place everything has a story to tell...
one must visit this place if you are in srinagar. its a refreshing experience and one of my favourites.
Came here with a group of friends and kids to get refreshments and light snacks after a day of walking around in various gardens in Srinagar. The "outside" seating area is rather small and cozy but offered a good view overlooking a canal. Decor was...pleasant with what appeared to be hand-painted patterns on the wall. Menu has a wide selection of moderately priced appetizers, pizza, entrees and beverages. I had the Iced coffee with a scoop of ice cream and a chicken pizza (both very good). Other members of my party had crepes, kahwa, chai and assorted snacks and were satisfied with their orders. Service was relatively good (compared to the average here). Although not spectacular, this place is place offers a refreshing respite after a day of exploring the lake and gardens of Srinagar.More
I walked into Chai Jaai, a cafe with a quaint old world charm which it retains through its interiors as well as crockery. I was alone but I spent a good two hours sipping Selim Hill Spring Darjeeling Green Tea. The tea was served in...a colourful porcelain tea set accompanied by a timer which had 2 settings of light, medium and strong. I ordered a Kashmiri bread called Sheermal which was available salty as well sweet. If you have time then you should just sit by the window and watch the people sailing or walking on the bund. Kahwa was being served in majestic metal Samovars.
Until now I hadn’t tasted Kahwa, the Kashmiri tea, I had heard so much about.More