12 Out of the Box Tea Places in Bangalore which are a must visit while you are in the city

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Are you a tea fanatic? May be, this is the most stupid question that one could have ever asked. Tea is not just an another beverage. It is a feeling that bloom with every sip and sup of it. I have not found a single person in my friends’ circles who is not a tea enthusiast and to that extent, Tea has become a part of our life. Coffee is equally addictive though but Tea is something special. Being in Bengaluru, I have always loved coffee, and beer but do you have an idea about awesome tea places in Bangalore. Let me introduce a few offbeat tea places in Bangalore which are a must visit for tea lovers. Before that, let me begin this with a tiny tale on tea which is an ode to the fervor of life and its exquisiteness.

You are an endless angelic thirst.
You are an immortal lust of night.
I crave for you from dusk to dawn.
You are a stimulus to life that often goes down.
Hey, is there a girl inside of you?
May be, that’s why people are in love with you.
If I’m a life then you are an undying voyage.
If I take the name of being crabby then you take the name of TEA.

Superb tea places in Bangalore


Makkah, as the name suggests, is a true Mecca for Tea lovers. This place can almost take you back to a century through its quaint, and whimsical kind of ambiance. It will be open for you from early morning to mid night serving the heaven-made Sulaiman tea, muffins, onion samosas, and biscuits. Makkah is one of the highly rated and admired tea places in Bangalore which is a must visit if you are in Bengaluru.

Where: Jhonson Market, Hosur Road, Bengaluru

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Chaaye Stall

If you go to commissariat road then don’t miss the ecstatic Khullar wali chai. The ambiance is as good as their Mimi’s, and Golgappa shots. You can also try lemongrass chai, oreo coffee shake, Suleman chai, and Maggi. You visit once and this will definitely become your favorite tea spot in Bangalore.

Where: Raheja Plaza, Commissariat road, Bengaluru

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Ginger Tea House

It is Sri Devi Baker’s Ginger tea of BTM Layout. If some one asks you for a tea party then get him/her here. Have a great time relishing the best ginger tea of the city along with Samosa. You can also have lemon chai, masala chai, and normal chai.

Where: Sri Devi Bakery, Opp to State Bank of Travancore, BTM Layout, Bengaluru

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The Kitchen of Joy

If you are looking for a descent and an alluring ambiance then this can be an option for you. Their mutton cutlets taste great with Masala chai and Khadak chai + Kathi Rolls is a combination made in heaven. You can also try Vegetable chop, Kashundi (Bengali mustard), and chicken cutlet.

Where: Indiranagar Double Rd, Defence Colony, Domlur, Bengaluru

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Om Made Cafe

Shout out to Koramangala guys. Try Om made cafe for ice tea, Normal Chai (mind blowing taste), and chaats. Quite expensive but it is worth visiting.


Ulsoor comparably is not a food-friendly locality and always you have to go to nearby Indiranagar or trinity to find something exciting. However, you have Chaitpatty that serves yummy Momos, Maggi, Lemon chai, Ginger chai, and Kullad Chai.

Where: Near PC Chandra Jewellers, Ulsoor Road, Bengaluru

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My Tea House

If you want to have an awesome Indian Masala chai with tea cake then note down this Tea point called ‘My Tea House’ of Banashankari. It is the place where you can relish the Arabian tea served with dates and jaggery. Of course, Sulaim man chai is the best bet of all time but don’t miss trying chai cake and coffee cake.

Where: Jyoti Nivas Main Road Junction, KHB Colony, Koramangala 5th Block, Bengaluru


Infinitea is known for its ambiance and hospitality. If you are planning to have a business meeting or meeting a new person then I suggest you go for Infinitea. They have an amazing flavor of Masala chai, Giner Chai, and their menu looks so drooling that it will prompt you to order more. Do not forget to try Egyptian tea, Hibiscus tea with Chicken satay.

Where: ESI Hospital Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

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Tea shot is a tea cafe started by a group of tea enthusiasts with an intention to bring World’s best tea to your table. Right from flavorsome soothing tea, craving cardamom tea, Mast Masala tea, to Assam, and Darjeeling tea, Teashot is a place that is known for preparing tea with the tea leaves certified by the gardens of Srilanka, Darjeeling, Assam, and Nilgiris.

Where: Varthur Main Road, Ramagondanahalli, Whitefield, Bengaluru

Open: 11AM – 10 PM

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Dial a Chai

Are you too lazy to step out of the home? No worries. You have Dial a Chai that delivers tea to your doorstep. Hold on. Along with tea, do not forget to order their hot pakodas, sandwiches, and Paranthas.

Where: Koramangala 4th Block, Bengaluru

Open: 7 AM to 11 PM

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Tea Journey

Tea journey is not a tea shop, it’s not a hotel and it’s not a dhabaha either. It is a tea leaf store where tea lovers can create their own blends of tea. It is a great place to experiment and taste different flavors of tea and walking up to it every morning is a bliss.

Where: Indiranagar, Bengaluru.

Paani Kum Chai

The name itself is enough for you to go and try this awesome tea spot in Bengaluru. Feeling lousy or wanna hang out with friends then Paani kam chai is your place. Order their burgers, rolls, cutlets and make an awesome two with lemon or milk tea.

Where: 1st Main Rd, HBR Layout 1st Block, Stage 1, HBR Layout, Bengaluru

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This was the list of tea places in Bangalore where you can have some good tea time. If you know any places of this kind then please share with us in the comments below.

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