Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House in Bandra summer menu is refreshing

I am not a Bandra girl but whenever I walk through its tiny lanes, it surprises me with something new. This time I happen to visit a tea house. Bengalis and tea houses have an eternal romance. We love our tea. (These days I love my Americano too). I visited Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House on a late afternoon thinking that the menu won’t have much to offer. To my surprise, it was brimming with healthy options. Cocooned in a charming, old-worldly Bandra lane, the Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House is based out of a quaint bungalow that retains its vintage look. Each room has a dedicated theme and an old worldly charm. This place is in a small lane ahead of Lilavati hospital, diagonally opposite to bungalow 9. Very simple yet stylish decor. Pretty Moroccan blue and white decor, and an extremely courteous staff well versed with the elaborate tea menu they serve make this place stand out from the crowd. I tried the Gulukand Paan Chai and was blown over by its refreshing flavour.

I would come directly to the food that I tried that day.

Soya Keema– Crispy brun with a vegan and smooth version of keema.

Taj Mahal Tea House Bandra

Soya Keema

Cheela Oat Wrap Omelette – Thin oat omelette stuffed with a silken tofu raita, sprouts and tomato chutney.

Taj Mahal Tea House Bandra

Oat Chela Wrap

Crunchy Vegetable Tian – Freshly grilled veg on Goan achard, makai atta bread, micro green mesclun, garlic chips and pesto.

Taj Mahal Tea House Bandra

Vegetable Tian

Royal Falooda Rose Matcha flavour– Garnished with pistachio, almond slivers, khoya ice cream, gulkand, dry grapes, vermicelli, tapioca pearl and basil seeds.

Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House

Royal Falooda Rose Matcha

All the people looking at options to beat the summer heat can try Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House. Their summer menu includes tropical refreshing ingredients such as mango, pudina, khus and nimbu! I am planning to try their Earlgrey Lassi on my next visit. The most unusual and un-classical version of a lassi, with bergamote notes. Sounds interesting!

Have you been to any Tea House? Any other recommendations for me? Please leave your comments below.

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