-By Marryam H Reshii
Feasting is a way of life at Triveni Kala Sangam, whether it is your eyes indulging in the art exhibitions in the galleries here or your taste buds delighting themselves at the Triveni Tea Terrace. Old-timers, artists and art students can be seen sipping hot cups of tea on the terrace. In other parts of the city, there are addas for the fashion world and other professions, so it's only fitting that the art world has its space. You can expect some familiar fare of home-style Paratha, Shami Kebab, Keema Matar, Paneer Bhurji, Jeera Aloo, Kadhi Chawal, Rajma Chawal and Vegetable Pulao. Do also try the Walnut Brownie and, in season, the Falsaa Juice here. Enjoy a quiet meal at this sangam of the worlds of food and art.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Whenever I cross from CP, I prefer to visit Triveni Tea Terrace. It is a nice place, where you can sit relax and talk. From Parathas to Shami Kebabs and from Keema Matar to Rajma Chawal, everything is available at the least possible price. The Walnut Brownie is amazingly delicious here. Triveni Tea Terrace is just one place in Delhi, where I and my friends used to hangout a lot.
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