-By Dharmendar Kanwar
Don't go by the name... Tapri, which means a small, temporary shed, is anything but. This tea bar is fully air conditioned, well furnished and funky. It has taken pains to maintain the ambience and informality that marks a roadside tea stall but has improved upon it so that youngsters and the not-so-young can happily hangout here. Tapri offers more than fifty varieties of tea and a decent selection of light meals. Try their Black Currant Iced Tea, Hibiscus Iced Tea, Cutting Chai, Jasmine Pearl and Lemon Mint Tea. Snacks are available too, like sandwiches (Paneer Sandwich, Corn Sandwich), Vada Pao, Maggie, Maska Brun and pastas (Pasta in Red Sauce). The prices are quite reasonable and it has become so popular that youngsters seem fine with waiting outside if there's no space indoors. It can seat fifty people very comfortably and another twenty in a slightly crunched manner.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Tapri is a concept restaurant, it is a platform for friends and co-workers to come together and have a good conversation over a cup of tea. There is possibly every variety of tea available here, from Wake Up Sid to Cutting Chai and Darjeeling Tea. Also there are light food to go with the tea like sandwich and maggi. Overall I love coming to this place especially during winters that requires a good cup of tea to awaken the senses. Tapri is a delightful and creating motivating environment for me and my friends.
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