Tea, in almost every culture, began its journey as an imperial drink before it could become affordable for common man & woman. Considered one of the most royal drinks to welcome an important guest or an auspicious occasion, tea has such fascinating versions & stories from around India & the world.
Be royalty & join us for an afternoon of a RoyalTea. Traditions of yesteryear become trends of tomorrow - let's experience them today in a delightful dining experience - a lunch paired with teas and let the stories unfold ( feel free to bring yours to share!).
Sign up before 24th July or until it is booked out.
Dress code: Be royal, be yourself.
Tea paired Lunch Menu
Adrak Wali Chai
Chai needs no introduction. It’s the world’s most popular and most consumed tea form.
Food pairing: Mughlai Kashmiri
Sheermaal (paneer (v) / Duck (NV)
Dhungar Baingan, Yellow maize crisps, Microgreen
Glenburn Moonshine Darjeeling (First Flush)
Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859 set in the Himalayas overlooking the magnificent Kanchenjunga, Glenburn Tea Estate in Darjeeling offers the most luxurious & royal experience one could ever find.
Food Pairing: Nawabi Awadhi
Organic Yoghurt kebab (v) Or Zafrani murgh champ (NV)
Hydroponic vegetables, pomegranate salad
Mokalbari, Assam STGFOP (Second Flush)
Nestled at the South bank of Brahmaputra River in Upper Assam, the river originating from the glaciers brings with it an abundance of sandy loam soil ideal for tea plantation.
Food Pairing: Indian Royal Inspirations
(served with a side of Dal zafran, Kashmiri Pulao & Khus Khus ki roti)
Rogan josh, Nizami seekh, aloo katli gateaux, kalezi raita
Or Potato wrapped Seabass & Kashmiri Gaad curry Or
Achari rajma risotto, Crumble edamame seekh
Food pairing :
Apple Jalebi with Rabri Gelato
English Royalty The Earl Grey
Sometimes royal tastes can be simple. Earl Grey is the Queen’s favorite tea. A black tea flavored with bergamot oil, it’s the only tea ever named after a British Prime Minister.