Tea Junction launches its first outlet in New Delhi
Tea Junction brings local Calcutta delicacies such as ‘Lebu Cha’, ‘Dimer Devil’ and ‘Baked Roshogulla’, which are proving instant delight for its consumers.
This is the chain's 50th outlet.
Inspired by the flavours of Calcutta and the colonial era, Tea Junction offers multiple food and beverage options to cater to all age groups. The restaurant’s new menu offers more than 15 varieties of hot, warm and cold tea based beverages. While there are best sellers such as a ‘Ginger Chai’ and ‘Kesariya Chai’ which appeals to all age groups, there are more contemporary options such as ‘Bubble Tea’ which would appeal to millennials, the company release stated.
Tea Junction brings local Calcutta delicacies such as ‘Lebu Cha’, ‘Dimer Devil’ and ‘Baked Roshogulla’, which are proving instant delight for its consumers. The food menu also includes a range of breakfast items, snacks, desserts, meal bowls and accompaniments.
According to company officials, Tea Junction has also become one of the largest players providing experiential ‘Bubble Tea’ to its consumers across its outlets, which is gradually proving to be a great success. The restaurant serves tea in ‘mitti khullad’ which adds to the traditional touch to the overall tea drinking experience.
Tea Junction director Parthiv Neotia said, “We are happy to set our footprints for the first time in northern market with our 50th outlet of Tea Junction. Having established a strong footprint in eastern India, we have chalked out plans to expand in northern and eastern India.” The company intends to have more than 80 outlets in this fiscal spread across north and east India.
Tea junction is a flagship QSR brand of Ambuja Neotia group with interests in reality (commercial, residential, malls), hospitality (hotels, restaurants and QSR), healthcare and education. It runs 50 stores of uniquely designed food products and beverages along with its multiple varieties of tea which brings flavour of Kolkata to its consumers. The group’s endeavour is to capitalise on the tea drinking culture in India, notch up the experience while retaining the traditional atmosphere and the bliss of a conversation over a cup of tea at one’s convenience.