Chai Point, the world’s largest platform for chai-infused beverages, has added 10 new foods to its existing menu of over 50 items, making it the most complete menu of its most exclusive chai-infused experience to date. New menu items include chai’s best companion mini samosa binge packs, school childhood favourite bread pakoda binge packs, Delhi favourites aloo tikka and samosa chaat, paneer tikka and chicken tikka evergreen peppy rolls. There is fun such as. Menu additions also include baked goods baked all day, including cheese croissants, egg and cheese multi-seed croissants, pesto paneer croissants, and gluten-free brownies with amaranth, with hot or cold brew choices. enhances.
With 10 new delectable dishes added to its already extensive menu of over 50 items, the brand is undoubtedly the go-to choice for those looking for the perfect food to pair with chai at any time of the day. . This menu acts as a ‘perfect match, making conversations with friends and family richer and more luxurious. The new menu includes not only new foods but also new formats such as mini samosa binge packs that you can enjoy with your choice of three new spices viz. mint masala, masala pop, and peri. The new food is available in Delhi NCR and selectively available in Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, and soon Goa, Pune, and Amritsar. Customers in all these cities can enjoy all the innovations until mid-December.
Amuleek Singh Bijral, co-founder and CEO of Chai Point, said of the announcement: With this in mind, at Chai Point, we have always strived to offer a multitude of choices on our menu for an upscale Chai-driven experience. Over the years we have followed the Indian market and consumer trends. Our research has allowed us to carefully craft a menu that is not only delicious and plentiful but also caters to some of India’s most popular and evolving tastes. On the menu, he has 10 new dishes and you will be spoiled for choice. Mini Samosa Binge With the launch of his pack, he believes he can capture the $4 billion samosa category market in India. ”