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Tiffin & Tea at Two E

In the British Raj, where the British custom of afternoon tea was supplanted by the local Indian practice of taking a light meal at that hour, it came to be called tiffin. It is derived from English colloquial or slang tiffing meaning to take a little drink, and had by 1867 become naturalized among Anglo-Indians in the north of British India to mean luncheon.

We look forward to sharing this beloved tradition with our Afternoon Tea Program by offering a selection of small bites with Indian & Raj flair, and homemade sweets that compliment spiced Chai tea

The Menu

Spiced Chicken or Potato & Pea Samosas

Quinoa & Kale Shammi Kebabs

Miniature Vada Pav

Cucumber & Mint Chutney Sandwich

Carrot Halwa Turnover

Mango Lassi Crème Brûlée Tart

Orange Semolina Cake with Ghee, Cardamom Cream

Osmania Biscuit

Selection of Teas & Infusions

$50 minimum per table
$60 per person / $95 per person including the tiffin