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Indian Lifestyle & Tearoom

Indian Savories

House of Jaipur welcomes you to Trinidad and Tobago's very first "Chai Bar." The Oasis we have created here amidst all these beautiful treasures has been fostered though a labour of love and we invite you to enjoy the positive vibes and energies that surround you. Due to the limited space availability in our "Chai Bar," there is a minimum cover charge now of $130.00 TTD per person inclusive of service charge and Vat. This cover charge can be applied towards our Tea Menu or towards any purchases from the boutique.

Aloo Ki Tikki

Aloo Ki Tikki

Spicy potato cakes served with tamarind and mint chutney. Recommended tea:Assam

Vegetable Samosa

Vegetable Samosa

Crisp deep fried pastries filled with vegetables and served with mint and mango chutney. Recommended tea: Darjeeling

Mughlai Biryani

Mughlai Biryani

Mughlai Biryani is an innovation from the kitchens of the Mughal Empire.The Persian Kings bought with them to India the unique recipe of cooking meat and rice in rich spices. Traditionally made with basmati rice, biryani is usually cooked with different types of meats and vegetables and flavoured with exotic spices. An absolutely delicious meal in itself.

Lamb Samosa

Lamb Samosa

Scrumptious deep fried pastries filled with vegetables and savory minced lamb. Served with mint and mango chutney. Recommended tea: Assam

Macchi ki Tikki

Macchi ki Tikki

Spicy fish cakes marinated in a blend of spices and pan-fried into a crispy patty. Served with mint and mango chutney. Recommended tea: Nilgiri

Ragada Patti

 Ragada Patti

One of the most popular streets foods of India, Ragada Patti is unique blend of chickpeas and spices cooked in a mild tamarind flavoured sauce served over a spicy potato cake. Drizzled with yoghurt and tamarind this delightful dish is almost a complete meal in itself. An explosion of flavour to die for! Recommended tea: Ceylon

Dosa (Potato)

Dosa (Potato, Shrimp, Chicken)

Crispy rice pancakes filled either with spicy potatoes. Traditionally served in India as breakfast. Dosas are usually served with a tangy coconut chutney. Recommended tea: Masala chai or Kama Sutra chai.

Pakora (Vegetable)

Pakora (Vegetable, Chicken, Prawn)

Deep fried fritters known in some Indian states as Bhajias. Pakoras are versatile snacks that can be made using spinach and other chopped vegetables. Recommended tea: Darjeeling or Moroccan Madness