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Chaayos Opens Two Chai-Cafés at Noida


, a chai-café Chain offering over 25 varieties of  tea that can be customised in over 12,000 ways, has opened two new outlets in Noida at IHDP Business Park Atrium, Sector 127 and Galaxy IT Park at Sec 62.

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Speaking on the occasion, , Founder, Chaayos, said: “Each Chai is handcrafted and made upon order. The variety of teas which Chaayos offers ranges from Indian chais like Paani Kum Chai and Kashmiri Kahwa to international favourites like Camomile tea and Moroccan Mint tea. We endeavour to provide our customers their freshly brewed chai exactly the way they like it, in a relaxed setting that is conducive to both formal and informal meetings.”

Chaayos also offers a range of Indian and international sandwiches like 2-minutes Maggi sandwich and Butter Chicken sandwich apart from street food like Keema Pav and Vada Pav.

Chaayos is already present in Gurgaon at DLF Cyber City, Infospace SEZ (near Udyog Vihar), and Galleria market. Hari Mirch Chai, Aam Papad Chai, and God’s Chai are some of the popular options at the chain.

Founded by IIT Bombay graduate Nitin Saluja & IIT Delhi graduate Raghav Verma in November 2012, Chaayos operates under the holding company Sunshine Teahouse.

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