a traditional treat with a twist
Zindiya’s High Chai brings together Indian spices and flavours through not only the range of tea blends, such as masala chai, but with savoury and sweet dishes including homemade cardamom scones, seasonal macarons from Birmingham’s own Miss Macaroon and street food favourite – the Mumbai sandwich – soft white bread filled with a vibrant coriander and mint chutney, masala spices andlayers of cucumber, onion and tomato.
See for yourself
SLamps on 14 Apr 2019
This was afternoon tea with a difference. A delicious range of hot and cold, savoury and sweet. Masala Chai tea was warming and spicy. The Aloo Tikka Chat (spicy chick peas with potato cake and chutneys) was stunning. The Bhel Puri was a little on the dry side but the tandoori paneer was delicious.
Jas on 11 Apr 2019
Food was amazing, service attentive and great value for money. We had the afternoon tea for three people and only worked out to £20. Considering we were all very full and content- it was a bargain! Definitely recommend for all. Have been here during the day and in the evening and it’s a lovely atmosphere.
doing our bit
The menu also raises money for The Asian Circle, who are a collective of British Asian women from diverse backgrounds volunteering their time and skills to support disadvantaged women in South Asia by building awareness of their plight and raising vital funds to transform their lives.
The charity is part of ‘The Circle’ founded by the singer and philanthropist Annie Lennox OBE. This is a network of like-minded women, working to respond to the challenges of vulnerable women and girls worldwide.