|What Critics Say|
|Square Meal 2004|
|….this Rajasthani kitchen goes where no Indian restaurant has gone before……Appealing interiors have been lovingly decorated to capture the sparsity and beauty of Rajasthan…
|50 Best Curries, Time Out 2005|
|This smart….homely vegetarian restaurant decorated in Rajasthani motifs is unique in offering the rich and earthy desert cuisine of the Marwaris….
|Metro Life 2005|
|Chai Pani is in a class – and a world – of its own…………An interesting destination for vegetarians. (Fay Maschler’s Top 5 Regional Indian Restaurants, Evening Standard, Metro Life 2005)
|Tatler Restaurant Guide 2005|
|It’s good and, for the most part, extremely healthy.
|Time Out 2003|
|Chai Pani offers authentic homestyle Marwari cooking………its bound to become a hit…if you are fond of Indian food, do give this restaurant a try….
|The Guardian's Guide Magazine 2004|
|There’s first class puri…..fragrant rice and small dense sugary gullgulla donuts.
|Fay Maschler Evening Standard 2004|
|I don’t think I’ve had quite such a profoundly vegetarian meal as at this charming restaurant……
|Paul Hyam||Oct 12 2006 |
|The portions are generous, delicious and very well presented. House red wine is excellent value, and a good complement to the food however the staff were a bit erractic and confused
|Sunila Peters||Oct 7 2006 |
|The food here is different than other indian restaurants. I found it simple, filling and delicious. I especially liked the facy thet they had a large number of delicious non-alcoholic drinks catering for people that don't drink but still want to enjoy themselves. The staff were friendly and explained what the diffrent dishes were as we had never had Rajasthani food before