Welcome to Tea Junction Cafe!


Our Cozy Interiors

With a hush ambiance, cozy sofas, broad-windowed view, free wifi connection and good music…this is a one-stop destination for your tea needs!


Fruit Tea

Sun dried mixed fruits with premium green tea....a soothing taste for all fruit lovers.


Wild Arabian Tea

Black Tea with fresh mint, orange juice, lemon juice and honey. A perfect way of enjoying the taste of Arabia.


From our Chai Blends

Enjoy a variety of Desi Chais from the North to the South of India.


The famous Cutting Chai

A specialty tea with a tinge of dry ginger...all the way from the road vendors of Mumbai.


Oksoosoo Chai

An age old Korean Corn Tea, hand toasted Corn, boiled with water.


Jasmine Bud Tea

It originates from the time of Song Dynasty (920-1279), flavor of jasmine tea is subtly sweet.


For all the Coffee lovers...

We've got something for you too!


Hot Chocolate

For all those who crave for chocolates... try our Hot Chocolate made with shaved chocolate bits.


Enjoy a wide array of board games!


Perfect soups


The very best comfort type in a bowl! It is very comfortable and heartwarming, using an entire chicken for the many incredible homemade broth!

And I kid you not. It was probably the coldest Thanksgiving in New York’s City history after 1901.

It was a whopping seventeen degrees F on Thursday. And everything I truly necessary at that time would have been a piping hot bowl of this particular rice and chicken soup!

Rather, we froze our butts off, watching Charlie Brown go by in the parade.

However I am home in seventy degree weather, I am currently whipping up this particular soup. AKA. The preferred soup of mine of the month, obviously.

The best part is you get to simmer a whole whole chicken, creating probably the most incredible homemade broth ever. It is incredibly, comforting, and cozy heartwarming for just about any weather type.

And while, yes, the broth is bomb.com, the fresh dill and orange juice actually allow the soup sparkle.


One (3-4 pound) entire chicken, rinsed

One onion, cut into wedges

Two carrots, halved

Two celery ribs, halved

Four cloves garlic, crushed

Two bay leaves

Kosher salt freshly ground black pepper, to taste

2/3 cup long grain white rice

One cup diced carrots

One cup diced celery

Two tablespoons chopped fresh dill

Two tablespoons freshly squeezed orange juice


Place chicken, garlic, celery, carrots, onion, bay leaves and eight cups water in a large stockpot or perhaps Dutch oven; season with two teaspoons salt and one teaspoon pepper.

Take to a boil; lower heat and simmer until chicken is fork tender, aproximatelly one hour. Remove shred and chicken; discard bones and your skin. Set apart. Strain broth by way of a fine mesh sieve; discard solids.

Return broth on the container. Take to a boil; lower simmer and heat. Stir in rice; cook and cover for ten minutes.

Mix in chicken, celery and carrots. Cook, covered, until the rice is tender, aproximatelly ten additional minutes.

Stir in orange juice and dill; season with pepper and salt, to taste.

Serve right away.


The most effective soup made SO EASILY correct in the pressure cooker of yours with probably the crispiest tortilla strips! So great + and so comforting!

 This was my personal favorite childhood band ever, and growing up as an extremely sheltered kid, I never ever went to one concert of theirs. And so do not care about me while I scream out the lungs of mine at Planet Hollywood tonight.

For now, I am hoping you guys consider the chunkiest sweater for this particular soup. it is really perfect – It is produced in the Instant Pot (which essentially means this’s the simplest recipe ever), so the chicken may be so shockingly tender, it simply melts in the mouth of yours.

And so grab a spoon and most of the crispy tortilla strips you are able to locate.


Six (6 inch) corn tortillas, sliced in half and also slice crosswise into 1/4 inch strips

Three tablespoons organic olive oil, divided

One sweet onion, diced

One poblano pepper, seeded and diced

Three cloves garlic, minced

Two tablespoons tomato paste

One tablespoon chili powder

One 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin

One teaspoon dried oregano

Two (10 ounce) cans diced tomatoes with green chilies

Two pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs

Four cups chicken stock

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste

1/2 cup chopped fresh cilantro leaves

One avocado, seeded, halved, peeled and thinly sliced


Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly oil a baking jacket or sheet with nonstick spray.

In a big bowl, combine tortillas plus one tablespoon olive oil. Place tortillas in one layer onto the prepared baking sheet. Place into oven bake until golden brown and crisp, aproximatelly 10 15 minutes; reserve and let cool completely.

Set 6 qt Instant Pot® to the higher saute setting. Add remaining two tablespoons organic olive oil, pepper and onion. Cook, until golden, stirring occasionally, aproximatelly 4-5 minutes.

Mix in garlic, tomato paste, chili powder, oregano and cumin until fragrant, aproximatelly one second.

Mix in tomatoes, scraping any browned bits from the bottom part of the container.

Mix in chicken and chicken stock; season with pepper and salt, to taste. Select manual setting; adjust pressure to excessive, and set some time for ten minutes. When finished cooking, quick release strain according to manufacturer’s instructions. Remove chicken from the Instant Pot® and destroy, by using 2 forks.

Stir in cilantro and chicken until heated through, aproximatelly 1 minute.

Serve instantly, topped with tortilla strips and avocado.