A tea shop in New Delhi that attracts thousands of customers a day says it will remain open for business.
The Bodega Coffee Shop in New Panesar said it is staying open with a small staff, but it will close at the end of June.
The tea shop, located at Noida Chowk in the heart of the capital, has been in business for almost 30 years and sells tea from all over the world, including India.
Its founder Ashish Khemka told The Times that the store was not looking to close down but wanted to offer tea from its home country.
The Bodegas main selling point is that it is one of the few places where you can get fresh, hot, hot tea and the store has two cafes where customers can eat lunch.
Khemka said the store’s customers are mostly from the capital and it has attracted locals like K.V. Singh, a 40-year-old accountant, who visits once a week to shop.
“I came here for tea and tea-making.
The place is really popular.
It’s not just the tea,” Singh told The Post.
A tea shop near the iconic Bodegas metro station in New New Panar, New Delhi, India.
Source: The Times Of India/Twitter The store also has a coffee shop, a bakery, a book store and a bakery stall selling cookies and cakes.
“We are doing a business of our own.
We are not the Bodegeas largest customer,” Khemke said.
We have been working on this business for more than 30 years.
It was a dream to open a tea shop.
We had been planning for this for about two years.
But our store will continue to serve its customers for another 15-20 years.
We have not stopped trying to grow and develop the business.
It has been a challenge for us.
I think it is the right thing to do.
We will keep growing the business and continue to work on it for a long time.