But if somebody wanted to enjoy a cup of tea at a similar sort of cafe devoted to tea they'd be out of luck, even in the world's second-largest tea producer - and a country where people drink nearly eight times more tea than coffee each year.
The lack of a single national franchise centred on tea has come into especially sharp focus now that coffee giant Starbucks is poised to make its entry into India.
"You can find nice coffee anywhere, but finding a perfect cup of chai outside is really tough," said Smiti Singh, a Bangalore-based software engineer, who drinks at least four cups of tea a day.
Vriti Malik, a marketing professional in New Delhi, spends 1,400 rupees on coffee a week and wouldn't mind spending the same on tea, but the flavour just doesn't measure up.
"If it is good chai, I would not mind spending money," she said. "I would like to see a lot of different flavours of tea, and healthy stuff like green tea."
Image: A typical Coffee Day