Gujaratis take their cup of tea quite seriously and their saucers too.
We observed that even the hole-in-the-wall tea stalls served their tea in a cup & saucer. Piping hot tea would be poured into saucer, blown, made into a drinkable temperature and then sipped.
Lucky Tea Stall too served their tea in floral-print cup and saucer.
This popular tea stall was apparently the favourite haunt of eminent painter M.F. Hussain.
The speciality here is the masala tea & maska (butter) bun jam.
We opted for marie biscuits to dunk in our tea...
We sat on a table next to two beautifully decorated Muslim tombs inside the stall enjoying the camaraderie of past and present lovers of chai:-)