Tea Kadai means, shop or kiosk in Tamil, and the people behind Tea Kadai made it a point to celebrate their roots as Indian-Muslims through their food offerings.
Contrary to popular belief, Indian Muslims, particularly the Tamil Muslims are a community on their own. This dates back to Muslim immigrants coming to Malaya from South India back in those days as traders and then went on venturing into other businesses, particularly food businesses which gave way into the introduction of Nasi Kandar and the likes. Drawing inspiration from these roots, Tea Kadai serves interesting tea-time specials which quickly became favorites for both locals as well as tourists.
Apart from original flavours, Tea Kadai is a master of introducing new flavours to the usual conventions. Tea Vanilla is a popular order and it goes down really well even with Western tourists.