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John E wrote a review Dec 2019
Comfortable, decent prices for tourist area ($5 for chai, 50 cents for cookie). Good drink and sweets. Authentic music, but can be a bit much. Overall, a good break from shopping and hiking, in the best shopping spot in Sedona.
Date of experience: December 2019
laufle1 wrote a review Jan 2017
La Crosse, Wisconsin8 contributions11 helpful votes
We found this place by accident on a rainy day, and they had just the ticket to warm us up! Great hospitality was shown by the barista, and she made us a delicious chai made with green tea from Kashmir. We will always make this little place a stop when we visit Sedona!
Date of experience: January 2017
Srini V wrote a review Dec 2016
Dallas, Texas85 contributions7 helpful votes
Cute boutique kind of store with Chai made traditionally. The host is amazing. They also have Parle G. 😉
Date of experience: December 2016
TwinMomAlabama wrote a review Jun 2016
Alabama219 contributions147 helpful votes
We visited The Chai Spot thinking it was going to be a tea room. Instead, we found a little shop that sells all kinds of items, mostly from India, and also teas. The sales clerk also makes chai, which I ordered a cup of. She brought me a cup of Indian-style chai, which I Need to note is nothing at all like Starbucks. It's not very sweet at all, has lots of milk, but it was very pleasant. You can get it hot or cold, and you can get various kinds of chai. You can also buy cumin cookies, and other kinds of cookies, but I believe that's the full extent of their culinary offerings. I must say something about the atmosphere. As you come into the store, you see pillows and low couches, very lush sitting areas even with popular novels all around. You're being invited to sit and relax. I don't know if it's a wifi hot spot or not, but it would probably be a good place for one. Prices of items in the store were on the high end, but not exorbitant. It's in the Tlaquepaque shopping center in Bldg. B , on the second floor at the very end. It's really not easy to find. There are 2setsof stairs going up.…
Date of experience: June 2016