Gaurav, value might be a relative term but money is not.
I was buying Assam CTC tea from you for the last few years. I noticed that even though shops in other parts of the city kept their prices at the same level, you were the only one who increased it through the time. And now I have discovered a place in Banashankari 2nd stage who sells the same tea powder at 3/4th of your price!!
Not only the price of the tea powder/leaves, even the tea and food you serve has seen a huge increase in prices. From what I remember of the times I was visiting your place, a plate of samosa was about 60/-. If this gentleman who wrote below is right, then what explains the same plate of samosas being priced more than double?? Definitely cannot be value perception Mr. Gaurav.
Finally, there may be many people who will still give you business. Being in the prime business area will assure you of that. But for people like me, who seek value, avoiding your place is the only solution. And I did precisely that!!