If you are a foodie in South Delhi who is a college student, don’t let budget constraints devoid you from café hopping. Satyaniketan, near South Campus Metro station is a hub of some best cafes in Delhi and we have brought you some of the budget ones for the next hangout with friends.
Delhi folks, if good food is the only thing you live for and budget comes as a hurdle! If all you think about before an outing is a place that serves food better than you have had, then you certainly should know about these places to help you reduce your worries!!
A shout out to the big brother and “Baap” of all cities, the home to people with big hearts and sharp tongues, the city, where who you know matters more than who you are! The Dilwaalon ki Dilli, the magic land of history and mystery. Nothing is black and white, for there are colours that one would not even find normally in a Vogue magazine.The music of the qawwali musicians reverberates in the air as you observe old and young alike, slurping delicious golgappas, sweets and chaats near streets strewn with vivid graffiti and artwork.
1. Social Offline Cafe- (Urban/Collaborative Workspace Theme)
Oh, Cafe? Workplace? or should we call it a Workbar? Well, Social is one Urban hangout with a blend of cafe & workplace that has created a kick amongst the Delhiites. Situated in Hauz Khas Village and next to Delhi Art Gallery, you will find people of different coterie at Social. Having said that, it is known for its ridiculously tasty Cocktails and Music.
Oh! You’ve got to try the food, people tell you when you book a trip to — well, practically anywhere these days. This is, in one sense, self-evident: A person cannot live on bottled water alone. But it also speaks to how much our tongues and bellies shape our view of the rest of the world. Your friends may not have been to Thailand, but they do know the wonders of pad Thai and green papaya salad. They may not have been to Beirut, but just ask their opinion on what makes great hummus.
Food from around the country!! See that warm smile that has crept to your face and the drool that has started doing the rounds of your mouth? We’ve spotted a fellow foodie. If you were a little disillusioned about what regional foods are good and which you could travel all the way across the country for, here is our comprehensive list for you. Keep your bucket list ready and add any, some or all of the under to the list!
1. The Bakers Dozen
The Baker’s Dozen is an exclusive artisan’s bakery situated in Mumbai’s four prime locations. They are known for its fine European bread and buns, gourmet sandwiches, homemade dips, and coffee. Their goodies are freshly baked and mouthwatering, tempting customers from all over Mumbai.
Cafes with appealing interiors and cozy settings have a charm of their own and come on, don’t we all love spending time with a cup of coffee, good food and not to forget, great company (including books since they don’t disappoint us; at least 80% of times).
Do you even need a blogger title to go for a hunt of picturesque insta worthy cafes in the capital? Every millennial’s insta goal is to get an ideal Instagram picture for their aesthetic feed. Guess we are living in the best times, because recently there has been a surge of cute, quirky, straight-out-of-fairytale cafes in Delhi.
Delhi and Delhi-ites are known as much for their insatiable appetites as they are for the unending variety of food found in the city. Any cuisine, Indian or international, you name it, we have it. But what really captures the essence of the city is the street food that changes colour and taste but gets only better with discovering the city.