These are spaces where you should be if you want to sip in a bit of art along with your coffee.
Ivy and Bean, Shahpur jat
The cafe derives its name from an australian series of children’s book about two dramatically different friends. The food over here is different and is influenced by European, South Asian, American and Mediterranean cuisines. They have a heavy inclination towards seafood and Roast Pumpkins, Butter Garlic Prawns and Roast Garlic Lamb chops are few of the items you would like to try.
Summerhouse, Aurobindo market
One of the best blowout joints in Haus Khaz villiage when it comes to gigs or food.They got pastas, bbq grills, burgers, cuban pressed sandwiches, hotdogs, wraps, desserts along with some juices, smoothies, milkshakes and some crazy cocktails. The place is mostly packed over the weekends and pulls in a lot of crowd from all over delhi.
Cafe Lota, Crafts Museum
Situated inside the National Crafts Museum plot, Café Lota is a quaint and artsy café that offers a contemporary take on regional Indian dishes, ranging from Uttarakhand’s bhatt ki churkani to artisanal teas and coffees from the south.
The Mad Teapot, Shahpur Jat
Who does not like to eat while shopping. Situated in The Wishing Chair, The Mad Teapot is a perfect spot where you can treat your coffee cravings after a tiring shopping session. Their cold coffee is a good way to replenish yourself and the the tea pot totally justifies their title.
Rose cafe, Saket
The Place has a nice English rose look about it with distressed furniture. The overall look is pretty cool and quickly feeds into your minds. Their Shepherd’s Pie is a must try next time you plan to visit this place.
Smoke House Deli, HKV
The place it is situated beside the HauzKhas lake, provides a perfect view to the outside. A little difficult to find, this place one shouldn’t miss in one’s neighborhood. Funny hing about the restaurant is that it has a Mughal architecture while the menu has Italian and European cuisine. The variety of drinks is decent. . They have pretty good collection of starters too. The platter is must try dish.. Pasta is served fresh and is delicious.
Blue Tokai, Saket
Derived their name from a peacock, these guys connect farmers and customers. Here you can have a look at your coffee roasted and get it packed for home. The roastery also has a cafe where you can try different brews and catch all th coffee making action through huge windows
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Cafe Turtle, Khan Market
A cosy and informal hangout for book lovers. The cafe houses a small book store and has a lovely old world charm to it. The large windows and lanterns provide ample lighting, perfect for reading. The ambience and the cosy atmosphere will take your heart but service might be a turn off. Also, it is reasonably priced and has yummy delicacies so head towards it for a good time with friends.
Blue Door Cafe, Khan Market
The cafe is easy to locate in khan market and the ambience of this place is quite lovely owing to the vibrant paintings on the walls. We recommend you to go here for breakfast and try their sweet pancakes with bananas along with some juice.We guarantee its going to make your day.
Market Cafe, Khan Market
MArket cafe has a large range of international cuisines to experiment with.This cafe is more of a diner, on the 2nd floor of a spacious, bright building overlooking the bustling street below, and is a great place to hang out with friends.
Lodi – the Garden restaurant
This restaurant gives you the opportunity to enjoy the pleasant weather as you savour the food in one of the best tended gardens of Delhi. One of the best places to wine and dine with your date. You can sit out in the garden under a canopy of decade-old trees which is always crowded with Westerners..More than the food it is the atmosphere that draws the crowd over here. .