We all have a favorite spot, a spot where we unwind, with a company of ourselves. I explored a lot of cafes while trying to find my spot. It has become a routine to explore one sweet corner to spend Sunday afternoon at.
Though I won’t tell y’all about the most favorite one but here are the best ones I found out:
1. Cha Bar
This cafe is library plus cafe, it has a simple but exquisite white and blue decoration. It has every kind of book at the store,, ranging from history, art, biography, and business etc. You can grab a book, pick a spot, and enjoy your food. You have different kinds of ice creams and teas to treat your taste buds.
Cost of two: Rs.550
Address: Connaught Place (CP), New Delhi
2. Cafe Turtle
This cozy cafe is love. The cafe is above the bookstore, it has a cozy but sophisticated atmosphere. It has great deserts to feast on. And, its located in the hustle bustle of Khan market.
Cost of two: Rs.1100
Address: Khan Market, New Delhi
3. Another Fine Day
A place filled with youngsters, spending time over board games, foosball matches, and some enjoying reading from the cafe’s library. The best part is all-day breakfast menu and homegrown wine and beer. The interior has retro accessories, exposed white walls which makes it a classic hangout spot.
Cost of two: 800
Address: MPD Towers, Ground Floor, Golf Course Road, Gurgaon
4. Café Wanderlust
If you love Nutella banana crepes, laid-back vibes, and are willing to spend your day sipping cutting chai while playing Ludo, GO HERE. With its travel theme, easy floor seating and filling – worldly breakfast, it knows how to make people chill.
Cost of two: 850
Address: SF 53-54, First Floor, DLF Galleria
5. Music & Mountains – Hillside Cafe
This cafe was established by in 1944 by a Swiss chef. It has a rustic hillside ambiance and serves a variety of continental dishes, you must eat ‘Bear Mountain Cajun Pasta’. The best time to be there is on Sunday for Brunch.
Cost for two: 1900
Address: M-23, M Block Market, Greater Kailash 1, New Delhi
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