Chai point is a tea chain that has an outlet at DLF Cyberhub. Given the tasty tea and snacks, chilled out ambiance and reasonable prices, this is a must do for tea folks as well as anyone who is bored of Coffee Shops. We must add that this seems to be the only tea cafe at Cyberhub.
Tea is catching up as the go-to drink for many in Delhi what with its health benefits and reasonable prices,. Consequently tea cafes in Delhi are seeing a steadily increasing flow of patrons. T’Pot Café in Malviya Nagar is a tea joint that is about two years old. They have an impressive range of tea starting from our very own masala chai to the exotic white tea – oolong tea et al. They also serve a variety of tea snacks, (vegetarian well as non-vegetarian) meal items and coffee. Apart from the brew, one may buy tea leaves from their outlet or online store.
The Dilli Ke Pakwan festival has assembled various Delhi fast food at a single venue. The colourful ambience makes it a very suitable event for the season.
National Street Food Festival 2014 gave Delhiites a taste of street food beyond tikki and choley bhaturey. The fair brought all sort of fancy food from the streets of various states of India to 100s of tables at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium and placed under one roof (in fact under sky).
If you have not already visited Paratha Wali Galli, do try it this winter. It is a short walk from the Chandni Chowk Metro and the stalls are open throughout the week.
Flurys is a renowned tearoom in Calcutta holding on to its English style heritage. A must stop for lovers of bakery and patisserie.
Midnight dinner option in Gurgaon – this is an Indian buffet with dessert that opens after 12 am. Apart from being tasty, relaxed and laid back, Park Plaza’s midnight biryani buffet is also very addictive.