Located at DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj, this place is an excellent hangout for all the cricket lovers. Mocha is the country’s first completely indigenous and eclectic café chain, known not just for its menu, but also for the varied experiences it offers at its 14 outlets around the country, which itself is a significant contribution to our café culture.
Grab a bite, sip your coffee and catch a match on the big screen here till the wee hours of the morning. To make your experience better, the café, recreated as a retreat in the middle of the bustling metropolis, also offers live music nights.
Must have: Veg paneer sizzler, chicken sizzler, ferrero rocher shake, omg grilled chicken burger.
Timings: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Patel Chest Chai Walla:
Head to the Patel Chest Chai Walla if your midnight hunger pangs are too hard to control. Located at Patel Chest, opposite Christian Colony, this is one the most affordable eateries around Delhi University’s North Campus. At a walking distance from the Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station, the place is open through the night and dishes out delicious eggs, Maggie and chai. Bustling mostly with college students, the place exudes a trendy, young vibe.
Must have: Special maggie, chai
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m.
A 24/7 nonstop eating junction, Comesum is a one-of-its-kind multi-cuisine family restaurant. The place that began with a small restaurant in Pune in 2002 has now emerged as a new concept restaurant around the country. With a presence at all major railway stations in Delhi, the restaurant is now open at the Inderlok Metro Station, too. The space serves 350 items of food available round the clock.
Comesum has also entered into an agreement with the Indian Railways Catering & Tourism Corporation Ltd. for providing food to train passengers. The association will enable consumers to order meals of their choice through Comesum’s “Aggregator Model”. It also offers a 24-hour food delivery option, in case you have a late night train to catch.
Must have: Kachori, dhokla, idli-dosa-vada, variety of north Indian thalis.
Timings: Round the clock
Nestled in Gulmohar Marg, in DLF Phase 2, Sector 25, Gurugram, this corporate hangout is one of the most crowded eating junctions in the area. Delicious stuffed paranthas and a safe environment throughout the night make the spot a food lover’s paradise.
Must have: Garlic and onion parathas, malai kofta, butter chicken, kadhai paneer
Timings: Round the clock
Murthal, on National Highway 1, which connects Delhi to Amritsar, is the paratha capital of India, to say the least. A village in the Sonepat district of Haryana, Murthal has become the destination of choice for those looking to have mouthwatering parathas. The place is abuzz with more than 50 dhabas and restaurants—all famous for their exclusive tastes and types of parathas. Earlier, these dhabas only served north Indian cuisine, like roti, sabzi, dal and chawal. But these days, the restaurants and dhabas offer multiple cuisines from around the world. Best dhabas in Murthal include Amrik Sukhdev Dhaba, Gulshan Dhaba and Haveli.
Must have: Aloo paratha with white butter and achaar, paneer misiya paratha, special thalis.
This edgy and veggie-friendly restaurant is located on Pandara Road, in close proximity to India Gate. The restaurant serves paneer, mushroom, soya and everything delicious that all the vegetarians out there can think of. In addition to the delicacies that it serves, the place is also popular for the top-notch hospitality that it offers to its customers.
Must have: Tandoori mushrooms, amritsari thali, maharani thali, dal makhani, paneer butter masala
Timings: 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m.