Champa Gali, a capital hidden gem is situated in the quirky streets of Saidulajab. The name is as quirky as the street leading to this might be but as they say, don't judge until you see what exactly the place is all about. The spot offers a fine blend of cafes, art and culture. Right from sipping on one of the finest teas to munching great organic stuff at Jugmug Thela to the fine coffees of the Blue Tokai to getting into a sinful spree on some indulging shakes, this location has it all. Also, there are a lot of events like poetry evenings, music gigs, book launches and a lot more going on here. Champa Gali also features handicraft shops, design studios a reading room by Jugmug Thela and an on-site roastery by Blue Tokai. The spot is an absolute pleasure to visit, read, and relax also write if you want to. There is no alcohol served by any cafes here but who needs one when you are already intoxicated by the street itself!
Champa Gali In Saket Is Capital's Very Own Hidden Gem & One That You Need To Visit
What Makes It Awesome
What Could Be Better?
Frankly no major complaints at all. But then again the addition of a few more chairs around the outlets would help a lot.
What's My Pro Tip?
There are a lot of events that keep happening here to keep a check follow Jugmug Thela's Facebook page.
Currently, there are only three cafes there but by the sight of it looks like a few more will pop up in some time. Also, don't miss out on the amazing teas being served by JugMug Thela. For coffee lovers, they have Blue Tokai with an on-site roastery and some really nice shakes and fast food offered by the Morellos. I can vouch for the teas and reading room of Jugmug because that's probably the only thing I did over there while sipping my coffee and reading a book. There is also people's tree and jugaad handicrafts shop which features a very amazing collection worth having a look at.