Visit For God’s Cake For Picture-Perfect Desserts

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For God’s Cake is place you’ll be thanking the heavens for when you’re walking down Hudson Lane and your sweet tooth acts up, for they have shelves lined with cakes and other baked goods along with a selection of milkshakes.

Must Eat

The apple pie infused with a dash of cinnamon is delicious. The cupcakes and the rainbow cake are not creamy or decadent like we’re used to, but they are worthy of Instagram. If you like a meal before your dessert, they have plenty of pizza and pasta options.

Not too keen on all the carbs? Try the chicken salami salad. Their fresh breads are great, too; we always pick up a loaf or two to take home.

Must Drink

Apart from the usual chocolate-y shakes they have classified as ‘campus favourites’, the menu lists a few ‘cake shakes’ and honey-based healthier ones. However, if you find yourself too confused, the usual cold coffee is a safe option.

What We Loved

The place has a charming ambience which can best be described as fairytale-woodland-meets-urban-cafe. Since it’s mostly frequented by students from the North Campus, the prices won’t burn holes in your pockets.

What Didn’t Impress Us

Besides the crowd in the afternoons which might keep you from getting a place to sit, there are no major disappointments.

What Is The Best Time To Visit?

Aim for after-college hours if you wish to try out the food menu in peace. If you’re looking for just dessert/bakery items on the go, pick something up at any time of the day.


Check out one of their adorable cakes in jars if you want to take a piece of For God’s Cake back home.

Where: 2521, Hudson Lane, GTB Nagar, Delhi University

Nearest Metro Station: GTB Nagar

Contact: +91 9818367776

Price: INR 500 for two {approx.}

Timings: 11am – 11.30pm

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