Don't Want To Drive To HKV? Eat At These Spots Instead

Navni posted on 05 January

When you don’t want to take that chaotic mess of a lane to get to Hauz Khas Village, it might be a better idea to just stop at Hauz Khas’ neighbourhood market for a quick coffee and a plate of momo. Or if French patisserie is what gets you off, they’ve got that too.

Here’s a list of pit stops for when you’re in the area.

Grub Pub

For when those Chinjabi cravings strike {everyday, amirite?}, Grub Pub has a beautiful menu of which we love the Fried Chicken Wontons, Fried Chicken, Lemon Chicken and Chilli Chicken {if you’re vegetarian, get the exact same dishes in paneer/vegetable variants}.

The space is super tiny and somewhat uninspiring, so we’d recommend takeaway or home delivery.

Casual Dining

E-11, Hauz Khas Main Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

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Little Saigon

Hauz Khas’ very own Vietnamese restaurant, Little Saigon is cute as a button.They do some delish seafood grills, rice and noodle combos, rice paper rolls and a mean home-made strawberry ice cream.

Casual Dining

E-16, Main Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

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Cravity

New kid on the block, Cravity is wooing us with its fresh bread and French dessert. We love their croissants, their brownie with salted caramel and the Tender Kiss {it’s raspberry and chocolate – yum}. The space is done up well in white brick walls, metal light fixtures and warm wooden tables.

Cafes

A-15A/1, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

Cafe 6

Always buzzing with NIFT students, Cafe 6 is your typical neighbourhood cafe {it’s literally a part of someone’s house}. They’ve got the basic cold coffee {we like the Hazelnut}, hot coffee {Irish, all the way} and some great shakes. For nibbles, the Cheesy Greedy Potatoes never disappoint. And the prices are super reasonable.

PS: They only accept cash so go prepared.

Fast Food Restaurants

D-6, Ground Floor, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

Thalaivar

We haven’t tried this one yet {let us know if you have} but their tikkis and dosas look promising. Not to forget their bright, vibrant interiors.

PS: Hauz Khas also has its share of street food. Walk through the market and you’ll be greeted by several momowallas and guys selling sweet potato {shakarkandiI} chaat.

Walk half a km towards NIFT and you can indulge in egg chicken kathi rolls at 44 Kathi Corner, dosas, vadas and chaat at the various thelas just chilling there.

Fast Food Restaurants

E-25 A, Main Market, Hauz Khas, New Delhi

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