When it comes to getting good coffee, Delhi cafes take it very seriously. Branching off from the usual, here are some of Delhi’s hipster cafes you can catch a break at.
10 Cafes In The City Every Hipster Should Hit Up
Part of Nappa Dori’s concept store in Chattarpur, Cafe Dori has Blue Tokai Coffee, meat-heavy European meals. The wooden decor and hanging lights will light up your Instagram like nothing else!
Our favourite boho brand, Nicobar, partnered up with Caara for this topical themed in-store cafe. They’ve got local produce and seasonal fruits and veggies that make for great meals.
This Noida cafe looks like it came straight out of Berlin—filter coffee in wooden cups, white walls, and pretty decor all around. They source the freshest ingredients for their food as well.
The Hipsters Cafe
Gorge on breakfast toasts, watermelon mojitos, masala chai and more at this Ghaziabad gem. The decor is a mix of white walls, wooden benches, and travel gear you can buy. The perfect place to meet like-minded travellers. Oh, and would you look at that name—we couldn’t possibly miss out on this one!
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters
You’ve probably had their amazing coffee, but their own roastery is where it’s the best at. They’ve got a Nitro Coffee (a nitrogen infused cold brew black coffee) which sounds super interesting, and the No Leaf Salad that you wouldn’t want to put down.
This is the perfect place to spend your Sundays, sipping on Vietnamese coffee, reading your favourite book, and, as intermittently as it might be, clicking pictures—the wooden benches paired with green plants and vines will make for a stunning picture.
Perfect for vegetarians, vegans and the lactose-intolerant, Greenr has options on the menu that surprise as much as they delight. Meatless Meatball burgers and earth bowls seem to be top choices, and they’ve even got WiFi and Blue Tokai coffee.
Slow pressed juices, great java, and all day breakfast—Fab Cafe in Vasant Kunj is packed with goodness. The interiors seem like they came right out of a movie. Definitely try their masala chai ice cream.
V’s Bake Shop
They’d been doing healthy desserts for quite a while and when they opened their own bakery/tea lounge, we ran over in a jiffy. They’ve got gluten and sugar free cookies, cakes and chocolates, a cake of the day, and coffee that’ll get you ready for the day.
Part of the Oxford Bookstore, Cha Bar is the kind of quiet place you go to for some ‘me’ time and delicious tea—they’ve got Nilgiri, Assam, Darjeeling, Chinese, herbal, organic and Ayurvedic brews to choose from – plus killer finger food.