Kartika posted on 29th February

LBB's Guide to the Eateries at Hudson Lane in North Delhi

In North Campus, all roads lead to Hudson Lane. With several cafes which are easy on the eye and the pocket, it’s everyone’s favorite adda. For those of you who can’t quite find your way here, LBB brings to you a handy guide to the road of wonders.

Woodbox Café

A rooftop with fairy lights: You really can’t go wrong with that combination. Go for the Virgin Mojito, Peri Peri Chicken, and the classic brownie with ice cream.

Mad Monkey

A cute, cosy little café we love. Their burgers deserve a special mention, as do the Chilli Garlic Noodles. The mocktails however, are not too great, so you may want to stick to an aerated beverage.

Rock ‘N Wood

Their Chinese options are all-time favourites that we continue to go back for, especially the dry Garlic Chicken. The tandoori starters are good too, but you may to avoid their rolls and wraps.

Indus Flavour

A pure vegetarian restaurant with great service, and great music. LBB loves the nachos chaat, Amritsari Paneer and the Dum Aloo.

#LBBTip: Get your money’s worth with student discounts. Just show them your college ID and you could eat for just INR 40.

Friends Fast Food

A cute little cluster of stalls, Friends has a loyal fan following in up north. Get your fill of chaat, chai and desi khana. LBB recommends Suresh Tea Stall for their delicious parathas, with every stuffing you could possibly dream of.

The Vintage Avenue

True to its name, this spacious restaurant is packed with 90s memorabilia, and plays brilliant music. Their shakes are incredible, and so is their Spaghetti Bolognese.

#LBBTip: An array of seating options are available to you, from romantic by-the-window to a comfy floor mattress.

For God’s Cake

With a name as cute as that, we hoped we wouldn’t find much to complain about here, and we didn’t. The window display alone will have you drooling. Try their tiramisu, blueberry cheesecake, and the Chocolate Indulgence Pancake.

The Big Three: BYD, QD’s and Rico’s

Though on the slightly more expensive side, Big Yellow Door, QD’s and Rico’s most definitely live up to their reputation. Each has its specialty – the BYD Burger, the QD’s Tandoori Momo, and any dessert from Rico’s {but especially, the Banoffee waffle}.

Apart from these, try out QD’s north Indian food, and Rico’s Risotto Balls, Nachos and mocktails.

Mr. Crust Bakers

Though not exactly on Hudson Lane, we couldn’t leave Mr. Crust out of this guide, because if you’re anywhere near this place, you need to drop in and sate your sweet tooth! Their chocolate mousse, toffee walnut pie, and carrot cake are all to die for.

Hudson Cafe

Its quirky décor and quick service has made this Hudson Cafe very popular this year. We recommend the Mushroom Bruschetta, and the Peri Peri Pasta. The desserts are worth a try too; stare at the feminist wall art as you finish your meal.