Lunch O Clock? Call These Places for Food Delivery in Noida

We know how hard it can get to take time out and fix up a meal in the middle of a full day’s work. So we’ve compiled a list of places for you, Noida.

Rolls King

This is your place for when you want to indulge in a big, fat, juicy kathi roll. Choose from potato, egg, paneer, seekh kebab, shaami kebab, soya chaap, mushroom and many other variations.  There are a total of three outlets in Noida so chances are you can get these at your desk wherever you work.

Fast Food Restaurants

Rolls King

DLF Mall of India, 4th floor, Sector 18, Noida, Uttar Pradesh

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  • Price for two: ₹ 450

Happy Hakka

In the mood for Chinese? Call Happy Hakka {or place your order online}. We’re fans of their Wonton Soup, Kung Pao Chicken and their super filling meal bowls. Extra points for their neat packaging.

Delivery Services

Happy Hakka

3.7

Jaipuria Plaza, 149, Sector 26, Noida

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Tawak

If you’re working in Sector 63 or around, Tawak is a great lunch option. Choose from a range of Indian curries and kebabs and Asian fare. Whether you’re looking for the regular dal chawal or a galouti kebab, they’ve got you covered.

Casual Dining

Tawak

H-224/H, 1st Floor, Near Ginger Hotel, Sector-63, Noida

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Naivedyam

When you’re in the mood for idlis and dosas, there are few places which hit the spot as beautifully as Naivedyam. If you’re confused about what to order, we’d say stick to the South Indian Thali {especially if you have a rumbling tummy}, the Mysore Rava Masala Dosa and the Appam Kurma {appams mixed with vegetable stew}.

Casual Dining

Naivedyam

4.3

H-1/A/17, 1st Floor, Near Fortis Hospital, Sector 63, Noida

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Al Nazeer Foods

North Indian cuisine specialist Al Nazeer has a host of options for meat lovers. If you’re vegetarian look away now. Their veg section has all of seven dishes, with the tandoori and curry sections the real stars of the show. Among their more popular dishes are the classic butter chicken and chicken biryanis, but their starters also include the delicious Mutton Burrah, and we hear the korma is decent too.

Fill Up

A classic mix of north Indian and Chinese, Fill Up is old school. Choose from their extensive desi main courses, Chinese mains and starters, or the lesser touched back of the menu that includes sandwiches, pastas and rolls. In Chinese, the Shredded Chicken in Garlic Butter Sauce sounds heavenly and in the Indian mains it is hard to look beyond their curries- Mutton Rogan Josh, Murg Makhanwala {butter chicken} and the like.

Casual Dining

Fill Up

4.1

Elddeco Arcadia, Sector PI-1, Greater Noida, Noida

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Hungry I

Comfort food at its best, Hungry I is filled with burgers, sandwiches, huge salad bowls, pastas, shakes and more. We hear they’ve added some Tex-Mex options to their menu, which sounds delicious. There is of course the obligatory Chinese corner of the menu. We recommend you try their pastas.

Cafes

Hungry I

3.8

20, A Block Market, Near Amity School, Sector 44, Noida

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