A laidback café located in the café capital of Delhi, Hauz khas, Kunzum travel café is one of the most unique cafes in India. It is an ideal place for travel enthusiasts, storytellers, musicians and anyone looking to make like-minded friends. The café hosts various workshops, photography displays and interactive talks all year round and also have a well-stocked library.
Where - T-49, GF, Hauz Khas Village,
A playful hangout place located in Versova, Leaping windows are inspired by Japanese Manga cafes. The café boasts of a beautiful patio and a solid library of comics and graphic novels which you can enjoy with your friends. Their menu is super clever and tasty and their Chickenator sandwich is to die for.
A popular café in Jaipur, the curious life has a vibe of its own. Everything about it whispers coffee from the menu to aroma, to upholstery. It even allows its visitors to choose the origin and the kind of brewing method of their coffee. This is one hangout place which is a must-visit with your coffee aficionado friend.
One of the very few bicycle cafes in the world, Ciclo café is a unique café where you can ride, refresh and recharge with your friends. Their ambiance adds to the effect and has chandleries made of chains and bike hanging in the windows. To top all of this, they serve global cuisine and their pizza verdure is to die for.
Where - Old No. 33, New No. 47,
An art café on the serene beaches of North Goa, Saraya café aims to merge art, food, and awareness. From their bamboo exterior to their organic plant-based menu, everything about them helps you become friends with nature. Their art gallery is a treat to the sensibilities and hosts several events all year round.
An altruistic hangout place in Ahemdabad, Sewa café gives you a chance to savour your meal while allowing you pay for the next visitor’s meal. They embody the core of every friendship – sharing is caring. The café is run by volunteers for whom the only remuneration is good karma. The menu is purely vegetarian and the sandwiches are finger-licking good.
A dark café playing with the senses just like all our friendships, Taste of darkness is a multi-cuisine café with an unlit dining room which heightens the other senses including taste. The waiters are visually impaired and surprise you with a four-course vegetarian/non-vegetarian meal. Their soups are popular and standard meal for two costs around INR 800.
An English café in the city of dhabas, Backpacker’s cafe is certainly hard to miss. Designed with love, the café displays travel artefacts from different parts of the world. The newspaper format menu adds to its unique ambience and makes it a popular hangout place. Their coffee, caramel cheesecake, and thin crust pizza are a must-try.
Where - 16, Inner Market, Sector 9d,
An iconic café born in 1871, Leopold café is a café like no other. The ambience is funky and an instant conversation starter. From Harley Davidson metal cutlery to wobbly fans to pop wall art there is nothing about Leopold café that you would like to miss. Their hip menu is swarming with options, from chikoo milkshake to chicken wings to classic cheesecake, their quality and quantity are awesome. They even have a special menu for Chinese food options. A standard meal for two costs around INR 1000.
Where - Opposite Olympia Coffee House,
A colourful café, The Country House clearly has the best breakfast menu in town. From waffles, pizzas to mushroom crepes to classic fish and chips – there is nothing that will not entice your senses. A cozy little place to hang out with friends, the café has vintage interiors and photogenic décor.
Where - 4C, Allenby Rd, Sreepally,
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