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10 Places to Have Breakfast in Delhi For Under Rs 1000

Published on: June 4, 2015 | Updated on: June 5, 2015

Mouth watering Breakfast Meals It is often said that a good start can make your day even more fruitful. And, for the true Delhiwallas, a scrumptious breakfast is what kickstarts the beginning of the day! No matter how much we love having those mouth-watering paranthas or scrambled eggs, we all have, at some point of time, missed our breakfast only to avoid the hassle of cooking. Delhites are big time foodies but they are equally lazy at the same time! Thanks to the luscious options for morning meals in Delhi, you don’t need to starve yourself or take the pains of cooking early in the morning! If you haven’t yet checked out the eating delights that Delhi has to offer, here is a list of 10 places that would give a toothsome kick-start to your day — all within Rs.1000!

1. The All American Diner

True to its name, this exotic place transports you to the Old American culture with its sharply contrasting seating. The black and white tiles, the bright red seating and the walls covered with the pictures of icons like Elvis Presley, Betty Boop, Marilyn Monroe, Rolling stones etc. will leave you captivated with the American charm. The menu here includes a typical English breakfast with Pancakes, Waffles, Sausages, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Coffees and Shakes!

Location: India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road
Timings: 7am – 12am
Cuisine: American, Fast Food
Price Range: Rs. 1000 for two

2. Bikers Cafe

This one’s for those who crave for Continental breakfasts! With a themed set-up, the Bikers Cafe has motorcycle parts, wheels and spokes hanging on the walls along with a bike spring seat to sit on. To make your meal even more enjoyable, it provides you with games like Scrabble, Chess and Jenga to play on your table. The cafe has an all-day breakfast menu that offers customised Eggs, Waffles, Cereals, Subs, Sandwiches, Fruits. For the health-conscious juices to detox are also available here!

Location: DDA shopping Complex, Vasant Kunj
Timings: 7.30am to 11pm
Cuisine: Continental, Cafe
Price Range: Rs. 800 for two

3. Sarvana Bhawan

Consider yourself lucky if you manage to secure a place here! This restaurant is always jammed with people waiting in long queues to find a table. But no matter how much you complain about the rush, you simply cannot resist the gastro delights you can savour at this place. Authentic South-Indian food at reasonable rates is all you need to make your mornings incredibly delightful. Sarvana Bhawan offers a plethora of Dosas, Idlis, Uttapams, Vadas and several other South-Indian delights served with a variety of Chutneys.

Location: Connaught Place
Timings: 8am to 11pm
Cuisine: South Indian
Price Range: Rs. 550 for two

4. The Blue Door Cafe

A bright coloured blue door at the entrance makes your way up to this simple, non-cluttered cafe! Unlike the other cafes, this one has a sophisticated ambience with electric green chairs being the only exception. You will also come across an art gallery that has some good work on display! There is lot to be tried at the Blue Door Cafe including their special range of Waffles, Crepes, Eggs, Pancakes and Fruit Bowls. Don’t miss upon the Blue Door Special Waffle Slam and the Strawberry Shake that taste like heaven!

Location: Khan Market
Timings: 7.30am to 11.30pm
Cuisine: Italian, French, European, Cafe
Price Range: Rs. 1000 for two

5. Amour Bistro

With an idyllic Modern European set-up, this place is perfect for admiring the beauty of the rising sun. The rustic walls, distressed wood ceilings, wrought-iron furniture and the chandeliers remind you of a quaint bistro in France. The menu here has a versatile offering with Salads, Pastas, Wood-fired Pizzas, Risottos, Steaks, Quiches and a lot more on the list. Both Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic drinks are served at the bar! A thing worth mentioning is the artful presentation of food that this place can boast of!

Location: Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri
Timings: 8.45am to 11.30pm
Cuisine: Mediterranean, Italian
Price Range: Rs. 1000 for two

6. Gyms Kook

Now this one’s a pretty unique place both in terms of its set-up as well as the food it offers! Don’t get surprised when I say that it only serves a fitness based cuisine, specially designed for the health freaks! Perhaps the first of its kind, Gyms Kook literally looks like a health club with gym equipment and supplement containers displayed all around. The food here is a rare combination of taste and nutrition that won’t make you feel guilty about cheating your fitness regime. Gyms Kook serves everything you may want to eat but with a healthy twist!

Location: Club road, Punjabi Bagh
Timings: 8.30am to 11pm
Cuisine: Healthy Food
Price Range: Rs. 800 for two

7. Baljeet’s Amritsari Koolcha

Here comes a big smile on the faces of all the typical Punjabis drooling for desi food early in the morning! One of the most popular places for authentic Amritsari breads, Baljeet has a stunning variety of stuffed Naan and Kulchas served with oodles of butter. They also serve Dal Makhni, Shahi Paneer, Mutter Paneer and Malai Kofta along with the breads. To complete the meal, indulge yourself in a huge glass of lassi and some Pista Kulfi served well in an earthen Kulhad!

Location: Jwala Heri Road, Paschim Vihar
Timings: 8.30am to 10pm
Cuisine: North Indian
Price Range: Rs. 300 for two

8. Cafe Qahwa

A relaxing place with a unique décor, Cafe Qahwa is a place for all! The atmosphere is quite laid back and unpretentious making it perfect for an easy breakfast. The menu here is perfectly tailored for an early morning meal and is quite unique in its offerings. The cafe serves a good variety of French Toasts, Crepes, Pancakes, Pasta, Eggs along with several other unique dishes. The prices are quite easy on the pocket and the food provides a good value for money!

Location: Opposite IIT Delhi
Timings: 7am to 11pm
Cuisine: Cafe
Price Range: Rs. 450 for two

9. Barichi

Barichi is totally apt for those who don’t want to limit themselves to only one kind of cuisine! It’s like a typical restaurant with a plain, not so flashy set-up. Surprisingly, this place also has a well-stocked bar within its space. The menu has a special section for breakfast that is served only in the mornings. Continental, American or Indian- you can choose the kind of breakfast you want to have! Try out the Indian specialities like Paranthas and Aaloo Poori at this place!

Location: East Patel Nagar
Timings: 7am to 12.30am
Cuisine: North Indian, Chinese, South-Indian
Price Range: Rs. 900 for two

10. Kake Di Hatti

One of the oldest eateries in Chandni Chowk, Kake Di Hatti is a popular name that draws a huge crowd from all around. The antiquity of this place is quite evident in its structure, which is almost 70 years old. Despite an unadorned look, what brings people to this place is the sinfully luscious food that it offers! Kake Di Hatti has an insane variety of Naans and Kulchas along with other delights like Paneer Tikka, Malai Kofta, Dal Makhni and Pineapple Raita. The food is so delicious that you will end up visiting this place almost every other day!

Location: Chandni Chowk
Timings: 8am to 1am
Cuisine: North Indian
Price Range: Rs. 300 for two

 


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I wanna eat all that yummy dishes!!!!!

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