Being a pure foodie at heart, I love tasting new flavors every now and then. But, my life is not allowing me to do the same because of busy schedule. It is been more than a month that I visited Café Dalal Street in CP, Delhi and till now I have not been able to publish the review.
Phew!! Finally, after such a long gap, I am here to share the review of the Café Dalal Street. I know I am super-duper late in sharing the review but my life is going with so many ups and downs. Anyway, let’s chuck out all the worries and concentrate on the yummy cuisines, which I’ll be sharing here.
So, on 9th December, 2015 I visited Café Dalal Street and was welcomed with yummy cuisines. When I entered the premises of the café, I could feel the change in a positive way. The ambiance is decorated in a very funky way, which will surely be liked by the youth. You can have a look at the ambiance of the café in the pictures below.
If you are a true vegetarian, then also you get so many options to eat. Being a vegetarian myself, I felt that I won’t be able to taste new cuisines here but I was completely wrong. I tasted some yummy food and thoroughly enjoyed all of them.
Without expanding this post, let me show you what I tasted at Café Dalal Street. Here we go!!
GINGER PUNCH: This drink is a mix of mint, lime, strawberry and ginger. The taste is very well executed by the café and it gives a kind of freshness.
Cost: Rs. 165/–
PEANUT BUTTER & BANANA SHAKE: I bet you’ll love the taste of this shake to the core. I actually felt the flavors of peanut and butter and banana in the shake. It might make your throat sore for few seconds by the fresh flavors will light up your mood, though it will take some time to settle down in the flavors.
Cost: Rs. 245/-
TAWA PANEER GOL-GAPPE: Gol-gappe has always been Delhi’s favorite street food all of times. People and tourists come here to taste the chunkiness and ‘chatpatta’ flavors of gol-gappe. Café Dalal Street has worked a lot on this dish and came out with this plate. This Delhi favorite street snack is presented to you with chunks of cottage cheese, onion and mint. The paneer is prepared like a vegetable and the sauce is tangy and served hot. It is just delicious, do taste it.
Cost: Rs. 165/-
HONEY-CHILLI POTATO: Loved the taste and crispiness of the French fries.
Cost: Rs. 225/-
SPRING ROLL: These are not the regular spring rolls but far better than them. The best part was the sauce with which this plate of French fries been served.
Cost: Rs. 165/- (half plate) Rs. 195/- (full plate)
CORN QUESADILLAS: A new version to serve a parantha! This yummy parantha is stuffed with refried beans and spiked with Mexican chillies, served with sour cream and salsa. I really liked the taste and is worth tasting.
Cost: Rs. 245/- (half plate) Rs. 265/- (full plate)
KHAO SUEY: If you are a person who loves traditional dishes, then this one is surely for you. The curry was so delicious; I have not tasted this level of tastiness as far as curry is concerned. But, the bottom line is this cuisine is too yummy to handle.
Cost: Rs. 375/395/425/- (v/c/p)
I was so impressed with the presentation! Unique, attractive and to the point. Also, the taste of all the cuisines I tasted was up to the mark. It is a perfect place to hang out with your family, friends or even your boyfriend/ girlfriend. I didn’t find this Café Dalal Street to be very expensive. You get quality food and living ambiance all together.
CAFÉ DALAL STREET
ADDRESS: M-89/90, M Block, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110001
PHONE NUMBER: 011 33106037
I really hope you enjoyed reading my review on the Café Dalal Street. Do share your views and experiences in the comments below.
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