The best cafes in New Delhi NCR are within your reach with our super-helpful guide of must-visit places.
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Coffee is the new tea and the brew of choice. Delhi is catching up with the coffee culture of the rest of the world. For every coffee buff, these are 5 cafes they must visit when in Delhi.

Ivy & Bean

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Looking for a cosy corner with a homely feel, head to the bylanes of Shapurjat where, just ahead of The Shoe Garage, you will find Ivy & Bean on the first floor. The café is run by young chefs, a couple who have created the menu with a wide range of comfort and health foods and beverages. Their cold brewed ‘Smooth Black’ coffee is rich in flavour and perfect for hot Delhi summers.

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Blue Tokai

Blue Tokai started out as suppliers of single-estate coffees including some organic ones. Their café, an extension of the work area for roasting, grinding and packaging, has a rustic European feel. They have the widest variety of coffees and they brew them as per your preference (pour-over, French press, aero press, cold brew etc.). If you fancy a bite, their limited food menu is unusual and tasty too.

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The Coffee Bond

Hosting people engaged on their laptops to friends meeting or someone spending a quiet “me time”, this small friendly and cheerful cafe serves great coffee and vegan chocolates from Auroville, which look like small sets of reference books. Tasty and wholesome comfort food sums up the experience of this tucked away haven in the Uday Park Market in South Delhi.

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Cafe Lota

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We walked into Cafe Lota on a warm summer day in Delhi and drank tall glasses of delicious cold mint lemonade. Cool and green, the cafe gives the impression of being in a wooden hut in the middle of a forest. This is not your traditional coffee place but with its great single estate coffees and tea from Karnataka this is the place to unwind. They experiment with fusion food, mostly from the southern half of India, which is outstanding and great value for money.

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Di Ghent Cafe

Inspired by the town of Ghent in Belgium the cafe has an interesting and pleasing combination of lights, furniture and decor. They have a large inviting breakfast menu, salads and main courses. Their names express their sense of humour if you know Dutch. The strong and fresh cappuccino is recommended, especially for a Sunday brunch.

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