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Kanika Nevatia Mar 16 2015

Which are some late-night hangout places in Delhi?

Etti Bali Mar 16 2015
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Pull an all-nighter in your beloved city! With these late-night hangout places in Delhi, the city caters to the foodies, wanderers and thrill-seekers alike. From byzantine lanes of Old Delhi to an exhilarating road-trip--the city offers it all!

Chandni Chowk, Old Delhi

Literally translating to “Moonlit Square”, Chandni Chowk represents a Delhi lost in time. Take a night walk of the city’s heritage hub to see it in its true essence. Of course, the kebabs, sweets and the parathas in the Parathe Wali Gali add more reasons to go on this bingeing-tour!

Stuffed Naans (by Prateek Rungta)

Comesum, Nizamuddin


Think 24x7 food outlets, think Comesum at Nizamuddin Railway Station! Such is the reputation of this restaurant chain that even if you are not a passenger, you would still plan a visit for a late night binge!

Open 24x7! (from the official website)

Pandara Road Market, Pandara Road


The beautiful avenue near India Gate boasts of some of the most famous restaurants in Delhi including Gulati’s and Ichiban! Take a stroll to India Gate and end your meal with some ice-lollies at Lovely Chuski.

Gulati’s (from the official Facebook page)

Rajinder da Dhaba, Safdarjung


A popular joint with hardcore Delhi foodies, Rajinder da Dhaba delivers a delectable fare of Tandoori, Mughlai and Chinese delicacies. Adding to its repertoire is the fact that even Bollywood celebrities visit this place for film promotions!

Team Daawat-e-Ishq at Rajinder da Dhaba (from official Twitter page)

Mocha Art House, DLF Promenade


An eclectic mix of art, culture and food, Mocha Art House at DLF Promenade is an experiential dining venue. The cafe serves experimental culinary creations along with a generous dose of edgy artistic expression!

Art and Dine! (from the official website)

Shivaji Stadium, Connaught Place

Make a beeline for Shivaji Stadium, where, right opposite McDonalds, you will find a slew of dhabas and shacks selling drool-worthy kadhi rice, parathas and tandoori delights! Catering to the affluent and budget-friendly guests alike, this is one of the best late-night hangout places in Delhi.

Kebabs! (by Robert)

JNU, Nelson Mandela Marg

Known to be in the news for more reasons than one, the JNU Campus in South Delhi is a haven for night-crawlers! With numerous dhabas such as Ganga Dhaba, North-Eastern Dhaba, Mammu’s Dhaba and the Library Canteen, and the lush green ridge, this place is a hit with foodies!


Mammu’s Dhaba (by Manuel Menal)

Twenty-Four Seven, Delhi/NCR

This chain of convenience stores across Delhi/NCR came as an answer to all our prayer! The chain offers meals, snacks, beverages and packaged goodies to curb those hunger pangs--any time of the day!

To the rescue! (from the official Facebook page)

Patel Chest, North Campus


Tree-lined avenues, colonial hangover and the buzz of student-life envelop you as soon you step foot in Delhi University’s North Campus. You will find a lot of shacks and dhabas here, but the one at Patel Chest serves the most amazing bun-butter and tea, omelettes and a special Maggi recipe!

Mmmm...Maggi! (by Etti Bali)

Murthal, NH1

Hardly 50 km from Delhi, Murthal is a one-stop destination for all your gastronomic needs while on NH1. The stopover has many famous eateries such as Sukhdev Dhaba, Haveli and Gulshan Dhaba. Make a late-night road trip to savour lip-smacking vegetarian dishes!

Sukhdev Dhaba (from the official Facebook page)

After this whirlwind virtual tour of the city’s all-night open joints, who wouldn’t be tempted to begin their own night-crawl! Make it a "night of the town" with these late-night hangout places in Delhi!

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