As Delhi University is all set to welcome fresher’s who have survived the sky high cut offs we tell you the major problems faced by college students. Firstly, they are always broke; secondly they are always looking out for new places to hangout that fit in their budget. We tell you the top eating joints that are not only popular because of variety in their menu, ambience and taste but are also pocket friendly. So here is a list of food joints to calm down our hunger bellies:
Location : 2520, 1st Floor, Hudson Lane, Kingsway Camp, Delhi University-GTB Nagar, New Delhi
Every student must visit this place. QD’s is able to attract college students because of its ambience and the variety in its menu. Not only its pocket friendly but quite close to Delhi University’s North campus. The place is famous for its tasty Tandoori Momos and the variety of drinks like “Jump up and Kiss Me”.
#2. The Big Yellow Door
Location : H 8 B, Near GTB Nagar Metro Station, Opposite Hudson Lane’s NDPL Office, Vijay Nagar
The Big Yellow Door also known as ‘BYD’ . The place is not big enough to fit in a large crowd but then it covers up this drawback by its variety in menu, which includes tasty dishes from BYD cheese bomb burger to weight watchers salad the place has good music , nice decoration , good services and to top this all affordable prices ! Isn’t it exactly want we want ?
#3. Momos Point
Location : 27 UB, Jawahar Nagar, Kamla Nagar
This is the first place that has come up with the idea of variety of momos in north campus. The place has been started by an alumnus of Hansraj College. It serves both veg and non veg momos along with a range of other Chinese food items.The vibrant menu include pork momos , fried momos, tandoori momos, honey chilli potatoes, etc. Good Chinese food that too at affordable prices , awesome ! Isn’t it ?
Location : 1st Floor, 2526, Hudson Lane, Kingsway Camp, Delhi University-GTB Nagar, New Delhi
The place is known for its quality of food and student friendly ambience. The place has varied cuisines on its menu such as American, Lebanese, Mexican, and Italian & Continental. A meal for would cost round about Rs 750. Exotic cuisines and affordable prices, rare combination ain’t it?
#5. Chache Di Hatti
Location : 32, Near All Smile Dental Clinic, Kamla Nagar
Looking for some greasy and typical Punjabi food, then foodies this is your paradise. The place is preferred by students looking for a quick bite without compromising on the taste that a typical Punjabi food has to offer. Tasty lip smacking chole bhature are coupled with green chillies and chopped onion. What else is the definition of perfect?
All these places do fit in your budgets and get through your check list as well. All the best Freshers! Set out and explore them.
[author image=”http://www.aapkatimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/IMG-20150618-WA0073.jpg” ]Aditi is currently pursuing law from IPU. Reading books and writing is her ultimate getaway from the world.[/author]