5 Popular Cafes In Delhi That Serve The Best Breakfast

By Disha Kameldeep

Rise and shine city dwellers. Your day ahead is sunny…side-up.

Delhi cafes offer the best breakfast in town and give the most splendid choice of food to start your day off with a smile. The go-to principle of eating all day is “Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince and Dinner like a Popper”.

I don’t know about lunch and dinner, but Breakfast like a King is the ideal mantra in life and these breakfast cafes will help you achieve that life goal.

Café Lota

Cafe Lota in New Delhi Cafe Lota. Image: Livemint

Café Lota is located far away from all the hustle bustle of city life, in the National Crafts Museum in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. One of the most neoteric cafes, they serve regular home cooked and street style foods with a modern and avant-garde twist to it.

They serve North Indian, South Indian and Bihari cuisines and never fail to impress. Dishes as simple as gol gappas and ragi banana pancakes are plated restaurant style and their cold kaapi is to die for!

All in all, this place is the perfect mix of home food and high class dining with the perfect crafty ambiance and open air seating that intensifies the feel of the food.

Address: National Crafts Museum, Gate No. 2, Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Amour Bistro

Breakfast Platter at Amour Bistro, New Delhi Breakfast Platter at Amour Bistro

Amour Bistro in Chanakyapuri is a Mediterranean themed café and is so in sync with its culture that its food transports you to its rich culture and heritage. The food is full of flavor and has sophisticated plating and service. Their breakfast menu features a wide array of egg dishes and exotic breads.

Their sandwiches and wholesome and meaty and make your mouth water. Amour Bistro is the place to go for the most exquisite tea and coffee breakfast dates! (They have a full bar too.)

Address: No.10/48, Malcha Marg, Block C, Diplomatic Enclave, New Delhi

The Coffee Shop

The Coffee Shop in Saket, New Delhi The Coffee Shop in Saket. Image: LBB

The Coffee Shop, located in Saket, serves quality food and has an exclusive All Day Breakfast Menu! What’s special about this menu is that it doesn’t list individual food items but a comprehensive cuisine based breakfast including The English Breakfast, The American Breakfast, and the Waffle Breakfast.

The café’s menu includes soups, salads and shakes as well. The tone of The Coffee Shop enhances the taste and is the perfect place for a multi cuisine breakfast-all day!

Address: 8, PVR Anupam Complex, Community Centre, Saket, New Delhi

Chai Point

Chai Point in Saket, New Delhi Chai Point in Saket. Image: YourStory

Chai Point is so typically Indian. It serves tea in the glasses that are so similar to the ones used at roadside tea stalls and that too at a very reasonable price.

What makes it one of the best breakfast spots is their ability to nail the flavor of tea and pairing it with the tastiest snacks like Samosa and Achari Puff.  They serve typical breakfast items like Poha and Tomato Vermicelli that are wholesome and easy on your pocket!

Address: Saket District Centre, Sector 6, Pushp Vihar, New Delhi

The All American Diner

The All American Diner at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi The All American Diner at India Habitat Centre. Image – SoDelhi

The All American Diner in IHC is so American, its flooring is black and white tiles and they serve the best burgers for breakfast. It has luscious crepes and pancakes and a menu that is sure to keep your appetite.

If the breakfast menu seems too simple for you, you can order from the never ending menu that consists of everything America eats all day. It has a fun atmosphere and is a great place to hang out with your buddies and have some beer.

Address: Ground Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi


So wakey-wakey! Get out of bed. Why settle for breakfast in bed when you have a feast awaiting you all around the city!

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