Best Restaurants in Delhi to Relive your Monsoon Memories

Monsoon always makes us feel nostalgic and takes us back to the memory lanes of our childhood. It always reminds us of the garama garam Pakodas, hot cup of tea, Masaledaar corns and Vada Pav that were a staple food of monsoon. But as we grow up, we get more involved in our daily routines that it becomes hard to take out time to indulge ourselves in those fiery delights. So, to ease your task, we bring to you best rated restaurants that offer you these delights to relive your childhood.

Junglee Billee

Junglee Billee offers a breath-taking interior done with different colours, beautiful wall designs and comfortable seating. The restaurant inspired by Mumbai food offers a large variety of Mumbai Street food to choose from. The dishes are named quite interestingly such as Khopcha Masala Fries, Churchgate Pav Bhaji, Pandus Vada Pav and are good enough to let you satiate your monsoon cravings.

Address: M-24, M Block Market, G. K – 1, New Delhi

Junglee Billee, GK 1

Coffee & Chai Co.

Coffee & Chai Co. is a perfect destination to achieve comfort & camaraderie at Golf Course Road, Gurgaon. The pictures of hill stations and ice peaked mountains from all over India on the walls gives a soothing ambience while sipping on your steaming cup of tea. The food menu offers a variety of delicacies from Italian, Mexican and Café delights. The uniqueness of the place lies in its separate, all-day breakfast menu with some great options from gourmet omelettes and classic pancakes. Don’t miss to munch on some of the delights such as different types of Pakoras, Chaats and Kulchas.

Address: UG 8 Southpoint mall, Golf Course Road, Sector 53, Gurugram

Coffee & Chai Co, Connaught Place (CP)

The Masala Trail

The Masala Trail is a premium restaurant by the renowned chef and food critic Osama Jalali. Everything here from ambience to creative graffiti and hanging cycles from the ceiling would let you fall in love with the restaurant. The menu offers an array of dishes varying from North India to South India with the main focus on street food. Banarasi Tamatar Chaat, Cheese Momos, Dabeli Pav, Jaipuri Pyaj ki Kachori and Pakoda Basket are some of the delicacies that will let you relive your childhood.

Address: 52, Janpath Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi

The Masala Trail, Connaught Place (CP)

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What a Comic Show will take you down to the memory lane when Chacha Chaudhary, Phantom, Tinkle etc. were your favourite characters and reading comic books was your favourite time pass. They have a library with all-time favourite books, interior done in blue and yellow tones and decorated with comic artefacts. They serve amazing food with drinks and beverages, so you can simply take out your favourite book from the library and get lost in your Childhood memories. Don’t forget to order your favourite drink and Jumbo Dumplings with Schezwan Sauce, Chicken Shabalay, Vegetarian Corn Dumplings or French Fries.

Address: C – 21, Hauz Khas Enclave, S.D.A Community Centre, Opp. IIT Main Gate, New Delhi

The Masala Trail, Connaught Place (CP)

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Nukkad, SDA Market

Affluent lighting and chic decor with polished wooden furniture add an undeniable charm to the atmosphere of Nukkad. The outdoor seating gives an open-air space feeling with bare brick walls and the overgrown Neem tree (decorated with a series of festive lights) completes the overall experience with a Nukkad feel to it. The food menu has everything that will take you down to memory lane with highly recommended dishes such as Bread Pakora, Spicy French Toast, Railway Cutlet and Maggi.

Address: C 23,24, SDA Market, Chaudhary Deep Chand Marg, Block 4, Gole Market, New Delhi

Nukkad, SDA Market

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