Mukesh Chetwani

13 October 2020

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Cheap Restaurants in Delhi

  1. Rajinder Da Dhaba

Dhabas are roadside food shops serving up low-priced and delightful food items. Rajinder Da Dhaba, a place that holds a signature status in Delhi, started off as a similar small cafeteria approximately five decades ago. However, the dhaba has now grown to occupy an enormous space in a strip mall. It is hard to choose the finest dishes from the menu, but quite a few favorites include the chicken shawarma, Afghani chicken, mutton seekh rolls and dal makhani. The food is served fresh and the service is amazingly quick.

 

Timings for Rajinder Da Dhaba is 03:00 PM to 11:00 PM .

Cost is around  600 Bucks for two

 

  1. Imly, Rajendra Place

Imly has created its position in the culinary world in an extremely short span of time and has 8 outlets spread across the Delhi. With a railway coach theme ambiance, it offers cuisines from different cities of India. Since, we all are fascinated by trains right from our childhood and wandering through them still remains one of the fondest and most beautiful  memory. If you want to experience the same with some delicious food, never miss out this affordable restaurant in Delhi.

 

Timings for Imly is 12:00 PM to 11:45 PM .

Cost is around  1000 Bucks for two

 

  1. Pishori Chicken & Kabab

Tucked away in the busy by lanes of Lajpat Nagar, Pishori Chicken & Kabab offers a luxurious array of delicious food like Paneer Tikka Roll, Barra Chicken Tikka, Chicken Seekh Kabab, Fish Tikka, Stuff Barra Chaap and much more that you can savor for a laid-back lunch buffet on a weekday. And that too in a very affordable price.

 

Timings for Pishori Chicken & Kabab is 05:29 PM to 10:00 PM .

Cost is around  400 Bucks for two

 

  1. Wenger’s

Wenger’s is designed in 1926 by a British architect Sir Robert Tor Russel. The place actually needs no introduction. Wenger’s is a fabulous confectionary and the first bakery to be acquainted with French bread, Swiss chocolates and margarine pastries in the capital. The place has a small dining area and the interiors have a wonderful heritage touch to it. Must-haves in Wenger’s are Prawn Cocktail Sandwich, Puff Pastry, Nutella Waffles, Chicken Patty

 

Timings for Wenger’s is 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM .

Cost is around  500 Bucks for two

 

  1. Haldiram’s

Haldiram’s, is all over Delhi located and best option if you are in hurry and wish to have reasonable lunch, like working lunch. It is also worth for getting variety of sweets and snacks.

One of the most pocket friendly eateries in Delhi, nothing can ever beat Haldiram’s when it narrows down to sweet dishes, multi-cuisine food, hygiene, great ambiance, good quantity and yes of course the affordability. It began as a small shop in Bikaner and by 1982, Haldiram’s had already started to set up shops in Delhi. Haldiram’s also trades its products outside the country and USA was the first country.

 

Timings for Haldiram’s is 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM .

Cost is around  600 Bucks for two

 

 

  1. Big Yellow Door

A tilted yellow door, decorative lights and paper lamps hanging from the rooftop make for a charming ambience. Known for its fashionable drinks, such as rocky road shake, mojito and lime soda, the place is mostly visited by college students because of its pocket-friendly rates. Big Yellow Door has steadily managed to stay on top of its game even in the face of stiff competition, thanks to their quality of food, their friendly service and affordable price range. The cafe is typically known for its delicious burgers and pasta, such as the BYD Cheese Bomb Burger and butter chicken pasta, an Indian attempt on the Italian staple, which come highly recommended.

 

Timings for Big Yellow Door is 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM .

Cost is around  800 Bucks for two

 

 

  1. Chowringhee, Karol Bagh

Known as one of the most prevalent street food spots in Delhi, Chowringhee is a small food joint famous for serving tasty rolls and fast food. The place is just flawless for students who are on a budget to have mouthwatering rolls at a decent price. However, there is no dining arrangement, but you can stand outside and eat and enjoy. Their variety of rolls is the key attractions of the joint. Moreover, the juicy and spicy filling of these rolls will surely make you come again to this place.

 

Timings for Chowringhee is 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM .

Cost is around  600 Bucks for two

 

  1. Billu’s Hut, NSP

For those who like to eat cheese, mayo, and saucy food, this place is best for you. Billu’s Hut is famous for its Chinese and fast food. Though the joint does not have seating arrangements, it still can be seen overcrowded because for its tempting delicious food. Also, the most appealing thing is their prompt service along with the price and quality of their offerings. Must try dishes of Billu’s Hut  are  Punjabi Pasta and Choco Mud Shake.

 

Timings for Billu’s Hut is 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM .

Cost is around  400 Bucks for two

 

  1. Bistro 57, Netaji Subhash Place

Being one of the franchise cafeterias of Bistro, the cafe is also known as ‘King of Drinks’. Also, the food joint is considered amongst the budget places to eat out in Delhi. It serves fast food and beverages of memorable taste. Moreover, the taste of their food chastely defines their prices. Apart from this, the hygiene level of this cafeteria is also very much high which is a plus point. There is no seating in the cafe but it is still well-organized and managed one that has huge hype for the outstanding cafe in NSP.

 

Timings for Bistro 57 is 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM .

Cost is around  250 Bucks for two

 

  1. Uncle Chicken Shawarma, Dwarka Sector-10

Dwarka is the best place to hunt for some lip-smacking shawarmas in Delhi. The taste of Uncle Chicken’s Shawarmas is so amazingly out of this world that one will treasure every bite of it. They do not include any sort of vegetables which most of the shawarma maker does. Moreover, their stuffing is so much full of goodness that makes the shawarma just perfect and it becomes really irresistible when combined with the mayo and green sauce which they provide with it. The joint can only be visited during the night time although it opens in the late morning. They managed a small shawarma stall outside their shop every evening.

Timings for Uncle Chicken Shawarma is  03:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Cost is around  250 Bucks for two

 

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