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#SocialGoatLoves These Instagrammable Cafes In Delhi

Saylee Padwal
You have got to try them all!

Heading to Delhi on your next trip? Between the aura of Old Delhi and the street food places lining its legendary streets, Hauz Khas Village and Chandni Chowk, you can enjoy a plethora of activities.
And while the whole city inspires you to photograph every corner, here are a few hand-picked options to fuel the Instagrammer in you.
So, get your phones and appetites ready, as these cafes are sure to make you go, ‘Wow’ the moment you step in!

1. FabCafe, Lajpat Nagar
Lajpat Nagar’s FabCafe is an Indian inspired bistro focusing on bringing a nutritious and contemporary menu highlighting lndia’s diverse cuisines. An initiative by retail giant, FabCafe’s menu represents various regional cuisines made with seasonal ingredients amidst a serene environment. You won’t be able to resist pulling out your phone and snapping a few pics as you get a taste of its lovely hand-painted walls, soothing Indian classical playlist, and mellow lights. Grab a seat and a bottle of Kombucha, because you aren’t going to leave anytime soon!

We GOAT Your Back: The Dakbungalow Veggie Medley and Kathal Quinoa Biryani

#LiveInStyleLoves These Instagrammable Cafes in Delhi

2. Olly, Olive's All Day Cafe & Bar, DLF Cyber City
With bespoke drinks, honest food, and craft coffee, Olly is a happy neighbourhood café. A breath of fresh air in Cyber Hub’s slew of restaurants, it provides a vibe and menu inspired by Australian cafes. Complete with outdoor seating, wooden furniture, beautiful tiled floors, and potted plants, it’s a great place to hang around on a leisurely summer afternoon, book and coffee in hand.

We GOAT Your Back: The Toscana Pizza paired with their signature Banoffee Pie.

#SocialGoatLoves These Instagrammable Cafes In Delhi

3. Café Dori, Chhatarpur
A brand extension of Napa Dori, Café Dori serves delectable pan-European cuisine with eye-catching presentations. Situated in a warehouse, you won’t struggle to find sunlight in this café. Recognised by both, art enthusiasts and food connoisseurs alike, its excellently edited menu offers plenty of egg and meat-based items to choose from. If you’re one who prefers some sun, this has got to be the spot for you to bask in.

We GOAT Your Back: The Pumpkin Ravioli with a serving of the Provencal Filo Tart and an Ice Pour Over.

#LiveInStyleLoves These Instagrammable Cafes in Delhi

4. Lavaash By Saby, Mehrauli
A must visit spot for bloggers and Instagrammers alike, Lavaash helmed by Chef Saby and Chef Megha arguably has the most Insta-worthy cuisine out there. A fusion of Armenian and Bengali cuisine, albeit with a difference, Lavaash also has delicious lunch options and an amazingly chic décor. Inspired by the Armenian settlements in and around the coal mining belt of Asansol and Kolkatta, is worthy of your attention with its bright peacock motifs, hues of blue and white, and an irresistible outdoor seating space. It’s too pretty not to Instagram.

We GOAT Your Back: The Mutton Rezala and Buttered Govindbhog Rice with some Orange Pound Cake and Nolen Gur Ice Cream for dessert.

#LiveInStyleLoves These Instagrammable Cafes in Delhi

5. Diggin, Chanakyapuri
Hidden inside the Santushti Shopping Complex, Diggin stands out from the crowd owning to it’s signature quirk. With a lovely courtyard to comfort you along with a delectable range of dishes, Diggin is a fun, laid-back place to hang out. Its lush greenery, fairy lights, and white bird cages will instantaneously transport you into a fairy tale land making it the perfect spot for a quick Insta-sesh. Your followers will appreciate it.

We GOAT Your Back: The Riccota Cheese Calzone and the Oreo Brownie Cheese Cake which make for a great meal.

#SocialGoatLoves These Instagrammable Cafes In Delhi

If you didn’t gram it, did it even happen? What are your favourite spots in Delhi that fetch you the most likes? Tell us in the comments below!

 
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