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It’s a steal!

It’s a steal!
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The dil walon ki dilli has its heart residing in Connaught Place, or as most of us call it, CP! It holds in its arms everything. From clothing to great food to room decor and jewellery - all of it ranging from the sasta Janpath to the not-so-sasta Inner circle.

Being the hangout hub for most youngsters, eating well and in the pocket money budget is not an easy task! CP is dotted with outlets of well-known food stops like Pizza Hut, Domino’s, McDonalds and others. But alongside coexist a number of smaller, lesser known, not-so-famous food joints that offer pocket friendly, traditional with the promise to spice up the Indian taste buds at as low as Rs 50 to 75. Some of the stalls we are talking of are owned by the 3rd or the 4th generations who are proud to keep people happy and satiated with their dishes. Millennium Post picks some favourites. Read on...

Keventers
Since 1948, Keventers, now named
Shake Square, has been serving its famous milk shakes from the small outlet just next to Wengers. The look of it, would tell you it’s that old! They have flavours ranging from Coffee, to strawberry and butterscotch. Everything.  You’ll find it in Block A of the inner circle. Wanna start your day with some lovely milk? Exit no.1 of Rajiv Chowk metro station it is.

Depaul’s
This awesome coffee shop, just next to the hustle bustle of Janpath, serves you the best cold coffee. The best, in just 30 rupees! They have flavours too. Our favourite is Hazelnut.  Also, do not miss the chicken and paneer momos steaming just outside. They make a great combo. Trust us!

Pappu Chaat House
For more than 33 years, outside Naurang House on Kasturba Gandhi Marg, the proud owner has been selling delicious aloo chaat  only for Rs. 30 a plate. They’ve truly been spicing it up for the hungry shoppers!  You can also try some other spicy treats and fresh fruit juice they serve.

Gupta ji’s
Conveniently located outside the old Super Bazar, easily recognized through the large crowd of foodies, Gupataji’s offers a whole variety of delicious yet sasta North Indian mini meals like rajma chawal, chole chawal , kadichawal etc. Our favourite is Chole Bhature, and we spent only Rs 40 for it.

Bawa da Dhabha

Tired shopping, and are hungry? A full fledged lunch or dinner would be waiting for you at Bawa Da Dhaba on the Jantar Mantar Road. They’ll serve you a huge ‘thali’ with naan, shahi panner, dal makhani, raita and salad at just Rs 70. For more than 25 years, Bawa Da Dhaba  is consistently adding to its long list of satisfied and loyal customers.
You can thank us for this list later! Tuck in.
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