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If you are one of those who prefer to eat a bit before you catch a flight then Café Delhi Heights at the airport is a good bet to eat some wholesome food. A good fluffy omelette or a filling sandwich are both available here in transit. Opt for the Two Cheese Omelette which is served with grilled vegetables and rosti potato or the bold Eggs Benedict which is served on a buttery croissant. You also have the option to eat a Nutella Glazed Buttery Toast – not a lot of places offering this simple brekkie – which is served with some maple on the side. Choose from the amazing range of lassis to keep your gut happy – the rose lassi is a must try while the masala chaas is also delicious.
1. Too expensive. Prices are beyond 5 star hotels 2. Galauti kebab with bread? Dont serve desi food if you cant put proper ruamali roti 3. Chicken chettinad was anything but chettinad. Tasted ok. But not chettinad. The naan served with it were cold like bought from fridge. The material they used to prepare food seemed fresh unlike many restaurants. The only reason i didnt complain at venue was that i was with office people.
Went there for drink, cocktail took bit long to produce and it was unbalanced. Dosent mind to wait if the drink taste and look good. This was my third bar in airport as i had a long wait. Compare to the other two this place is very average.
Good place to unwind after office hours - good music and ambience. They have their own versions of the food - we ordered the Khau Suey, although not like the original but tasted good in their own style.
The Delhi Heights café at World Mark sets a nice, cheery vibe. The demographic is a mix of families and couples. The food is tasty and the quality of the produce used stands out. We had Laal Maas with Bajra Roti, Alu Tikki Chaat, Fish and chips,Grilled fish and were too full to even contemplate dessert! The Bajra Rotis with ghee deserve a special mention. The service was helpful and patient while we deliberated over the menu. Nice place to chill and before or after a quick round of shopping! :)
Nice place at the airport for a break , had some sandwiches and a beer and it was nice relaxing experience. A bit costly but service is quick and good . A good place to chill yourself if you have interconnecting flights.
Sometimes you need a place to chill out and unwind with a hot drink and something comforting to eat. Maybe relax with a book or music or with a friend who you can lose yourself into for hours away from the everyday stress. If you too would like a place like this then make your way to Delhi’s favorite hangout ‘Café Delhi Heights’. However the one we are talking about is a little off beat, meaning its located at Worldmark 3 in Hospitality District, Aerocity, IGI Airport, New Delhi. It may be a bit far away to travel but if you are in that area by any chance do drop in for a scrumptious bite. It remains open until midnight in case you are flying in or out around that time.
To gratify the unpredictable food cravings of Delhiets, Café Delhi Heights curates a menu that is all encompassing. You can eat anything from a plate of pasta to spicy Sri Lankan curry sitting at one table. The menu of Café Delhi Heights is pretty eclectic, dabbling into various cuisines. Asian, Modern Indian, Continental and American, all types of cuisines are targeted here and presents quite a diverse picture. Come down for a breakfast or later on in the day for drinks. The place will suit all. Begin diving into the menu with, gunpowder aloo, galouti kebab, crispy lotus-root honey & chilli, BBQ chicken finger with romesco, Tiptop mkt. palak patta chaat and amritsari fish mini-steaks. Second course entails, juicy lucy burger, pizza quatro stagioni, pasta alla rosa, Chennai gili biriyani, delighted mutton saag, baked vegetables ratatouille, rajasthani lal maas, Goan style hot & sour pork ribs, Sichuan style kung pao chicken and rendang curry.
Indulge your sweet tooth with an assortment of innovative desserts on offer at Café Delhi Heights. Some really quirky ones are, quinoa kullad pudding, khurchan millie faille, motichoor laddu cheesecake and Karachi haluwa brownie cake. Classic stuff is available too like, Italian tiramisu, banoffee pie and chocolate mud-cake sundae. The décor of this outlet of Café Delhi Heights is the less eccentric version of its other stereotypical outlets. Exposed brick walls in earthy tone sets off the bright coloured chairs beautifully. Ambience is casual, relaxed and quiet. A small outdoor seating area comes attached to the main dining space where you can sit and enjoy cool breeze. Prices are moderate and not excessive.