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The back to school theme of Café Delhi Height’s makes this a very fun place to hang out at. Which means you can eat old-school 'Bread Rolls', 'Jam Paranthas' and 'Bread Pakoras' almost all through the day – a concept that is absolutely fun and exciting. For those looking to eat more substantially, the never-ending range of appetisers goes well with both their famous milkshakes and the cocktails, whatever time of day it may be. We tried the 'Cajun Spiced Crispy Okra' and the 'Galouti Kebab', both of which were very good as well as the 'Sweet Potato' and 'Falafel Tikki Chaat'. This is a geriatric-friendly place as well as wheel accessible.
Read the other terrible and poor reviews on this establishment because they are accurate. Have previously dined here, service was abysmal and food was ordinary. Recently, we were not wanting to risk eating at this restaurant again but were prepared to stop in for a beer with six other people. Would have stayed for several but as per usual staff totally ignore customers and getting anyones attention is a challenge. Staff running around like headless chooks are belligerent and dismissive of any service related questions. If you can't poor a beer properly learn how to do it... the attached photo says it all! Go elsewhere because at this place the staff are always right - avoid at all costs!
I visited Cafe Delhi Heights in RK Puram for lunch on a weekday. The place was not super packed and I managed to get a table near the bay windows. The service can be slow but is courteous. The overall ambiance is casual and there is pleasant music playing in the background. I ordered a mint lemonade (recommended) and sundried tomato and pesto risotto (highly recommended). The serve of their meals is usually large so I did end up getting the remaining risotto packed.
Went today for dinner. The restaurant manager was prompt enough to give us a table on a Sunday evening. The service was way too slow. Neither the service staff nor the kitchen staff was able to properly manage the rush. Had ordered a soup, some drinks & starters. The soup came after several reminders, way after the other people on the table were through with the starters & drinks. The taste of the soup was awful. In the main course, the Thai green curry tasted only of green chillies. Rest of the food was also very average tasting. One of the staff members was seen opening the cheese sticks pack with his mouth & was also not wearing his gloves. This was pointed out to the restaurant manager. The restaurant needs to pep up their staff. Overall a below average experience 😐
Cafe Delhi heights is my absolute favorite cafe ever! Their burgers are huge, I tried their Delhi burger and it was a hefty meal, it fetched quarter portion to four of us and was served with fries. Their mushroom asparagus rissoto is the ultimate and my most favorite. Their shakes are again very huge, it can be shared by two people easy and I've tried most of them and all are too good to be true. The best part is that their service is quick.
Wrong order was placed and even after that I didn’t not create an issue out of it and to that Manish Singh very rudely spoken to us and in front us slams the other staff so unprofessionally that I felt bad for them. He’s not just an unprofessional manager in fact he is not skilled person to work there! I have been to cafe Delhi heights at the worldmark, Aerocity. The staff was courteous and very efficient! Not this outlet!
To coddle the eccentric and highly unpredictable palate of Indian gourmets several restaurants are composing menus to capture various cuisines at the same time. They tease the palate with multiple different flavours, encompassing dishes from all over the globe to impress their patrons. One very popular example for a restaurant’s playful nature is ‘Café Delhi Heights’. The brand is one of the fastest growing chains of casual funky restaurants originating from Delhi and since then has spread numerous outlets all over the city. The busy upcoming locality of Sangam Courtyard in R.K Puram gains one outlet of this quirky trendy restaurant and is highly favored by diners of all ages. Families with kids to office goers coming in for lunch, Café Delhi Heights is attractive to all.
The restaurant starts its service around 10 am and as soon as it opens the doors, it receives a horde of hungry diners craving for a scrumptious breakfast. A comforting breakfast all day section boasts of delicacies like home-style quinua poha, pancakes, omelette, chilli cheese toast, wonder waffles and bajra khichadi with pudina raita. This delightful multi-cuisine menu then forays into the appetizers you can munch on with a nice boozy drink. Pick a soothing iced turmeric lemonade if you don’t want to drink. Nibble on, 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 gets a bit more exciting with, 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.
The menu is a clever blend of choosiest dishes from India and other parts of the world. There are many classic items on the menu including some exotic untried ones as well. Portions are huge, order accordingly. Office goers in a rush can straightaway go for lunch box section. Café Delhi Heights serves some really innovative desserts like, motichoor laddu cheesecake, Karachi haluwa brownie cake, khurchan millie faille and quinoa kullad pudding as well as some conventional ones too. Interiors are designed in a fun quirky way with loud cheerful colors, pop prints and bright toned furniture. Ambience is casual and lively. Café Delhi Heights is only a bit pricey.