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Located in Connaught Place, the interior of Café Hawkers is quirky with comfortable seating. The menu consists of street food offerings from Asia, Europe and America. It is indeed a fuss-free place, simple to enjoy, rejoice & indulge. Some of their must-have dishes are Hawkers Style Chicken Wings, Fish Finger, Veg Food Truck Spring Rolls, D K Boss, and Penne Hot Peri-Peri.
❤️ This is the place to be !! In the heart of the city. Serving the best possible delicacies for all ages, yes I'm serious.. cafe hawkers had it all. It's a very comfortable place to hang of with your friends, family or meetings. Top notch staffing.. they do care for providing you with a wow experience. I'm amazed to see such pocket friendly prices in CP, Delhi. Food is scrumptious and finger licking good. Chicken tikkas in any form here won't disappoint you, neither would chill chicken. Pizzas are awesome so are the shakes ... Cold coffee being my favourite. Dimsums and a Chinese platter we ordered was also delicious. They are equipped with a bar, but I left out trying their mixology for next time. Hope you have a great time here .. I definitely did :)
Went their with my friends. The drinks were pretty good.i really liked the two coloured kiwi delight and the chocolate shake. Nutella waffle was the best. All veggies pizza and chicken pizza was okayish. Pasta Alfredo was good. Also had Kamal kakdi chaat really liked it. Service was excellent.
I visited this place, due to their cheap prices of alcohol between 6 to 8 PM, they almost give at MRP, seriously believe me, although they have very few choices in that menu but still I had Kingfisher at 50 bucks, and they offered Smirnoff Vodka at Rs.35 Believe me !!!! When it comes to ambiance, this place consist of 2 floors with decent ambiance, nothing really special about it. I ordered Peanut masala, Bombiya Sandwich, Schzewan chicken with Noodles and chilly chicken. All things were good in taste and quantity accept Schzewan Chicken with Noodles, which was good in quantity but not good in taste. They still need to teach their employees about service. But Definitely visit this place for cheap booze and even for the cheap food.
27 July, 2017. Cafe Hawkers was to be the rendezvous point for a friends' meet. Junior, The Wife and her foodie cousin were with me, and we were joined by six other like-minded people, a lot of whom were Internet friends, and meeting each other for the first time. The USP of this joint in the centrally-located Connaught Place in Delhi, is drinks (including alcoholic drinks) being sold at the MRP (Maximum Retail Price). The place has its own nice ambience, a bit on the funky side, though. We went to the sitting are on the first floor. Some of the walls have drinks on display, along with pans. The place has an extensive bar menu. We went with a large combination of orders, which included vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, to suit everyone's tastes. There were fritters done in a South Indian style, pasta, skewered yummies with dips, pan-cooked vegetables, a potato-based dish, some Bombay-style fast food, and cheese-based bakes. On the walls was an article on Delhi-NCR's 50 finest restaurants, which features this joint. This was an experience well worth it!
Lovely ambience & warm welcoming staff are the two important things you'd notice as soon as you enter Cafe Hawkers. A very fresh and colorful ambience which gives out some good positive vibes is what Cafe Hawkers is all about. Seating was comfortable and we were presented with the menu promptly. We ordered a few starters at first that included, stuffed paneer tikka, Kamal ke kakdi ki chaat, kung-pao chicken, chicken lollipop. Drinks were, a virgin mojito, a cold coffee and a caramel shake & a orange juice. Food was surprisingly good. The paneer tikkas were very soft ans just perfecf. Of special mention is the kung-pao chicken which I loved. Very soft chunks of chicken with peanuts spread all over. The kamal ke kakadi ki chaat was something which I tried for the first time and found the taste to be nice & different; I have never had such an unique dish before. So, it was a lovely experience for my taste buds. Additionally, the chicken lollipops were yummy too. For main course, since we were almost full, we decided to keep it very simple and ordered plain rice and dal makhani. And the decision was a good one since the dal makhani has to be one of the best I've tasted. Loved the flavour and the taste, overall. Wonderful! The overall experience of Cafe Hawkers was nice.