Majnu Ka Tila, the city's little Tibet is a popular student haunt in the capital. On any holiday, date or birthday party, students can be seen on a trip to MKT. Given its proximity to Delhi North Campus, lots of students hang out here during the evenings. However, choosing the right cafe where you can enjoy yourself without poking a hole in your pocket is always a challenge.
We have a list to keep you going that will undoubtedly put a smile on the face of the foodie in you. Visit these places and try different continents to Tibetan cuisines to the fullest. These 6 MKT cafes and restaurants will prepare a meal for you and your best friend for less than Rs 500 bucks.
The Yamuna River view serves coffee and a mouthwatering selection of dishes with a view. The most famous on the menu are Blueberry Cheesecake, Pepperoni Pizza, Hot Chocolate, and more. This cafe is the best for a casual date with your loved one or a brunch with your bestie.
Kham Coffee House
We can't yet stop enjoying the ambience, scattered books, food, and light music here. Bring your loved ones out on a date to this adorable little spot, and they'll be your fans for life. Don't miss out on their Caffe Latte, Mud Cake, Green Tea, Chocolate Truffle Cake, Pancakes, and a TON of other delicious items.
When this cafe comes to offbeat cafes or chill spots for college students is at top of the list. It's affordable and has a calm atmosphere that allows you to relax in peace. Try their popular fluffy pancakes, and don't forget to take some pictures.
The restaurant's Tibetan-inspired decor takes dining here to a whole new level, and we find ourselves unable to stop ourselves from ordering everything on the menu. For a culinary paradise, try their Shanghai Noodles, Pork Chilli, Devil Momos, Double Fried Pork, and more.
The University of Denver students love to frequent this adorable small spot hidden among the busy streets of MKT to get their daily fix of mouthwatering momos. For decades, it has been providing customers with plates full of delicious food. Their popular Tingmo, fiery fried Momos, and Thentuk Thupka are some of their best-selling items.
This article is a replug for International Students's Day.