Inside Cafe Delhi Heights | New Opening

By Mallika Dabke December 15, 2017
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Cafe Delhi Heights has made it’s way to our city, finally! They have set fire to Delhi NCR’s local pub scene, what with over 20 branches already out, and recently over the past 3-4 months they have expanded their outlets to Mumbai. Having already opened two restaurants, one at Kamala Mills and now at High Street Phoenix they are surely out there to make a statement.

We dropped by their Kamla Mills outlet for lunch, and were made familiar with their extensive menu. Cafe Delhi Heights have positioned themselves as a multi-cuisine food chain, who’s mission is to cater to every member of your friend group or family.

Any misconception we had about Cafe Delhi Heights being all about Local Delhi on a plate, was cleared. From Rajasthani food, to Japanese food, they have it covered for all palettes. 


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Our lunch was accompanied by a raw pressed beetroot juice and a paan flavoured cocktail. Both the drinks maintained the freshness of our palettes throughout the meal.

Our meal was spread across cuisines. For some of our appetisers, we explored steaming hot dim sums and sushi of different varieties – prawns, chicken and vegetarian.

One of the most popular items off their menu is the Juicy Lucy Burger here, filled with a heavy mutton patty and sauces. This burger is massive, messy and constantly flying out of their kitchen.

As for their main course we had the Rajasthani Laal Maas, a spicy Mutton gravy served with Bajra Roti and loads of ghee on the side, and the Punjabi Sindhi Curry with rice, both of which were wholesome, and comforting. 

 They have really cute interiors with cosy tables and their set up is super fun.Their personal booths were a stand out – they had a personal television set and off-white blinds so that you can enjoy your meal with your family or a date or friends in total privacy. 


Written with editorial inputs from Nidhi Mehra.