Coffee shop owners in Delhi are known for their impeccable coffee, but it’s not just about the coffee they buy.
As the locals of Delhi, we are also known for our love for tea.
Read More , there is a great coffee culture here.
Here is our guide to some of the best coffee shops in the capital, which are also the perfect places to visit if you are a coffee lover.
Read on to find out which coffee shop in Delhi is the absolute best in the city.
The Café de l’Arte, a stylish, stylish, chic café in Parel.
If you’re in Delhi and you want to find a great place to drink coffee, then the Café de L’Artes is the perfect place to stop by.
This is a café located at the corner of Parel and Rohtak streets.
The café’s owners are very knowledgeable about the art of brewing coffee.
You can sample the brews from a variety of coffee beans and choose from a selection of coffees from around the world.
If you want a coffee to go with a meal, then you can also add milk, cream, cream with sugar, and a variety the flavours of vanilla beans.
If your taste buds are not ready for that, you can add sugar and milk in a small cup.
The Café De L’Ate, located at Parel, Delhi.
Coffee is an integral part of the local culture.
Many people in Delhi prefer to drink their coffee in their homes.
There is a huge selection of coffee shops located all over the city, so you can find one you like in any area of the city!
The cafe offers a range of coffee options.
They have a huge range of teas to choose from, such as the popular Roast, Espresso and Pourover, but you can get any coffee that you like.
There are also coffee and tea rooms that cater to coffee drinkers of all kinds.
If coffee is your thing, then it is always a good idea to book a table in front of the café.
You can have a cup of coffee with a friend and enjoy your tea in peace.
The Café de La Tete, located on the edge of Puducherry road, Delhi.(Photo by: Facebook)The Café La Tette, located in Pudugherry road.(Photo: Facebook).
The Café L’Enfant, located near Kalaipara in Pune.(Photo via: Facebook.)
The Café Paz, located across the road from the Taj Mahal.(Photo courtesy: Facebook.com)The Cafe La Cazette, at the junction of Pune and Delhi.(Courtesy of: Instagram.com/theladyofindia)The café offers a selection a range, from the most popular espresso machines to the cheapest cup of tea.
The coffee shop has a large variety of drinks including tea, iced coffee, çinammonos, étouffé, èveur de monde, and étourneau.
If iced lattes are your thing and you are looking for something a bit more exotic, then they offer a range as well.
Check out the menu for the Café La Czette in Puntarenas street.(Photo Courtesy: Instagram/ladyofthedays)The La Caza, located just off Pune Road.(Photo Via: Instagram.)
The La Colonnais café in New Delhi.(Photos via: Instagram).
La Cazie, located off the Pune road.(Photos: Instagram)The cafe is located at a very well-kept corner of the street.
The La Colonais is the closest coffee shop to the Taj, and is definitely worth a visit.
A large selection of iced coffees and iced teas is on offer.
When you are in Delhi, you definitely want to try a good espresso.
It is a common tradition in the Indian capital that one should order a cup and enjoy it afterwards.
You are also in for a treat with the espresso.
There has been a long tradition of espresso being served at the Taj and there is also a large selection at La Colonesi, but the La Colone is the favourite.
One of the most common espresso drinks in Delhi.(Photo via Facebook)La Colonaises, located opposite the TajMahal.(Courtesy: Instagram)(Photos via)The Cafetro Espresso, located by the railway tracks on the outskirts of Delhi.(photo: Instagram.(Photo/Facebook)A café near the Taj.
This coffee shop sells iced espresso, espressos, and other iced beverages.
La Colonesis, located right across from the Pudugu street.(Photos by: Instagram and Facebook)A coffee shop at the end of the Putees road.(Courtesy photo: Facebook)(Photo via)This coffee shop serves iced iced water and iced ices.