6 Great Prashant Vihar Eateries Where You & Your BFF Can Grab A Meal For Rs 500 Or Less!
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Hola foodies, looks like Rohini walas are getting luckier by the day with an endless number of food joints popping up there every minute. And because we couldn’t hold our horses any longer, we went there ourselves and hunted down these awesomesauce food joints in Prashant Vihar, a popular area in Rohini, and here’s everything we unearthed!
1. Uncle’s Sip-N-Bite
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Owned by a friendly-faced gentleman, Uncle’s Sip-N-Bite is one of the most frequented cafes in Prashant Vihar and for all the right reasons! It’s a small cafe with just enough space to fit in about 10 people at a time and the rest can enjoy their scrummy dishes in their own cars. What we loved the most here is their Pulled Apart Garlic Bread, Uncle’s Special Nachos, Dirty Burger and the Punjabi Special Maggi. Have you tried ‘em yet?!
2. Hot Spot Mini Shop
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With 34+ varieties of Maggis, 20+ varieties of pastas, 25+ varieties of sandwiches and truckloads of other dishes to hog on, NSP’s famous Hot Spot Mini Shop sits pretty in Prashant Vihar and we’re so glad! We say you dash there now and relish their Chilli Paneer Maggi With Butter, Achari Momos & Manchurian Sizzler fosho!
3. Hari Om Chole Bhature
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Dilliwalas’ eternal love for chole bhature can never end, especially with food joints like Hari Om Chole Bhature. These guys dish out a truly sumptuous plate of Chole Bhature, which comes loaded with spices and flavours. Their Chole Bhature makes for the perfect Sunday brekkie, doesn’t it, Rohini peeps? This place is temporarily shut, please call the restaurant before you visit!
Where | Hari Om Chole Bhature - A-13
Meal For Two | Rs 200
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/hariomcholebhature/
4. Breakfast Point
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Another great breakfast joint that we found in Prashant Vihar is called - funnily enough - the Breakfast Point and this place serves the most delicious Amritsari Kulcha that we’ve ever tried. The plate comes laden with two buttery kulchas and a generous serving of tangy chole along with onion chutney, which tastes absolutely delicious. Saunter over here this weekend, guys!
5. Papa Chinese Food
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A small food joint, Papa Chinese Food is all about crazy Chinese fare. You’ll always find this place crowded because of their customers’ love for their Veg Pan Fried Noodles and Paneer Fried Momos. You can also try their delicious Talumein Soup and the Tikka Babycorn in Hot Garlic Sauce and Dragon Rice With Gravy fosho when you land up here!
6. The Crispy Bites
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Located opposite Lancer Convent School, The Crispy Bites is quite a popular name amongst students courtesy their delicious food and interesting dish names. Their menu comprises Bollywood inspired Rowdy Tawa Special, Dabang Rolls and Gadar Tandoori Rolls. What we love the most are their Kathi Kebab Shawarma, Paneer Wrap and Masala Fries, so make sure you dig into those first!
So all you broke foodies, which one will you be checking out first when the current situation improves?!