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Best of South Campus | Best Student-Friendly Cafes to Visit in Satya Niketan

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Satya Niketan seems to be the go-to place when it comes to indulging in comfort food at pocket-friendly prices and hence is quite popular with the students around town. If you’re looking for a laid-back hangout, Satya has quite a few chilled out cafes to take a break from those exhausting classes! Here’s our list of cafes in Satyaniketan for those hunger pangs!

Café Why Not

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Located amidst the humdrum of South Campus with colleges such as Sri Venkateswara College and Ram Lal Anand looking over, Café Why Not’s interiors are pretty attractive and the walls are adorned with funky frames and funny one liners. Food is undoubtedly the selling point of this place and their pizzas here are highly recommended! A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 750.

Location | Shop 285-286

Nature Hut Café

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Nature hut cafe is a place that offers an amalgamation of delicious food and this calm little cafe with an old world charm is fresh and picturesque. Brilliantly crafted in bamboo, the cafe offers a real essence of the village life. With a focus on Thai cuisine, the menu is incredibly varied with a selection from Continental and Chinese fare. A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 750.
 
Location | Upper Ground Floor, 295

The Vanilla Bean Co.

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This place has a very cute setting with an alluring ambience. The café is very spacious and homely and they offer a variety of cuisines such as American, Italian, Fast Food and the usual cafe comfort food. Pita Pockets with Paneer and Waffles are highly recommended here. A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 800.
 
Location | 15, Ground Floor

Pipeline Café

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A continental urban kitchen cafe for a heavenly gourmet experience, Pipeline Café is a worthy addition to the range of eateries found in Satya Niketan. For starters, one should surely try the Dahi Kebab and the Chicken Bruschetta. Shakes and Mocktails are a must try here. A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 650.
 
Location | Shop 37, 2nd Floor

Dark House Kafe

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With a hatke concept, this place stands out from the crowd being a haunted-themed cafe and lounge with a spooky ambience. The name itself and the entrance which displays a cross embedded in a coffin are really intriguing. One of the most talked about lounges in Satya Niketan, they serve great Italian, Mexican, Lebanese and Chinese cuisine. A meal for two would cost you approximately Rs. 500.
 
Location | 9, Ground Floor

Scooter on the Wall

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This place takes its name quite literally, so you can expect to find a scooter on the wall right at the entrance of the cafe. A cosy place, they’ve got artful decor and is airy and cool! It has a lovely vibe with swings for guests to sit on and enjoy their meals. The Pastas here are exceptionally good! A meal for two would cost approximately Rs. 500.
 
Location | 124, Opposite Sri Venkateshwara College

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