First of all, if you are here in the hope of finding a good 3 or 5-star restaurant then sorry you clicked the wrong link. Here what you’ll find is best breakfast spots within a budget that fulfills your stomach as well as your soul.
So let’s start…..
1China Ram (Chandni Chowk)
This place is a real gold mine for a person looking for flavors of old Delhi. Established in 1901, it has been 115 years, and there is no such visible change that anyone would notice. It’s still a messy place with less space to sit or roam around but continues to serve one of the best breakfasts one could have: PURI-ALOO. Due to less space, the people have to share the same table, which also improves social interaction.
COST: – Rs.100/plate
2Cache Di Hatti ( Kamla Nagar)
If you trust your luck then only you could find yourself a plate of mouth-watering CHANNA-BHATURA. There is a line as shown in the illustration every day from breakfast till 12 noon waiting to get their hands on a plate. You have to reach before 8 am to be able to taste this delicious plate of food or wait until the next day. BEST OF LUCK!!
COST: – Rs.50/plate
3Bille Di Hatti (Kamla Nagar)
Again a PURI-CHHOLE joint that fits in your budget serving delicious puris with accompaniments like lassi and halwa that’ll fill you to your brim. People usually eat here after having a morning walk (to balance it outJ). You’ll find this place packed if you come around 8am and would have to wait in a line. But you won’t regret.
COST: – 70/PLATE + Rs.60 for lassi + Rs.80 for halwa
4Saravana Bhavan (Connaught Place)
This is the most decent south Indian restaurant that you can find which specializes in South Indian food only unlike others. A reflection of South Indian cuisines can be seen on its menu having all the dishes one can think of. It has super-clean ambiance, fast service, and delicious taste make it top everyone’s list visiting Connaught Place. Again you’ll find a queue around lunch time but the wait is not so long. A good choice for a good breakfast.
PRICE RANGE: – Rs.60-250
5Parantha Wali Gali (Chandni Chowk)
Being a major hub of all varieties of PARANTHAS of all price ranges this is one of the places that people prefer to visit just to eat with friends, family. Being at a distance of less than 100mtrs from Chandni Chowk metro station it provides a good hearty breakfast.
COST: – Rs.30-100/paratha
6 Kake Di Hatti (Chandni Chowk)
Situated in the busy Chandni Chowk Kake di Hatti is serving a variety of delicacies since 1942, and there has been an increase in its customer base since then. It started from a single shop, and now it has multiple branches all over Delhi.
PRICE RANGE: –Rs.40-190
7 Sita Ram Diwan Chand (Paharganj)
Specializing in CHANNA-BHATURA Sita ram Diwan chand has been operational since 1955. A big queue is a usual sight during lunch time although at breakfast there is not much rush. At a 10 min distance from New Delhi Metro station, it is at a quite convenient location for food lovers.
COST: – Rs.100/two people
8Roshan Di Kulfi (Karol Bagh)
This is one of the famous eateries situated in Karol Bagh having all cuisines like north Indian, south Indian, Chinese, Desserts, etc. Priced affordably, it’s the name that comes to everyone’s’ mind when they are at Karol Bagh during lunch hours. Super clean environment and the facility of seeing your order been prepared in front of you has definitely given it an edge over others.
PRICE RANGE: – Rs.500/two
9Andhra Bhavan (Connaught Place)
A good place to get Andhra Pradesh’s cuisine, equipped with clean ambiance, friendly waiters and quick food delivery it’s another place in Connaught place to go to. Having a variety of Andhra’s cuisine it’s excellent in providing regional food in the capital.
COST: – Rs.200/two
10Sudama Ki Chai (Kirori Mal College)
In a hurry? Want to have a light tea breakfast? Then this is the right place for you. A popular tea point in the university area with all its tea sold out by evening says volumes about its popularity. You can buy cookies, mathi with your tea at a super low price. It’s a place that fulfills all your cravings of tea.
COST: – Rs.10/tea + Rs.2/mathi
11Giani’s Di Hatti (Fathepur)
This is one of the oldest and the most famous place in old Delhi for RABRI-FALUDA. This is also the first shop of now a multiple-branched store called GIANI’S (ice-cream parlor). It was opened in 1956 on a cartwheel, but no one knew that one day they would have branches all over Delhi.
PRICE RANGE: – Rs.60-120
12 All American Diner (Indian Habitat Centre)
This is a place where you can have typical American breakfast. Wi-Fi access makes it feel even more like an American restaurant. Super clean and bright environment gives it value for money. You can enjoy American cuisine as well as fast food here.
COST: – Rs.1000/two people
13L’opera (Khan Market)
It is a high-end bakery, a desert bar in Khan market serving bakery products like sandwiches, croissant, brioche and other French bakery products in their own special bread. If you are a type of person who likes coffee and bread in breakfast, this place is definitely for you.
COST: – Rs.800/two people
14The Bikers Cafe (Gurgaon)
A beautifully constructed café with dazzling interiors is the best description that suits this place. With four cuisines to choose from namely continental, north Indian, Italian and Chinese, this could be a decent breakfast choice.
COST: – Rs.1250/two people
15Nashta (Golf Course Road)
If you are a health freak this place is definitely for you. Starting from citrus juices to a fresh bowl of fruits, they serve it all. Moreover, they have a special menu each day so that you can try new dishes and do not have to choose from the everyday monotonous eating options that every restaurant has to offer.
COST: – Rs.700/two people
16Roots – Cafe in the park (Leisure Valley)
Away from home? Craving maa-ke-haath-ka-khaana? Then this is the right place for you. You can choose from three cuisines namely North Indian, street food and café. Be assured that the flavor will remind of your maa-ke-haath-ka-khaana. As the name suggests (roots) the infrastructure is also designed with cane giving a village like a feel.
COST: – Rs.750/two people
17The Flashback (Rajendra nagar)
This place is suitable for snacking with friends. With a light breakfast menu, it ensures you a full flashback of your memories. Beautifully designed and decorated, you can put stick-on notes for any complaints/remark/suggestion. Specializing in KICKASS BURGERS, it claims to be one of the best burger joints.
COST: – Rs.700/two people
18Tpot (Malviya nagar)
Opening at 11 am, it is a place that wants you to wake up late. Serving light breakfast like sandwiches and other bakery products accompanied with coffee ensures that you eat your lunch on time thus keeping you on track and your mother happy.
COST: – Rs.800/two people
19Chaayos (Netaji Subash Palace)
A perfect place to sit, relax, sip tea and talk/discuss your plans. With over 18 varieties of tea to choose from you will be confused which one to order. Open at all major locations it is easier for the person to find one near his/her home.
COST: – Rs.400/two people
20Carnatic Cafe (New Friends Colony)
Having a rating of 4.7/5 on Zomato is enough for the introduction of the place. Serving South Indian delicacies this is a small unpretentious restaurant that’s getting famous just by word of mouth. It believes in serving delicious food to people at a reasonable price.
COST: – Rs.550/two people
So that was the top 20 places in Delhi where you can have delicious breakfast at a pocket-friendly price. All the places that are listed above have more than 3.8 rating on all major reviewing websites.