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Top food places in-around Delhi for your Hunger, Health and Budget

Being a college student is tough, the one thing all collegegoers have had in common over the years is a stipulated and minimal amount of pocket money. Some of us are lucky enough to be able to go home and have good food served by our parents, but since that is not the case for many kids who travel all around the country to study and live in PGs, we are here to help you out! The following is a list of places that are affordable places for breakfast and provide some great healthy food!

Lovers point near Hansraj College

Delhi University is such a widely spread out university with colleges all over that it is natural for many new stalls and eateries to show up for the students! Lovers point is one such stall that gives affordable and delicious breakfast food. So the next time you are passing from the area, make sure you stop at the lover’s point so that you can fill your stomach up.

Dishes to try – lemon water and eggs on toast.

Chai and snacks next to Kamala Nehru College

Child snacks is a place near Kamla Nehru College and Gargi college. You are extremely close to the GK market and Diggins, these places might not fit a regular college goers budget. So chai and snacks is a small stall which sells everything you need. From ice cream to Peri Peri fries. And is extremely viable for one’s budget.Dishes to try – cold coffee and maggie

Big Yellow Door

The Big Yellow Door is a well-known restaurant in Hudson Lane. You might have to wait a lot to get a table inside, but the way it is worth it! The prices are nominal and the food is delicious! So the next time you are craving some heavy food for breakfast you can always visit big yellow Door as it is extremely popular and gives out some of the best food

Dishes to try – bolognese pasta

Chaina Ram at Chandni Chowk

Chaina Ram is in the heart of Delhi! It has been around for years and is a great place for breakfast as of course it is not expensive and you will not find the same quality of food anywhere else. So if you study around the Chandni Chowk area or live around there we highly suggest you visit this place.

Dishes to try – chole bhature

Various eateries in the SDA market

SDA market popular market near Hauz Khas Village and has various small eateries and restaurants that are extremely viable financially and serve some delicious food. So the next time you’re near that area if you feel hungry regardless of whether it be breakfast time or not you can always visit here and grab some good food.

So don’t worry, as you can see there are various places to visit especially when you’re on a tight budget, especially in Delhi many places have opened up specifically to satiate college students’ hunger.

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