Top 10 Cafes in Delhi with Free WiFi

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As India’s capital, Delhi has plenty of great wifi-enabled cafes and restaurants, if you know where to look. Check out 10 of our favorite spots scattered throughout India’s sprawling capital city.  

1)  Rose Cafe (Saket)

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Its white brick interior and gentle lighting make for a soothing environment to enjoy a meal with friends or to get some work done. Definitely try the desserts and, if it’s a sunny day, nab a spot on their outdoor patio.

Address: 2, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saket

 

2) Market Cafe (Khan Market)

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As one of many cafes and restaurants in the upscale Khan Market area, Market Cafe is worth the visit for its pleasant rooftop area and affordable food options. It has plenty of comfortable seating both indoors and outdoors and is relatively quiet if you’re trying to get some work done.

Address: 8, 2nd Floor, Khan Market

 

3) Ricos (GTB Nagar)

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Grafitti-covered walls, cheap snacks and free wifi… what more could you ask for in a student hangout? This funky cafe gets a bit packed on weekends, but it is well worth the wait.

Address: 1st Floor, 2526, Hudson Lane, Kingsway Camp, Delhi University-GTB Nagar

 

4) Amici (Defence Colony)

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As one of several locations in the city-wide franchise of homely Italian cafes, this location provides a great pit stop for tasty pastas and hand-tossed wood-fired pizza in Defence Colony Market. Also has locations in Khan Market and Hauz Khas Village.

Address: 8 Defence Colony Market, Defence Colony

 

5) Kunzum Travel Cafe (Hauz Khas)

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Started by a group of travel writers, this gem of a coffeeshop offers a welcoming safe haven for both locals and tourists passing through the area. It offers tea and coffee at a “pay as you like” rate, and also organizes several workshops, heritage walks and other events for those who are interested.

Address: T-49, Ground Floor, Hauz Khas Village

 

6) Tap House Cafe (Connaught Place)

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Amidst the hustle and bustle of Connaught Place, this casual lounge is a great place to throw back some cheap beers and enjoy a bite to eat with friends. Its menu features a mix of Indian, Chinese and Continental options, so you’ll be able to find something for everyone.

Address: K-43, 1st Floor, Opposite PVR Plaza, Connaught Place

 

7) Wood Box Cafe (GTB Nagar)

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Like many other cafes in the Hudson Street area, Wood Box Cafe offers an off-beat, affordable option for students at the nearby Delhi University. However, with an open-air rooftop and plenty of signature milkshakes, it distinguishes itself as a must-visit place if you’re in the area.

Address: 1 DDA Market, Hudson Lane, Delhi University-GTB Nagar

 

8) Ivy & Bean (Shahpur Jat)

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Located in the heart of South Delhi, this fancy cafe is a booklover’s dream. From its large book collection to its eclectic menu of quick bites, it is a great place to hide away for the afternoon with a good read and a cup of coffee.

Address: 119, Sishan House, Shahpur Jat

 

9) Hauz Khas Social (Hauz Khas)

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Artfully blending a co-working space, restaurant and bar into one trendy lounge, Hauz Khas Social is the ultimate place for those who like to “work hard, play hard.” Boasting delicious food, modern decor and great views overlooking the nearby park, Social is one of the best wifi cafes in all of South Delhi.

Address: 9-A & 12, Hauz Khas Village

 

10) Tabula Beach Cafe (Khel Gaon Marg)

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You may not be in Goa, but this open-air cafe will get you close, with its sand-covered floors and canopy rooftop. Kick back, relax and escape from the sounds of the city for a bit.

Address: The Village Complex, Asiad Village, Khel Gaon Marg

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