5 Hookah Bars In Delhi That Are Waiting For You
Having a super hectic day? Fret not. There is nothing that a flavoursome puff can’t fix. So let alcohol take a backseat. We are talking about chilling like the Arabs do. To make your summer evenings a little more colourful in the state capital, we have listed down the top 5 hookah bars in Delhi. Read on.
Mocha Arthouse offers a great hookah experience in the backdrop of art. The pop colours, diverse menu, and appetising hookah flavours make this a perfect joint for Friday evenings. Moreover, they have a variety of water, juice, and alcohol bases for their hookahs. When here, do try their specialty hookahs – Marrakesh and Cloud 9.
Where is it? 167, Ground Floor, DLF Promenade Mall, Vasant Kunj. Nearest metro station is Chattarpur.
How much? Rs 1,000 approximately
The Flying Saucer Café
This quaint little place at Nehru Place has a beautiful outdoor seating area, contoured by lush green patches. Additionally, the indoor area at the Flying Saucer Café is uber-chic. However, we are partial to the outdoors. There’s something fun about puffing away hookah under the starry sky that feels so much better! Don’t you agree? Hence, we recommend you make a reservation for the open-air area. Once there, do try the mint and green apple flavours with red bull bases.
Where is it? Ground Floor, Epicuria Food Mall, Nehru Place. Nearest metro station is Nehru Place.
How much? Rs 800 approximately
This café is often flocked by students and office-goers. If you like street culture swag, rock music, and classic EDMs, this is your go-to place. Both the Khan Market joint and the Connaught Place branch serve excellent hookah concoctions. Therefore, when you go there, try flavours like Rasna and Paan Masala.
Where is it? 2 & 3, Khan Market, and F-43, Inner Circle, Connaught Place. Nearest metro stations are Khan Market and Rajiv Chowk.
How much? Rs 525 approximately
Café Secret Society
By far one of the coolest Sheesha lounges in South Delhi, Café Secret Society is one of the hidden gems of Amar Colony. P.S. the best part about them is that they don’t charge taxes on hookahs. Hence, they are super pocket-friendly. You must try their kiwi flavor.
Where is it? E-131, Ground Floor, Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar – 4. Nearest metro station is Kailash Colony.
How much? Rs 350 approximately
Adda By Striker
This restaurant at GK 1 is a great place to chill post office hours. They have a unique menu (read: butter chicken noodles), coupled with vibrant interiors and great hookah flavour options. Their sweet spot is the outdoor space. They house all the classic hookah flavors, but our favorites are the fruity ones. Try any of them.
Where is it? N-4, N Block Market, Greater Kailash 1. Nearest metro station is Kailash Colony.
How much? Rs. 500 approximately
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