Hauz Khas Village is a place one should visit to experience good eating joints while getting along with the exposure towards the rural element or say getting the feel of being in  an ancient background. There’s no funkier spot in the capital than this to enjoy the vibe…

Recently I got a chance to visit there with my girls, we went with a group of 6 friends. We sang there at the fort, played games to enjoy. It has a calm atmosphere. It’s the best place for those who like to get clicked!!! (Which definitely includes me). Everyone needs a cool atmosphere to get along and chat.. I found this place quite suitable for that purpose… Spending time there is an excellent friends retreat with the lake in the middle.. Such a serene surrounding!

< Super Cool Place > with a feel like none other.

Well, I assure you need multiple visits to get to know about this place, one visit is not enough. It is indeed becoming the happening place to shop, eat and enjoy the atmosphere mix of urban rural feel.. There are many cool restaurants ranging from casual to more than casual. The single narrow lane leading to the fort gives an insight to designer stores as well. Hauz khas village boasts about more than 40 designer stores..


The restaurants provides with different cuisines:  Raasta a  very famous restaurant has different cuisines to offer, namely  Chinese, Thai, Mexican, European, North Indian… the most trending  is Social Offline for its different concept. The way it presents the delicacies, the cutlery used, everything is unique.. I personally liked the ambience and the food.. So it’s a must-visit place!! But yes for those  who need a dim, cool atmosphere with obliging waiters and an old-fashioned Thali, Naivedyam is a good option.

I even came to know about the place “He said, she said”, sounding like a movie, but it’s an amazing place… it is on my wish list now.

There is a DEER PARK in the adjoining area. Deer, guinea pigs and  various kinds of birds can be spotted on any fine day. There is a free entry and it is open from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m.

Delhi Heritage Walks leads historical walks through the park. If anyone is interested he/she may try out this option.

Eclectic, cultural blend, hipster — all these describe Hauz khas village, but the local Delhi term — “Thoda hatke” is the best and very relatable word for us. What seems to be hatke becomes the fad and hence adds to the popularity. It acts as a change from malls, cut away from the sameness of things!!

Way to reach HKV: Get to Hauz Khas Village by Metro (Yellow line to Green Park)

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