In a nutshell
With a brief but appetising menu, this tiny cafe has undoubtedly left a mark on our mind. Patta cafe is a bit of an effort to get to being in Champa Gali, but it is worth the trouble.
We know Delhi people are aware of Tibetian, Nepali and Naga cuisine but this place made us rediscover them. Their food is lighter as compared to other outlets in town (so you can have a lot) and the prices are more reasonable.
They have brought an essence of Tibet to Delhi with textured white walls and quaint little wooden furniture with the om mani padme hum chant playing in the background.
The food is so delicious that you won’t be able to resist licking your fingers.
The Tibetan shake was not our cup of tea, but we loved everything else we had. Chicken momos, Chicken Shaphalay, Pork Shapta (drooling while mentioning this) and Patta Pork thali (who knew daal could taste that nice!)
The earlier you get there, the better it is as it fills up rather quickly. They don’t charge service charge so be kind and leave a tip.
The average cost for two
Food: Rs. 800- 1000/-
Khasra 258, Lane 3, Champa Gali, West End Marg, Saidulajab, Near Saket, New Delhi
Contact them at
12.30-10.30 pm, seven days a week