The Walled City is housed in more than 200 years old heritage property of an erstwhile Nawab-Faiz Ahmad. it’s the first café and lounge of the Old Delhi. The property is distinguished for having Anglo-Indian features, unlike other Havelis in the area that are primarily a mixture of Mughal and Indian architecture only.
The place offers a unique holistic experience in terms of architecture, ambience, music, food, and cleanliness. The Chef is our prized possession who can satiate even the most demanding gourmet lovers. The Old Delhi is a world known eating hub of Mughlai and Indian food, but what lacked here was the diversity in food. So here we come with Intercontinental, Italian, Chinese and Indian delicacies along with an exhaustive range of Mughlai.
I always share about the Havelis & streetside food that local shops have to offer but the ambience and interiors of such Havelis are often overlooked. So, today I have decided to give you a glimpse of a cafe whose ambience stayed with me since my maiden visit to it.
It is very close to the historic holy Jama Masjid. The lacotion is in the heart of old city. The food, drinks, ambience are very good. The design is very nice. The choice of music is good. The servers are nice. However, i missed extra height where i can get the view of Jama Masjid and Lal Qila. Overall a great place to bring your friends and reflect on Delhi history and Indian history.
Small cafe in a street of old Delhi... It is like a old havili but very well maintained nd managed. Place is good, quite nd traditional.. The service is very good nd staff is also friendly. Food is up to the mark nd good place for sheesha lovers