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Late night crepes in Delhi – at Yellow Brick Road

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Yellow Brick Road, Hotel Ambassador, Delhi

Yellow Brick Road, Hotel Ambassador, Delhi

I am visiting Delhi for two weeks. I shouldn’t be hankering for crepes in the midst of this heat and mangoes and parathas and samosas and the kababs. But I am. So, I am at Yellow Brick Road, a cute little cafe at Hotel Ambassador near Khan Market. It is painted bright and cheerful with a touch of toy-store feel about it. Judging by the clientele, it is popular with all – eastern and western, young and old, men and women.

The menu, which is printed like a small newspaper, offers an eclectic mix of eastern and western food, north Indian and south Indian food, vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Although there is patio seating, it is still too hot to sit out. I just want some plain sugared crepes with a touch of cointreau. The menu offers only a fruit topped one so the chef comes by personally to take my modified order. The crepes are served with apricot jam. Not bad. Not bad at all for a midnight crepe. I stay here till late drinking espresso and laughing with friends.

More photos from the trip:

Decor at Yellow Brick Road

Decor at Yellow Brick Road

More yellow...

More yellow...

Chef at YBR.

Chef at YBR.

Excellent service at YBR.

Excellent service at YBR.

For other food stops in Delhi:

  1. Best kababs in Delhi (more)
  2. Punjabi food in Delhi (more)
  3. Eating from a roadside vendor (more)

Written by Som

August 1, 2009 at 8:51 pm

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