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We just stumbled over the place as we were looking for somewhere to have coffee and ended up having what could been the best food on our trip in clear competition with the Spice Route at the Imperial but much cheaper:). We went for the...More
Caught up with old friends recently here. This place has its own charm unlike the typical modern places. Portions are very good. We had ordered for mutton cutlets. The fish fingers were also good. Love the fact that they serve it with chips - the...More
A must go for any visitor to Delhi. Sniffing the atmosphere of the colonial times with a extreme large variety of great Indian dishes but also for the western taste enough to go around. Food and drinks of all sorts including a nice chilled beer...More
For a taste of the erstwhile Raj come to United Coffee House bang in the middle of Connaught Place in New Delhi. Amazing food (butter chicken was top of the world, so was the filter coffee), superlative ambience and courteous service. A must visit for...More
It may well be a coffee House, but my husband and I had the best meal of our entire trip at UCH. Chic and pricey for New Delhi, but the same meal in NYC, for such a meal would have been so much more. The...More
We booked a meal at the United Coffee House in Connaught place, New Delhi, to mark the end of our holiday in India.
You will pay the same price as a UK High st restaurant, but any similarity ends there.
The whole vibe is quietly...More
Lots of history in this place on Connaught Place that serves coffees, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Clean and nicely decorated in colonial style. a 'must try' venue if you're on your first visit to Connaught.