15 Cafes around India specially For Travelers

What is the most important aspect of traveling? Exploring. As we were exploring around the country of India we came across various one of their types cafes to feed the travelers along with pleasing their eyes with amazing ambiance and atmosphere of the cafes. As we came across some of them, we became greedy for more and started our research work on such unique cafes that are spread around the country unknown to many, but loved by the ones who know about them. Another best part of all these cafes is that they are quite light to anyone’s pocket with also being humble at their service.

So pick up a pen and paper and start listing down all of these cafes:-

1. Shiva Cafe, A travel cafe at the foothills in Dharamsala

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Tucked away from the prying eyes of the world, this nondescript cafe overlooks the Bhagsunath Falls. A two-kilometer trek along the gurgling waters of the Bhagsu Rivulet will take you there. The interior of this travel cafe teleports you back to the 60’s era of the hippies with its psychedelic artwork.
Cost for two:- Rs. 500/-

2. Cafe 1947, Old Manali

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Live music, dishes names after popular metal groups, for example, ‘Slayer Pizza’ and ‘Burger of Bodom’, Cafe 1947 is really a frequent for music darlings. Situated on the banks of the River Manalsu, this interesting travel bistro flawlessly encapsulates the beguile of old Manali with its faintly lit insides and comfortable feel.
Cost for two:- Rs. 1000/-

3. The 60’s Cafe, Rishikesh

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A cafe with a title as intriguing as it’s slogan ,’Let’s’ Roll it Again’, this is the ideal place to satisfy the nonconformist in you. The walls are decorated with the casings of Jim Morrison and the Beatles that loan it an established look. Absorb the profound quality of the Rishikesh and after that spend a peaceful night in this travel bistro listening to 60’s playlist while you appreciate the spread that it offers.
Cost for two:- Rs. 400/-

4. Cafe By The Way, Mussoorie

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A unpretentious looking travel cafe, on Mall Road , this place offers a scope of espressos shakes to bite the dust for! You can relax on the couches or roost yourself on one of the “scooter” seats while you delve into any of their pastries and your motivation of going to Mussorie should be satisfied!
Cost for Two:- Rs.400/-

5. Namaste Cafe, Gokarna


balmy air, resonating waves and lip-smacking sea-food is all it takes to make a flawless shoreline occasion. Situated at the celebrated Om beach, Namaste Cafe is the perfect place to chill. Enjoy all your gastronomic desires with scope of nearby fish luxuries that this travel bistro offers.
Cost for Two:- Rs. 800/-

6. Gatty’s Cafe, Darjeeling

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An unquestionable visit spot on any hiker who visits Darjeeling, Gatty’s Cafe is the main place in this laid-back town that has a heartbeat post 9 pm. You can watch a movies with your companions in their parlor or appreciate karaoke and live music as they serve you some delightful pastas and raviolis from their kitchen.
Cost for two:- Rs. 600/-

7. Cafe Refuel, Kalimpong

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A must try for adventure and sports lover, Cafe Refuel, is one of the few motorcycle themed cafes in India. It offers magazines, foosball and board games to keep guests entertained. This beautiful travel cafe also offers mountain bikes for hire.
Cost for Two:- Rs.400

8. Cafe Del Mar, Varkala

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Perched atop a cliff, offering a mesmerizing view of the Arabian Sea below, Cafe Del Mar is the perfect place to jump-start your day. It offers some delicious coffee and a variety of breakfast options, as is with the most clandestine travel cafes that you’ll see around!
Cost for Two:- Rs. 750/-

9. Candies(MacRonnel), Mumbai


Candies is a travel cafe with a Portuguese villa feel to it! It has a an outdoor terrace as and an indoor seating called Room of Lamps because of the Moroccan lamps decorating the room. The walls are done up with handcrafted celebrity mosaics , adding a tinge of quirkiness to the cafe.
Cost for Two:-Rs. 400/-

10. Yogi Tree Cafe, A travel cafe in the heart of Pune


This is a quiet vegetarian eatery located in the peaceful lanes of Koregaon Park. It offers some interesting items on its menu like the Yogi special like Pok choy and mixed greens with brown rice. Visit this travel cafe if you want sit for hours and do absolutely nothing!
Cost for Two:- Rs.1000

11. Y cafe, Dehradun

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Y Cafe has a very homely vibe to it. The white wooden furniture and heaps of books around you add to the glow of this place. The walls in this travel bistro have been done up with a gathering of motivational quotes helping you to remember the walls in your own room.
Cost for Tow:-Rs. 500/-

12. 4 Tables Cafe & Gallery, Bir

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A travelcafe Run by an Indo-German restaurateur who stirs up probably the most flavorful home-style dinners, 4 Tables is the shrouded pearl of Bir. The gallery which routinely has local art exhibitions is unquestionably an absolute necessity see for each guest.
Cost for Two:- Rs. 600/-

13. Open Hand Bistro & Bar, Leh

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Located at the heart of Leh on a sprawling agricultural plot is Open Hand Bistro & Bar. The travel cafe offers an array of cuisines and has been developed with intention of creating a perfect retreat for artists.
Cost for Two:- Rs.400/-

14. Pink Floyd Cafe, Pushkar

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A humble-looking cafe with conspicuous bare brick walls will definitely catch your eye in the colorful town of Pushkar. A cafe with a free-spirited feel to it, Pink Floyd Cafe is frequently flocked by backpackers in search for the quintessential travel cafe experience.
Cost for Two:- Rs. 400/-

15. Raju’s Cafe, Khajuraho

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Raja’s Cafe started by two Swiss sisters at a time when the sleepy town of Khajuraho was just beginning to gain significance on the global traveler circuit. This iconic travel cafe has a beautiful garden seating which offers a spectacular view of the famous Khajuraho temples.
Cost for Two:- Rs. 350/-

 

 

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