Cafe Festa

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 3 reviews )

1832 Laxshmi Narayan Street, Chuna Mandi, New Delhi, India, 110055

Vegetarian restaurant situated north west of Connaught Place. Seats 40. Serves Italian espresso coffee, pizza, pasta, Italian salads, fresh juices, traditional Indian food, and thali. Open Mon-Sun 8:00am-11:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Pizza, Indian, Italian, Fast food, Juice bar, Take-out

3 Reviews

First Review by ZuZu

Reasonable price for a tasty meal with an awful service - Edit

We went to Cafe Festa a few times during our stay in Delhi. The price is reasonable and the menu offers a lot of vegetarian meals. However, vegan meals were not clearly labelled and the staff didn't seem to understand our question regarding a dairy free meal. They always confirmed there was no milk, neither ghi, but we weren't 100% sure about that, considering they didn't speak much English. Nevertheless, the food was very tasty. The place itself looked alright, the western toilet wasn't too clean, but it was manageable. However, the service was awful. Slow, impolite, noisy and not very attentive waiter on the morning shift, and a slow and sleazy waiter on the evening shift, who kept the change without asking. Each visit we had to wait for our meals for 45 minutes on average, even with an empty restaurant. They also refused to give us Wi-Fi password.

Pros: Tasty meals, Reasonable price for Delhi, Relatively clean

Cons: Terrible service, Vegan items not labelled, staff has no clue, Long waiting time

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Clean And Cozy - Edit

Nice food and proper espresso. Very clean western toilet as well.

Pros: Good Pasta

Cons: Owner Was Difficult With Wifi

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Not bad for Pahar Gang - Edit

This place is OK and a couple members of the staff speak English. They seemed to understand our vegan requests and said that they could prepare our food with oil instead of ghee. The steamed rice here had beautiful grains a mile long, the roti and plain naan are nice. The yellow dal was purported as the vegan one, pretty tasty. My favorite is the Gobhi Aloo. I've tried to order the Gobhi Masala but keep receiving the Gobhi Aloo. There are only a few of items on the menu suitable for vegans but I take comfort in eating in a restaurant that is at least free from meat. The food is amazingly delicious if you've just come from Nepal. Although they have one of the only italian espresso machines I've seen in this neighborhood, the coffee is not worthwhile. This place seems pretty clean and it's a non smoking restaurant which makes it the classiest veg place in the tourist ghetto and more vegan friendly than the spots at Connaught Place. Its right across the street from the popular hotel Cottage Yes Please.

Pros: Clean, Non-smoking, Vegetarian

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