Now Dine In Your Favourite Cafe Delhi Heights At Red Fort

Cafe Delhi Heights
by Sanmita A
by Sanmita A 323

Red Fort – the monument you don’t really need a reason sight. If you are a history buff, or love old forts and historic structures, Red Fort can easily woo you. It is India’s iconic fort that needs no definition. As you explore Red Fort, you’ll be totally blown by its grandeur irrespective of how many times you visit. After a hearty walk, now visitors can choose to dine in at this café too – Cafe Delhi Heights. As per reports, Red Fort becomes nation’s first in hosting a restaurant within its premises.

What’s Different At Cafe Delhi Heights In Red Fort?

The Indian Express reported that this outlet in Red Fort will have pricings which are different from all other outlets in the cities. The food prices have been brought down as low as 30% to 40%, considering people from different parts of the country visit this iconic monument. As for the menu, there is a variety of dishes available. Right from biryani or pasta, to even samosa and the varied street food delicacies. As the for the ambience, it truly stands true to its location. With very minimal seating arrangements, the cafe looks quite historical. Food in India also represents the diversity that prevails in India and the Cafe Delhi Heights menu just lives up to that. Their cuisine has a wide variety of dishes from across the country that visitors would love to try, especially the tourists who visit from far away places to experience the true essence of India.

 

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What Can You Do At Red Fort?

You will be truly amazed by its magnificence and its essence. Make sure you take a stroll through the gardens, explore all the spaces that were used by the royals, visit the different Mahals – Mumtaz Mahal, Khas Mahal & Rang Mahal. When you visit these places, make sure you get a nice souvenir for yourself. Be it a something that resembles the Red Fort, or something that might catch your eye at the local markets. Also, if you want to be tired and sulky during the visit, go to Red Fort during the autumn and winter months.

Also Read – We Explored The Newly Built Museums Inside Red Fort, Delhi And They Left Us In Awe!

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