A place for your soul: Indian Coffee House

Life needs not to be on an accelerator always!

Sometimes living life slowly is good. Its gives you time to think.

In this preoccupied and busy life, I made a stop at Indian Coffee House, second floor, at Baba Kharag Singh Marg, Connaught Place, Delhi.

There is something about this place. Different and very calm air blows here. There is a little easiness and comfort always here.

Lately, I have started coming here very often. The regular people and waiters know me now!

It does not have an extended or fancy menu and the food is not very much to the standards of many fast food chains available. But you can any day – any time stop here for little snacks and coffee.

The best thing here is that you can sit here as long as you wish. No one bothers or disturbs!

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An amazing contrasting view can be witnessed here. Right in front of me is a bid peepal tree. On my left is a combination of some old and new buildings. The cool breeze also brings the honking of car horns below.

Waiters here are very hardworking and generous. They greet you with warmth and right now I can also see one of them offering leftover Biriyani to birds.

On most days you can find monkeys playing on the peepal tree and squirrels running around the open space!

Like I said, there is something about this place which accepts everyone. I can see a group of aged people on a table, laughing and cracking jokes; a group of office goers discussing some project; some young college students probably discussing their ‘fest’.

There may be no fancy menu, decorative table or chairs, but this place is surely a place to be! This is a place for finding some peace for your soul in this busy city!

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7 thoughts on “A place for your soul: Indian Coffee House

  1. India Coffee House is truly magical!! No doubt. :-))

    Good effort Niti!! I feel, when you write an article, you don’t have to make so many paragraphs of a few sentences. It loses the thread for the reader. Keep writing. Through that you will evolve. Loads of wishes! Just thought to share this with you.

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  2. it’s in Mohan Singh Palace, Indian Coffee House on second floor…..and my own shop on the Ground floor just on the right when u enter d building……i’ve been going to ICH since the last 15years or smthng……love d place…

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