Been born and raised up in Delhi, I have been a complete Delhiite at heart. Although, in the last couple of years, I felt as if Delhi had nothing more to offer me. As a result, I gradually started becoming detached to the city. However, my sister came to my rescue and compelled me to visit Champagali. I was quite inhibitious, but after her multiple requests, I gave in. (Thank God I did! )
We were hungry, so we decided to have to our lunch at the Morellos Eating Joint, wherein we had Peri- Peri fries and Pasta. The joint is decently priced, its neither too expensive nor too cheap.
Next, we had our coffee at the Blue Tokai Café, which is a café cum roastery started by a Delhi Couple, and has an artless rustic vibe attached to it. It serves varied blends of fresh coffee, some interesting range of savoury picks and of course some soulful music. They also have an open backyard, which is well equipped.
After stuffing ourselves with enough food, we decided to take a stroll through the lane and ended up visiting Jugmug Thela. The view had an aesthetic feel to it. It also had a reading room. The two handicrafts stores located there are People Tree and Jugad. They deal in all types of Handicraft stuff like notebooks, jewellery. The stuff is good, but is expensive, so I did not pick up anything for myself.
People Tree is a handicraft cum design studio, which has khadi apparels, quirky jelwellery, skincare products and artisy stationary.
If you are in Delhi or visiting Delhi, I highly recommend you to visit to this place! Make sure make the visit a part of your bucket list.
Black Coat: ZARA
Blue Denims & Pink Scarf : Wills Lifestyle
Sneakers: Max Fashion
Sling Bag: Lino Perros
I have really enjoyed writing this post and hope you also liked it as much I did. Let me know in the comments section below, if you will visit there or have already been there ?