Casual Spaces where Students can hold up their meetings without any hassle!

It happens so frequently that you have to hold a gathering, be it for talking about an occasion, rehearsing for an opposition or for a temporary job, and a plenty of different reasons. Fixing up a meeting at a place where you can invest hours conceptualizing over the agenda, (without death glares aimed at you) and which does not go hard on your budget, can be a troublesome undertaking, yet prepare to have your mind blown. Here’s a rundown of spots in Delhi, going from shackled provincial structures to neo-present day bistros, where you can hold meetings and not be harassed or chivied to disappear.


Kunzum Travel Café

Reality meets perfect world in this one of a kind book bistro. Situated in the eternity clamoring Hauz Khas Village, Delhi, Kunzum Travel Café is decorated with movement memorabilia. While the feeling sounds enticing, here’s the cherry on the cake: they have a ‘pay what you like’ system, and you are not obliged to purchase anything. Beat that.


Madras Coffee house

It can give an extreme rivalry to ICH on the age of the furniture. Jokes apart, this place can be a decent place to get together, if you arrange something. Dissimilar to ICH, be that as it may, it has less portability of furniture.

At the point when would you be able to visit: Monday – Sunday, 11:00 am – 10:00 pm


Indian Coffee House

One of those old, corroded, broken down structures that decline to bite the dust, with its pioneer fascinate, the area and use of the place dominates the dilapidated furniture. This place was implied for meetings. With the arrangement of outside seating, it quite often stays occupied, but morning meetings cannot have a better destination.

At the point when would you be able to visit: Monday – Sunday, 09:00 am – 09:00 pm


Cha Bar

Paradise is no doubt, and what could be superior to having a meeting here. Situated in Oxford book shop, this place rethinks the idea of high tea. The vibe is so proficient and spruced up that one can’t have any desire to take off. Be that as it may, you’d have to arrange in extent to the hours you wish to lounge in the sublime delight of this book bistro.

At the point when would you be able to visit?: Monday – Sunday, 11:00 am – 9:30 pm


Triveni Tea Terrace

It is an incredible place to meet less individuals and is located in Mandi House opposite to FICCI Auditorium. Notwithstanding, if your meeting is booked at peak hours, then it won’t be a decent space to brainstorm at.

At the point when would you be able to visit? : Monday to Saturday 12:30 PM to 3 PM, 4:30 PM to 6 PM