We all have at one point or the other, tried and miserably failed to find a place that fulfills all the three major parameters that take a hangout spot from being chill to being epic: good food, good vibe and pocket friendly

Well, save your breath. For we understand how crucial it is for students to find the ultimate reasonably priced hangout and de-compress after a long day at school or college.

So here’s a list of our top 5 hangout places for students in Indore:

Veera Di Hatti

This Punjabi joint serves delicious north Indian delicacies that are light on the pocket yet warm the soul. Their selection of beautiful tandoor baked kulchas include: amritsari, gobhi, paneer, mix and the classic aloo. The chhole and lassi remind us of the yummy food served in the streets of Amritsar and we cannot complain.

Speciality: Kulcha and Chhole

Cost for two: ₹250

Tea Shack

One the favorites in Indore, this cafe serves some of the most amazing tea and food you’ll find in the city. With an extensive menu that includes pizzas, burgers, wraps, tea, coffee, falafel, sandwiches and many other things, the cafe is an absolutely amazing find when we talk about standing true to the three parameters.

Speciality: Paneer Tikka Pizza, Tea

Cost for two: ₹400

Johny Hot Dog

This cute joint is a favorite of students, not only because it is cheap, but also because the food is great, the menu extremely simple and the people friendly. The only three things in the menu are: Veg Hot Dog, Mutton Hot Dog and Egg Benjo. The choice is restrictive but the quality and taste so good that nothing else matters.

Speciality: Mutton Hot Dog

Cost for two: ₹100

Oye Pappe

Oye Pappe is a place that gives everything a Punjabi twist, and it is one of the few places that does so successfully and without destroying the essence of any dish. Their Tadka Idli, Cheese Pav Bahji and Punjabi Pasta are among the most yummy and eccentric dishes you’ll ever try.

Speciality: Punjabi Pasta, Paneer Pav

Cost for two: ₹350

Mukki Ke Zayke

If you cannot stop yourself from watching one of those food videos that have a guy grating mountains of cheese on sandwiches, Mukki ke Zayke is the place for you. This amazing restaurant serves some of the most succulent savoury snacks including 20 different kinds of samosas, several types of cold coffees, shakes and chips.

Speciality: Cheesy Samosas

Cost for two: ₹ 150

So what are you waiting for? Text your friends go munching!

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