When in North-India, Parathe and breakfast are almost synonymous. Though we may indulge in a few idlis, pancakes and sandwiches once in a while, we all know that parathas will forever be our true breakfast bae. With the winters upon us, a warm paratha served with butter and chutney, sounds like pure bliss.

Parathas are also the most pocket friendly and satisfying of all meals. No-matter who you are, a student on a budget, a busy entrepreneur looking for something quick, or an office worker in search of something warm and filling, parathas will always do the trick. When in Noida, check out these 5 places in Noida for the most warm, delicious, soft and wonderful parathas.

1. Chandni Chowk Ke Mashoor Paranthe, Sector 18

For anyone who works or studies near Sectors 19 and 18, you know that there's no better place to have a good paratha and a delicious cup of chai than at the shop next to 'Khans Rolls'. Though, you might not know the shop by name, this iconic joint just near the metro station is exactly where we all gather to have our morning breakfast and the evening tea.

The chai here is the best you can find in the entire area and we can vouch for it. Plus, the parathas are the most simple yet the most delicious, we are especially a fan of the aloo pyaz paratha and paneer paratha.

Location: G-24B, Savitri Market, next to Khan's Sector 18, Noida

2. Amity Gate 4, Sector 125

This paratha joint in front of Amity University's Gate 4 is a saviour for students and faculty alike. While there are several other paratha places near the campus, this one is our favourite since they serve steamy chicken parathas. You will not find a better chicken paratha at the given price point and there's no denying that.

Though, the chicken paratha person does not serve chai, you can get a pretty great cup of tea from any one of the kiosks near the stall.

3. Near Marwah Studios (AAFT), Sector 16A

While there are plenty of places where you can have parathas in Sector 18. Any-one who studies or goes to work in sector 16A will tell you a different story. While, the lanes of this sector are full of amazing places where you can grab a quick lunch, none match the taste and price-point of of the tea-maggi-paratha stall right in front of Viacom 18 building.

Order yourself an egg paratha, an aloo-pyaz paratha or even a gobhi paratha and you will never be disappointed. Plus, the dada here serves the parathas with green chutney, pickles, chillies and a healthy dose of butter. You will also find a good cup of tea and a great plateful of veggie/egg maggi here.

4. Vinod Parathe, Sector 44 Market

This paratha joint in the Sector 44 market is exactly where you go when looking for a good breakfast. They are forever rolling dough balls, making big, round and fluffy parathas and you will find that the taste and quality here is unmatched. Do try the pyaz ke parathe and paneer ke parathe here, they will blow your mind.

You can also find a good cup of tea anywhere in the market. Get a cup of ginger or masala tea, find a few good parathas and get ready to have a breakfast like no other.

5. Met Life, Sector 135, Special economic zone

The special economic zone near Met Life is a hub of activity. With people working in endless shifts, the markets here are never short of activities. The late night market, here is up until 3 am in the morning and the parathas served here are legendary. The aloo, egg and aloo pyaaz paratha will satisfy your every huger qualm and you can always depend on the market to deliver the best.

You can also find a good cup of tea here, the honey chilli potatoes on kiosks are also drool worthy and we can never have enough.

The list is sure to get you the best of stuffed parathas and chai and for winters there's no better treat than having a plateful of the awesomeness. Make sure to try out our top picks and tell us about your favourites as well.

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