Are you a nocturnal being who is out hunting for food at odd hours? Are you flummoxed by the plethora of options for your late night food cravings? We are here to rescue the foodie in you! If you visit these hangouts once, you definitely will haunt these 5 places till the wee hours of morning!


This village is near Sonepat and approximately 50 kms from Delhi! Every true Delhiite has surely visited this area, which is famous for its amritsari kulcha, buttermilk, and parathas generously drizzled with white butter! The place has many open-air dhabas like Sukhdev, Vaishnov, Gulshan Dhaba to name a few. They serve everything ranging from Chinese, Mexican, North Indian to fast food, Italian, street food, and even pastries and desserts. Sukhdev Dhaba has a seating capacity of over 1000 people and a parking space for 250 cars. The food is delicious and affordable as well! It closes from 5am to 8am and it is accessible every day and night!

Moolchand Parathas

Opposite Moolchand Metro Station, this paratha heaven serves a wide range of parathas along with spicy green chutneys, yummy dal and raitas. Other dishes like anda curry, aloo mutter, gobi do pyaaza are the hot favourites. The place remains open 24x7 and anytime is a good time to satiate your cravings for hot and soft parathas! Don’t forget to try their famous cheese paratha which oozes with cheese at every bite and makes those extra gym hours totally worth it.

Patel Chest Chaiwala

A tasty way to curb those late night hunger pangs is to hit this spot in Patel Chest. Treat yourself to their perfect eggs, Maggi, chai and other snacks and you will not be disappointed. This North Campus area is always buzzing with people who unapologetically believe in chai pe charcha at any point so join in ASAP. Do not forget to try their garam chole bhature which is highly recommended by the patrons.

Al Jawahar

Located in the Jama Masjid area, this place is a hot favourite if you are craving kebabs and other Mughlai delicacies. Even at 2am, their service is prompt and do not forget to try their Chicken Changhezi if you want fireworks in your mouth! This place is just beside Kareem’s so if you feel like trying out different places other than the famous ones, give this one a go!

Horn Please

This place is open 24x7 and they serve the best Daal Makhani and Chicken Malai Tikka! If you want to take your family out at night just for drive, you could very well stop here to enjoy a few bites. Situated at Chittaranjan Park, this fine dine restaurant serves amazing beverages too!

So if you are hungry, the clock just struck midnight and you have a car, promptly pick up a friend or your siblings and set off to these places with the music blaring!

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