Here, we bring you five eateries across providing delicious food to the DU students.

The Gwayer Hall canteen: North Campus


With a special meetha samosa, Gwayer Hall offers an extravagant range of North Indian food items. It serves hot parathas, colorful thali and never to miss out on everybody's favorite snacks from sandwiches to patties. The string of Indian deserts with different shape, sizes and colour never ceases to seduce a sweet craving among all.

Suresh Tea Stall: GTB Nagar


Launched by two brothers from Ayodhya with just a stove and a kettle, Suresh Tea Stall has spelled a magic upon hostelers and students residing in paying guests in GTB Nagar area. 'Suresh ke parathe' complimented by an 'ilaichi wali chai' is almost like a food mantra to quick fix a conjuring hunger.

The D' School Cafe: North campus


The Delhi School of Economics canteen shoots in its menu every local delicacy one can think of. The popular cute old 'baba' who takes orders is seen reciting the menu at every table, 'egg cury, rajma chawal, chole chawal, spring rolls, cutlet, idli sambhar, vada pao, sambhar vada, dosa, mutton dosa, masala coke, 'kya khayga'?" D' School attracts students even from neighbouring 'law faculty'.

Minglani Vaishno Dhaba: Bhatia Chowk, Kamla Nagar


It takes a lot for veggies to hunt a vegetarian food spot. The finish line is here. The mouth smacking food at this dhaba is utterly hygienic and it wins the heart of everyone who visits this place even once. The favorite among the array of food items on the menu is 'matar paneer, peeli daal and tandoori roti with quarter butter.'  The bill hardly exceeds Rs 150 for each individual even after stuffing good load of food, the best part!

IRCTC canteen, Faculty of Arts:


Mammoth size of tea, coffee, shakes to soda and shikanji, students buzz around not only to quench their beverage craving but also to gulp down fresh fruit chat, bite on to the irresistible idli dosa and savor everyone's favorite chole bhature. IRCTC canteen offers to the hungry butterflies not only full sized meal but also unending variety of snacks like stuffed samosa, burger,patties and much more to munch onto.


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