With work life killing your personal life, startup ecosystem leaves you with little or no time for rejuvenation. Every individual has different tastes and preferences, we caught up with Suchita Salwan, founder of Little Black Book, right before her panel discussion at The Entrepreneurship Conclave. She shares her favorite places to hang out in Delhi.

Perch Wine & Coffee Bar- Khan Market

With a variety of wines, wine-based cocktails, coffees and a selection of quick bites, Perch is one of those spots that you should bookmark for just about anything- catching up with an old friend, a date or a special occasion.


Blue Tokai Roastery- Saidulajab, Saket, New Delhi

Essentially a place where they roast and pack coffees, the roastery has a café area where you can sit and enjoy their special brews. There are huge nautical windows through which you can check out all that’s happening in the roasting room .

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Ganesh Restaurant – Karol Bagh

Their fastest selling dish is the fish fry and for good reason. Available in both boneless and kaanta variants, the dish comprises large chunks of fish, perfectly crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Served with a large portion of sliced onions and mint chutney, Suchita thinks this is the perfect evening snack.


Di Ghent Café- Gurgaon

One of her Gurgaon favourites, I’ve visited Di Ghent Café many times. It made its way to our list of best coffees, best hot chocolates and waffle list, but its heavenly coffee, tasty food, lovely restaurant space, and vibrant energy have us absolutely hooked.


Delhi Rock- Greater Kailash

In the blazing summer heat, Delhi Rock brings together the convenience of an indoor environment and the skills of mountaineers and trainers who help students learn climbing, aerial dance, yoga and even bhangra . Suchita loves to hangout here for its inspirational environment.




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