Little Owl Café
Where: Sector-18, Noida
Timings: 8am – 5am
Hidden behind Noida’s Sector 18 metro station, this place never sleeps. Though they do take a break from 5 to 8 am but (they) operate throughout the day and well into the night. Dishing out a huge menu, even post midnight, they make good sandwiches, burgers, Maggi, macaroni, patty, garlic bread and pastas. You can pair your untimely food sessions with tea, coffee and shakes to make the meal even more enjoyable. They also keep hookahs post midnight.
The Booty Call
Where: Satya Niketan
Timings: 9pm – 5am
Located at Satya Niketan, The Booty Call is a recent player in the act. Previously functioning purely as a delivery venue, you can still call them or just drop by for a taste of dim sum, burgers, rolls, pastas, sandwiches and paranthas. As an added bonus, they also stock medicines, plates, glasses, chocolate and everything you might require at odd hours.
Mukesh Dhaba (aka Convergys’ Dhaba)
Cashing in on the BPOs surrounding it, this one is almost an institution for late night food hunters. Offering paranthas and different types of Maggie noodles like eggs, chicken, onion, chicken-garlic along with chowmein, this dhaba is always busy. Besides these, they also serve Indian staples such as dal makhani, malai kofta, kadhai paneer, butter chicken and Dhaba Chicken.
Where: Vasant Kunj
Timings: 7pm – 4am
Tried and tested one too many times, the Pulled Pork Sandwich is still leading the ‘what’s the best thing on the menu’ race. The Club Sandwich comes a close second, followed by the hummus and pita bread. We recommend staying away from the cupcakes, after having ordered them over five times. They’re mega prompt with your delivery, and you get a text on dispatch with the driver’s number and status, so you can keep track of your order. It’s also useful for when you’d prefer he didn’t ring the bell at some unearthly hour.
Where: Sushant Lok, Gurgaon
Timings: 12pm – 3am
Maal Gaadi is one of the most popular late night restaurants in Gurgaon. The place is more of a take away joint than a dine-in. The Maal Gaadi restaurant serves North Indian and excellent Mughlai cuisines.
Where: Hauz Khas Village
Timings: 7.30pm – 3.30am
Crave Busters delivers across South, West, Central and North Delhi. They also take advance orders to deliver to you. So you might have to preempt your hunger pangs. Crave Busters serves over 130 localities in Delhi, and offers Indian, Pan-Asian, Continental food, and specialty dessert. They have three kitchens across the city, so you can be sure they’ll deliver well in time. Best news yet – you can order online, and they have a mobile app on the way. *does happy dance*