Hood Food: The Noida Guide – 7 Places To Eat Around Amity School & University

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Speaking of the sprawling redbrick Amity empire (both school and university), Noida‘s Sector-44 and the surrounding space is thriving with students and young adults, a.k.a., constantly hungry tummies. And to satiate all that hunger, here are 7 places to munch away at.

 

  1. Hungry – I

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Located in the Sector-44 market, Hungry-I sees a lot of crowd from the school and college. The place doesn’t have a seating arrangement so you can sit back on you car seat and enjoy their yummy offerings that range from burgers to salads.

 

  1. Chitra Café

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Situated in the famous market area, Chitra Café is the fast food place to be post bunked lectures and classes. The place is famous for its milkshakes, pasta and fast food Chinese. Oh and, totally pocket worthy.

 

  1. Aartibakes

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Go down on some sinfully delicious bakes like banana walnut cake with caramel, strawberry choco cake and fresh crunchy cookies. Head over to the bakery after class to sink your teeth into the yummiest stress relievers.

 

  1. MIRCH – My Indian Rolls and Curry House

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Calling all desi food fanatic and homesick souls to MIRCH for a mind-blowing North India grubs like dal makhani, tandoori treats, kathi rolls and other staples. You could even indulge a bit and dive tongue-first into their loaded vegetarian and non-vegetarian thalis.

 

  1. Kebab King

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As the name suggests, Kebab King’s forte lies in yummy seekhs and tikkas. Apart from their grilled and skewered goodies, the place also serves up some really good kebab parathas, kebab rolls and biryanis.

 

  1. TFL – The Food Label

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Standing near Amity University, this food truck with its bright teal exterior has enticed more students than books and classes have been able to. The truck rolls out neatly packed steaming hot food that ranges from hot parathas to cheesy pastas.

 

  1. Balli

Located bang opposite the University’s gate no. 2, this is the one stop roadside shop for all Amitians’ hunger fix, Balli’s whips a delightful variety of foods like chole bhature, dal makhani, rajma chawal, et al. All this complete with some piping hot cutting chai. Perfection.

 

Just in case the ‘central library’ is full after the bell goes off!

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Ankita

Binge eater by day and binge watcher by night, Ankita is fluent in food, film, and Internet. When she’s not obsessing over the hottest trends, tacos, and the perfect author’s bio, you can find her under a pile of Jeffery Archer’s novels or looking for the nearest wine shop.

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