Cha collections.

The Oxford Bookstore does not only house an immense collection of books, quirky seasonal nitbits but is also house to one of the best book cafes of Delhi – Cha Bar.

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This crazy, huge light fixture is a part of the minimal ambiance that Cha Bar offers. Marble table tops and no fuss chairs with spools of chuckling and abuzz with tales.

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Another signature trademark of the book cafe are the flowers placed on each table in a cut marble stone.

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Their latest acquisition

Their latest acquisition

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They offer a wide variety of ch – ranging from exotic Indian ones to International flavours. This one here is the bollywood masala cha served in an equally dramatic kettle.

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Chicken hoisin wrap – crispy chicken rashers tossed in the savoury hoisin sauce and wrapped to perfection.

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Smoked chicken and celery club sandwich with tempting chicken and egg- the celery dressing was especially gratifying.

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You can also delve into their excellent desserts while sipping your tea – this jumping monkey cup holds tuck driver ki cha being relished with a slice of English tea cake.

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Chicken shawarma wrap served with sour cream – layered pita bread holds together the many flavours of grilled chicken which goes delectably with the sour cream.

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Falafel with pita bread – another incredible Lebanese preparation served with hummus alongside. The fresh solf pita bread with flavoursome falafel made into an effortless mixture instead of patties tasted much better.

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Shami kebab with caramalized onions and mint mayonnaise sandwich – the tantalizing aroma and the melt in your mouth meat with the freshness of the mint mayo is guaranteed to make you go week in your knees.

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Smoked chicken and jalapeno sandwich

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Keema samosas – the keema was a tad bit dry but overall a very filling preparation.

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Penne arabiata – the pasta was slightly overcooked but the sauce made up for it.

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Bun Kebab – a contemporary preparation of this favourite Mumbai dish – a soft bun lined with mayo and succulent tikki.

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One of their best sellers apart from books is Fish And Chips. Priced at a dreamy price of INR120, fresh fried fish served with fries and tartar sauce is a must have.

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So, hit Cha Bar to unwind, a chirpy catchup, quick snack or just conquer your mounting work. Fish and chips, sandwiches and falafel are a must have.

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