New Friend's Colony
Open Time : Open 24 hours
Entry : free
Address : New Friends Colony, New Delhi, Delhi, India
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Why to visit New Friend's Colony
One of the upscale neighbourhoods in South Delhi is New Friends Colony. Four block makes up New Friends Colony (NFC): A, B, C, and D Blocks. The main market and NFC Community Center are located in the NFC D block.
Why is NFC popular?
NFC is popular because of:
- Numerous stores
- Cineplex, and
- The Suryaa, a five-star hotel, can be found in the main market.
Things to do in NFC, Delhi
- You can indulge yourself in delicious foods around the corner and some of the delicious cuisines like Shawarma, and Tandoori chicken are a must-try in the streets of NFC.
- You can also explore the shopping places like Fab India, Zodiac and Gargee Designers.
Famous Cuisines: Continental, Tex Mex, South Indian, Italian, Street Food, Mughlai, North Indian, Kerala Cuisine, and Lebanese.
Best Picks: Bon Bon Pastry Shop, Al Bake, Pebble Street, Sab Ki Khatir, Tunday Kababi, Angels In My Kitchen, Carnatic Cafe, Nathu's Sweets, Yum Yum Tree, Shish Shawarma, and Ego Thai.
Average Food Cost: INR 400-500/- per head
FAQ on New Friend's Colony
What metro station is closest to New Friends Colony?
Delhi's first Metro line to reach New Friends Colony is the Magenta Line but make sure to confirm about the closest metro station..
What are the plaes to visit near New Friend's Colony, Delhi?
Lotus Temple, ISKCON Temple and Masjid Zakir Bagh are the places to visit near New Friend's Colony, Delhi.
What are the places to shop near New Friend's Colony, Delhi?
Fab India, Zodiac and Gargee Designers are the places to shop near New Friend's Colony, Delhi
How to reach New Friend's Colony?
From the metro station in Sukhdev Vihar, you can walk to New Friends Colony.
Try from the famous restaurant Sab Ki Khatir, Tunday Kababi (excellent Lucknowi food in Delhi), Pebble Street and Al Bake. Additionally, make sure to check the nearest metro station from your destination for budget-commute in the city.
By TANISHA JAISWAL
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