Hey, so monsoon has its own charm, any rainy season is incomplete without chai and pakora. Keeping that in mind “High Five cafe” in Hauz khas village has created a whole new menu for this season and you can enjoy this menu later as well.

You can find this cafe just when u enter the Hauz khas village on first floor of bootlegger.


High Five cafe is a perfect place to hang around with friends and enjoy Amazing food with a huge bar menu. The place is quite huge. You can have a separate lounge for parties. It’s decor includes brick walls and graffiti. Bar has old mid-century look.

Coming to the most important drinks and food.

Drinks at Cafe high five

As I don’t drink I tried out their mocktails first. To be honest I completely loved them specially the Caribbean refresh. I definitely try a shake where ever I go so I tried out their strawberry shake it was nice but a little too sweet for me.

I would love to try Choco monster next time.

Food at Cafe high five

Veg pitta bread was the first thing I tried. It’s a small pitta bread filled with mix of paneer and veggies along with spices. You can definitely give this one a try.

Indian veg platter 

It is an assortment of few indian snacks like hara bara kebab, paneer tikka, seekh kebab, lachaa parantha and 2 dips. Every thing was scrumptious its just the hara bara kabeb that was a little undercooked.

Chinese platter

It has all the Chinese elements you want in a plate. It has hakka noodles, manchurian, spring roll, chilli paneer, manchow salad, all salt and pepper veggies. This is just perfect. You should definitely give it a try.

Lebanese platter 

It includes falafel, pitta bread, hummus, curd dip and a salad. This is just yummiest Lebanese I ever had.

I did not try any desserts as I was already full.

Whenever you are visiting Hauz khas village you know where to stop next time. I would rate this place a 4.5/5. Cost for two is Rs 1400/- approx.

Ambience, food, presentation and service everything is just perfect. Do give this one a try. Hope it was helpful.

Thanks for reading. Bye.

Written by shivani aggarwal