Malviya Nagar, named after the noted freedom fighter Madan Mohan Malviya, is situated between Saket and Hauz Khas, and still manages to be relatively inexpensive. It happens to be home to Delhi Police’s training school as well.
Food is largely affordable here. Most places offer the luxury of late night delivery since there are so many young peeps in the vicinity. With a lot of exciting and unique casual dining outlets like Pema’s and Thok (The House of Kakori), meals are sorted. You also have your run of the mill food chains like Domino’s and Dunkin Donuts here.
I’m a student of PGDM at FORE School of Management and have been residing here for the past 20 years. I enjoy reading, traveling and Sports.
24x7 Availability of utilities, Proper street lighting makes the area safe, Helpful Neighbors, No problem of electricity or water, Multiple options available for Food and Dining out.
Eatout options ranging from street vendors selling Chhole bhature to Big brands like Rendevous, Ping Baluchi, Swagath, Moti Mahal; including Cafes and hangout places like CCDs, Dunkin Donuts, Subway, etc. The place is famous for street food indeed.
Negatives: Congestion, Parking Problems, Bad Roads, Noise in the area.
Connectivity: Metro; DTC; Easy availability of Auto Rickshaws; Manual Rickshaws not available.