Sector-62 is a wonderful place where the feeling of living in a community truly comes forth. Buzzing with individuals from all ages, it is a great place to live in terms of residential architecture! It also has great connectivity to Ghaziabad and the rest of Noida!
A lot of big restaurants, small time dhaba-type spaces, little shops with various eating options, Chinese vans, Momo stalls, Sambar-Vada outlets, chaat walas, ice-cream carts and basically, almost anything for any budget is found in Sector-62. Vegetables and fruit vendors are also found aplenty. The fresh veggies will tempt you to buy some fresh stuff and cook it up at home!
I have been associated with this area for 4 years now, having been living here as a student at Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida sector 62. I like spending my leisure time in reading.
As long as it is about food, it is good
Noida is well connected and is comparatively small. Easier to reach Sector 18 or anywhere. Also, a lot of this generation is migrating to this area because of offices etc. So its a culture mix. There are a lot of local markets around each area, everything is easily available.
This area is still developing and has a lot of shady areas. Also, check for the quality of tap water before shifting in. There are places with very salty water. Three wheeler autos and rikshaws are easily available. Shared autos help save us a lot of money and most importantly, connect a lot of sectors in Noida to nearby metro stations.
Its an industrial area, so one good thing about this place is that it caters to everybody's taste in its own way. There are a lot of chinese vans and mughalai food vendors around each office. Three course meals at very cheap prices are best served at the windsor street market. It has a few good bakeries and all kinds of restaurants. To burn a hole in your pocket,once in a while, there is Sector 61 market, most recommended for family fine dinings, office lunches/dinners, coffee dates. There are a few pubs and fast food joints here too.