Potbelly Cafe in Shahpur Jat, Delhi, is a haven for Bihari cuisine enthusiasts. If you’re a lover of authentic flavors and traditional dishes, this cafe is the place to be. Located on a rooftop, Potbelly offers a vibrant and relaxing ambiance, perfect for unwinding and enjoying a delightful meal. The star of their menu is the lip-smacking litti chokha, a Bihari specialty that will leave your taste buds craving for more. With its cozy decor and warm atmosphere, Potbelly Rooftop Cafe provides a memorable dining experience. If you’re planning a visit, keep in mind that a meal for two at Potbelly Rooftop Cafe will cost you around Rs. 800, making it an affordable yet satisfying culinary journey.
In a small talk with KahaJaun, Cafe Potbelly’s owner gave more information about the cafe.
How would you describe Potbelly Cafe in a line?
Serving regional delicacies in a quaint, beautiful rooftop setting.
The Potbelly Rooftop Cafe is famous for?
Authentic Bihari cuisine and also being the flagship restaurant of the Potbelly chain.
Who should definitely visit this Shahpurjat cafe?
The Gen X that tends to forget who magical regional cuisine in India can be.
Tell us about the menu of Potbelly rooftop Cafe? (Cusine, Food & Drinks)
Traditional recipes handed down through generations. Every dish is unique and represents regions of Bihar. We prepare freshly brewed unique ice-teas and desi coolers to bring back the taste of regional India.
What would be the cost for 2 at Potbelly Rooftop Cafe?
Between Rs. 800 and 1000.
What is the inspiration behind the decor of the cafe?
Wanted to give a contemporary, young, vibrant and minimalistic in it’s aesthetics to commune with the natural beauty that surrounds our rooftop café.
Address and Contact Details?
Address: The Potbelly, 116-C, 4th floor, behind UCO Bank, Shahpur Jat – 110049.
Contact: Munish 8059800510
If you were a customer in your own cafe, what would you order from the menu?
A bite of every dish.
What inspired you to open a cafe?
My mother’s recipes and a desire to bring Bihari Food on the food map of India.
How did you come up with the name Potbelly?
We believe that the way to anyone’s heart is through their belly!
What aspects of the food industry would you like to change?
Sourcing good quality produce, Consistently serving a good product. Zomato, Swiggy should be equally in favour of the restaurants as they are with the customers. Concessions’ and support from the Government as we are one of the industries that provides one of the largest employment opportunities.