Cafe Tafri – Sector 14, Gurgaon

Hello people from this part of the world!

I know I talked about being more regular but it is what it is. No excuses. I just don’t get the time to post or I am way too exhausted when I get the time. Before entering the B-School life, I would never have even imagined that I’ll sleep for only 3-4 hours a day but again, it is what it is. πŸ™‚


Keeping those things aside, I wanted to let you know guys know about this place that I visited a long time ago near my campus. So, there’s this homely market near my college. It belongs to the sector-14 residential area, so we call it Sector-14 market. The Cafe Tafri is located there.


My experience here was really, really good. I loved the things that I tried from the menu, although they were only two. However, both were supremely tasty. The pizza was thin crust and while thin crusts can be problematic for some, this crust was very well-done and the toppings were also very satiating. The lasagne was the other thing and that was also super tasty, although heavy. I enjoyed both the pizza and lasagne a lot.


The prices at Cafe Tafri are also bearable, if not affordable. For one person, it would set you back around 150 – 250 INR.


The thing that I really need to mention is the ambience. Look at the picture where a scooted (yes, scooter!) is hanging as a show piece. Do you see the floor seating arrangement in that photo? How awesome is that? You sit and hang your legs downwards. It looks so comfortable (although I sat on a regular table there).


I definitely wish to visit this place again to try out other things on the menu, considering how close it is to campus. I’ll see if I can update this post when I get to try other foods. If you live nearby, definitely check this place out!

That would be it from my side and I hopefully will write the next post sooner! πŸ™‚

Oh, and, don’t forget to tell me your experience if you have been here.

16 thoughts on “Cafe Tafri – Sector 14, Gurgaon

  1. Arre waah! Sahi jageh lag rahi hai. Aur cost-effective bhi… Can visit this one when I visit my cousin’s family next. They live in sector 56,so I guess they might be close to this place already πŸ™‚

    About the being busy bit: you will get used to it. But I don’t quite agree with the too-busy-to-do-anything bit, and am pointing that out because there is whole life ahead of you and this must be countered now. Father often gives the example of Nehru, who in spite of being the PM (and freedom fighter before that) wrote amazing books. The point is, you have everything you need. All you have to do is manage, else there could be repercussions on work as well as family life too…

    • You are ekdum right, and the point is that I am yet not able to do anything constructive, its like I am always occupied but never scoring well or anythjng. Also, you should visit this when you visit me, here πŸ™‚ pretty please! And sec 56 is a lil bit far away from here, just a lil bit though

      • You will do well… Abhi shuru hi hua hai. Takes time to get used to new surroundings.
        I remember this old talk by Harsha Bhogle I watched years back in college in which he said,” the biggest thing that IIMA didn’t teach me and I feel it should have is that – it didn’t teach me how to relax”. So, while to endure the course pressures ( I know because my sister started her MBA as well abhi abhi ), you must defrost yourself.
        College toh dekhna hai hi mujhe. Will definitely come over bina reason ke πŸ™‚

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