5 bakeries in Delhi that every Red Velvet Cake fan must visit!

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There’s a soft spot for red velvet cake in our souls. Those with a sweet tooth or a foodie soul know how good even the bite-sized red velvet cupcakes taste (and feel).

Well, if you want to paint your world red too, here’s where to find the great red velvet cakes in Delhi:

Whipped | E-556, Greater Kailash – 2

Whipped’s famous red velvet cheesecake is the ultimate remedy for a bugging Monday or that not-passable Thursday! Just take a bite and it literally melts in your mouth—the taste lingers for hours. The bakery has other undoubtedly fancy bakery items as well that you might want to explore!

Diggin | Anand Lok Shopping Centre | Opposite Gargi College, Anand Lok

A whimsical night with soulful music and pixie lights twinkling above you and a slice of creamy red velvet cake on the table—much like a dream, right? Diggin is just the place for midweek daydreamers!

Elma’s Bakery | 31, 2nd floor, Hauz Khas Village | 73, Meherchand Market, Lodhi Road

This cute, little fancy pastry shop in Hauz Khas Village and Lodhi Road, with its enticing and offbeat interior, may have mastered the art of baking red velvet cakes in Delhi. Their cakes taste as good as they look!

Big Chill Cakery | Main Market, Khan Market

If you have a perpetual sweet tooth, then you will definitely become a regular at Big Chill.  The Mecca for Italian cooking and drool-worthy pastries, Big Chill is the place to be at during those cravings. Their red velvet cake is well-known amongst the foodies and you’ve got to try it to know why!

Maison Des Dessert |T-49, Hauz Khas Village

Located far from the chaos of the Hauz Khas market, this little fantasy world is the perfect spot for some truly delightful bakery items. The place isn’t about a bestseller cake—so many wonderful items to choose from their exhaustive menu! Experience their red velvet cake and experience bliss!

Everyone has a secret sweet tooth and tedious work weeks call for some indulgence! Why do it any other way when there’s the red velvet way?!

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