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Time Required : 2-4 hours

Nearest Metro Station : Khan Market station which lies on the violet line

Parking : Free

Khan Market, Delhi Overview

Regarded as one of Delhi's most posh and classy place to shop, Khan Market of Delhi is one of the oldest and the costliest markets in India. Favoured by diplomats and Delhi's influential, this market is renowned mainly for its fashion boutiques, amazing bookstores, opticians, homewares & cafes. For those who love stationery, the place offers handmade papers, lovely paper mache ornaments and other festive decorations. From the showrooms of the best brands to the restaurants providing lip-smacking food; the retail location is a paradise for both shopaholics and foodies. The visit to Khan Market is incomplete without tasting Khan Chacha's tikkas and seekhs. Trust us, Delhites crave for these!

Established in 1951, the market has successfully held the essence of its original structure even in the times of rapid modernization. If you need to hang out late at night, Khan Market is the place for you as remains open till 12:00 AM.  A real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield rated Khan Market as the world's 21st most expensive retail high street.

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Khan Market Restaurants - Places To Eat

1. Khan Chacha

Khan Chacha
Started by a single man, Khan Chacha at present has reached a behemoth position with many chains running throughout the capital. It is one of the best place serving rolls in Delhi.

2. Mamagoto

Mamagoto
With graphic walls and fantastic cocktails, Mamagoto is a new entrant to the place. Without any second thoughts, we recommend having shrimps and top yum soup.

3. Big Chill

It's time to chill a little longer as Big Chill serves you with the best Italian food in Delhi. Moreover, Delhites swear by its wondrous desserts. Cheesecake is a must-have!

4. SodaBottleOpnerWala

Known for its Bombay street food and Parsi ambience, eating its Vada Pav hits to the elitist of things to be done in Khan Market. Chicken Biryani and Raspberry Soda are no less!

5. Smokey's BBQ and Grill

If you are a great sheesha fan you must head towards this place. With finger-licking American and European delicacies, they serve the best hookah in the market.

Khan Market Shops

1. Anokhi
Anokhi

For over 40 years, Anokhi has been able to mesmerise its customers with the creative designs that it produces. Set upon a vertiginous set of stairs, it evokes the essence of traditional Indian arts and crafts. Hand Block printing is their expertise.

2. Atelier

From traditional to Indo-western it has a variety of choices to offer. The designers here know how to maintain a perfect blend between shimmeriness and smoothness. Wearing clothes bought from here will surely out show your personality.

3. Neel Sutra

Owned by a designer, Deepika Govind, the dresses here, has its own unique designs and textures. The stuff is always something which has never been seen before. Hence, the distinctiveness it provides justifies its price tags.

4. Tiana

If you are searching for something which is a seamless amalgamation of both contemporary and traditional designs, then Tiana is the place to walk into.

5. Good Earth


The most famous lifestyle store in Khan Market, Good Earth has the most luxurious home decor things. The store brings forward to its customers international quality with a pinch of Indian taste.

6. Faqir Chand & Sons, Bahirsons

If you are an old school book lover then do visit these two shops to get your hands over the best writings of all the times.

27. Fab India

One of the favourite stores of Indians for contemporary hand-based products with designs inspired from traditional India.

History of Khan Market

Today renowned as one of the Delhi's most expensive and high-end market, this place was once originally allotted to the immigrants from the North-West Frontier Province as seed land after the partition of India. Established in 1951, the double-storey U-shaped market had 154 shops. The first floor of the structure comprised of 74 flats for the shopkeepers. Though the flats are now turned into restaurants, the structure remains the same. The first traders who had set up shops in the market named the Khan Market in the honour of Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan for his seamless efforts in helping them to migrate the new country, India.

How To Reach Khan Market

Khan Market station is the nearest Metro Station which lies on the violet line. Travelling through Blue Line requires you to head down to Mandi House and take the metro towards Escorts Mujesar. Furthermore, if you are travelling via Yello line then change it at Central Secretariat and take the one towards Escorts Mujesar.

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