Khan Market named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (popularly known as Frontier Gandhi), is definitely one of the high-end Delhi Shopping Market. It is situated at the heart of Delhi and is close to India Gate.It ranks as the market with one of the highest rentals per square foot in the world. Some of the best book shops, garment shops ,cosmetics and handicraft shops can be found in Khan Market.
Fab India and Anokhi are well known shops selling Indian ethnic wear. You will also find designer boutiques selling exquisite Indian dresses. Ogaan is one such famous boutique as is Ritu Kumar. Well known home furnishing shops including Good Earth, Neemrana and Fab India have outlets here. International brands like Benetton, Levis and Adidas add to the international flavor of this place. Amrapali, a famous jewellery shop, is well worth a visit. Silverline sells a good range of silver jewellery and precious stones. Lingerie, accessories, cosmetics sunglasses are all found here.
Behind Khan Market is the Lok Nayak Bhavan where you will find lamp shades and chandeliers. Hyde Out for shoes and bags is tucked away here. Khan Market is both lively and relaxed and is known for exclusive shopping and leading brands. This Delhi shopping market is a favorite among the elite and the young.
It is not only upmarket, but also one of the hip places to shop in, in the capital. Khan Market also boasts of great restaurants that dish out international cuisine – Italian, Chinese and Pan Asian. There are modern coffee shops where the young hang out. You will also find shops selling exotic vegetables, fruits, meat, imported sauces and cheese.
The leading restaurants in Khan Market are TownHall, Latitude Café,Mamago & Khan Chacha .
The India International Center for Performing Arts is close by and so is the famous Lodhi Gardens.
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