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Eat, Drink, & Shop: Here's Everything You Can Do In Khan Market

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Khan Market is one of our favourite places to hang out at. One of the more expensive shopping hoods in Delhi, this place has some of the best shopping and eating options in the city. Here’s a list of all the places that you shouldn’t miss out on.

Where To Eat

Green Mantis

At the heart of Khan Market, Green Mantis is as green as it gets. It’s a vegan restaurant with charming, airy interiors and a delectable menu. We’ve heard that even hardcore carnivores love it here simply because the menu is so delicious.

What To Order: Enoki Bunch, Oyster Motoyaki, Cheese Hotteok, Singapore Bee Hoon

Price For Two: INR 1,500

Perch Wine & Coffee Bar

With a variety of wines, wine-based cocktails, coffees and a selection of quick bites, Perch is one of those spots that you should bookmark for just about anything- catching up with an old friend, a date or a special occasion.

What To Order: Double Chocolate Mousse, Potato Gnocchi, Mango Sorbet, Mulled Wine, Chicken Sub

Price For Two: INR 2,500

Andrea's Bar & Brasserie

Royal blue walls, cushioned sofas, and stunning paintings Andrea's Bar & Brasserie is one of Khan Market’s swankiest restaurants.

What To Order: Crispy Prawns, Tofu & Mushroom Krapow, Summer Is Back Mocktail

Price For Two: INR 2,000

Sly Granny

A beautiful mix of European and American cuisine, Sly Granny gives a pristine ambience and luxurious modern feels, without compromising on style.

What To Order: Moroccon Chicken Flatbread, Pesto Risotto, Lamb Bolognaise, Apple Crumble, Eggs Benedict

Price For Two: INR 1,800

Mr. Choy

You need to check out Mr. Choy for their special dim sums menu, even if you get full after a certain point of time, you’ll be left begging for more.

What To Order: Sizzling Chicken, Scallops, Ramen, Dimsum. Check out more here.

Price For Two: INR 1,700

Tera Vita

A shiny and pink Italian Bistro, Tera Vita offers Italian classics like burrata, and pasta (among others) with a modern twist, and never compromises on the quality of its ingredients, most of which, are procured locally.

What To Order: Beet Burrata, Truffle Truffo Linguini, and the Pepperoni Pizza.

Price For Two: INR 1,500


Spread over three floors, Laduree comes in from the chic streets of sweet Paris! Head here if you want to feast on the finest macarons (they have like 13 flavours!), chocolates, pastries, and all things sweet. There’s a high tea menu too with sandwiches and avocado toast.

What To Order: Macarons, Laduree Club Sandwich, Pan Seared Salmon, Saint Honore Pastry.

Price For Two: INR 4,500

Some More Options..

SodaBottleOpenerWala is a Parsi speciality restaurant known for its Mutton Berry Pulao. Khan Chacha, the famous Mughlai eatery. Yum Yum Cha or Mamagoto for epic Asian food. Delhi’s favourite Italian Restaurant, The Big Chill Cafe. The Artful Baker for french confectionery items that look as good as they taste. You can also head to The Big Chill Cakery and L’Opera for decadent desserts.

Where To Shop

Fashion & Jewellery

Ogaan is our favourite store of curated apparel from the best Indian designers.

A store with a high ceiling, Manan is filled with Indian curios, beaded jewellery, kaftans, kurtas and flowy dresses.

This is a designer jewellery brand by Rahul Popli, who brings metals to life with his craft.

Amrapali Jewels
You’ll find an exquisite collection of luxurious gold and silver jewellery here.

Clothing inspired by Indian mythology and the diverse culture of India. Btw, it’s an Instagram favourite for wedding wear.

Head to Cord to get yourself some classic, timeless pieces of clothing.

Zingrin has a range of simple, but well-made and comfortable clothing items.

Anokhi is a homegrown brand that houses some of the best Indian apparel.

Peachoo is a luxe ethnic wear store, their line has a subtle glamour about it. Usually pretty hard to find in India.

Dynamic colours, intricate designs and brilliant craftsmanship are how we would like to define this unconventional jewellery brand.

N'soul is a little outlet called that has some amazing and unique pieces of junk jewellery. Also available on Shop on LBB here.

Play Clan
Play Clan is an independent design label. We love how they manage to balance quirky and chic with a range of fun tidbits and accessories, from casual wear and fridge magnets to stationary and coffee mugs.

Home And Decor

Good Earth
Good Earth is one of our favourite home and textile store. It houses two storeys of luxury bath, body, and home products.

You’ll find very zen, minimal looking serve-ware here. Great for the ‘gram too.

The Decor Kart
You can shop everything from jars to decorative objects and figurines, storage solutions to serve ware and wall decor.

They have a bunch of home decor, furniture and art pieces. We particularly love their collection of crockery.

This brand has a great collection of home and home decor products as well as travel accessories and even clothing. We really like their clean and controlled aesthetic.

Find table runners, cushion covers, rugs, curtains and more, and all handwoven! Aadyam Handwoven is working with 3 weaver communities in India namely Varanasi, Pochampally & Bhuj.

Lok Nayak Bhawan
If you’re looking for some lighting options for your home then you have to visit Lok Nayak Bhawan. It’s an old building in Khan Market that has so many lighting options, you’ll definitely find what you’re looking for.

For All Skin-Care & Beauty Enthusiasts

Kama Ayurveda
Your one-stop shop for Ayurvedic products, Kama Ayurveda has everything from skincare items to incense sticks.

Innisfree is a Korean skincare store that has a bunch of skincare and cosmetic products.

The Fragrance People
Not technically skin-care but a store that will definitely complement the whole self-care vibe. They have many aromatic oils and candles. The Fragrance People is great to pick up something nice to turn your shower into a spa-like setting.

Forest Essentials
You’ll find luxurious ayurvedic bath and beauty products at this store. Their solid perfumes are a personal fav!

This dermatologist-recommended brand has a number of skincare, haircare, body care, beauty products stocked on its shelves.

A store that has rich bath and beauty products like Iced Pearl Margarita Scrub, aromatherapy lotions, body butters and foam baths.

If you still need more, then there's only on more option. And that is Nykaa.

Shops For All Stationery Lovers And Book Worms

Anand Stationers
Apart from having a range of trinkets and souvenirs, Anand Stationers also have a collection of handmade paper and a mix of eclectic stationery.

Faqirchand Book Store
They sell first and second-hand books at economical prices.

Hamster Stationery
This fashion stationery store has soul-satisfying scented pens, pencils, Japanese Washi tapes and houses products from all across the world.

Bahrisons Booksellers
Heaven for all book lovers, Bahrisons Booksellers probably has all the books you’ll ever search for.

Full Circle Bookstore And Café Turtle
Getting lost in this quaint little bookstore is very easy. Tried and tested. Plus, they also have Cafe Turtle on the second floor!

Some More Options..

Pamper Your Furry Friends
Head to Windsor The Pet Shop, Heads Up For Tails or JawsNPaws for all sorts of food, toys, accessories and clothing needs for your pets.

Mercury Audio Video
They stock CDs and DVDs and also a collection of magazines, as well as phone and camera accessories.

Sham Di Hatti
This departmental store is stocked to the brim with every necessity, luxury utensil and equipment a home cook could need.

Things To Do

If for some reason you’re not at Khan Market for either shopping or eating your hearts out, and are looking to explore the place, here’s a bunch of things you can do and places you can chill at.

Get A Makeover

Khan Market has some of the best salons in Delhi. To name a few there’s Geetanjali, Toni & Guy, Jawed Habib, and Looks Salon to give you that well deserved Princess Diaries sorta makeover.

Take A Stroll At Lodhi Gardens

Right next to Khan Market, Lodhi Gardens is 90 acres of lush green that has been built over a period of two centuries during the Sayyid dynasty. Often fitness workshops are held here as it’s a popular spot for fitness enthusiasts, so you can come here for that much needed workout sesh, or just sit, relax and gossip in the winter sun with your friends over some delicacies you picked from cafes at Khan Market.

Explore India Habitat Centre

The India Habitat Centre is an exhibition centre and a performance auditorium that hosts a variety of cultural and social activities. The library and Habitat's Visual Art Center (HVAC) are both worth visiting. Within the huge nine-acre site are the National Museum, which houses ancient artefacts, the Crafts Museum which highlights craft traditions from around the country, and the National Gallery of Modern Art. You can dine at The All American Diner located on the IHC campus.

Catch The Sunset At Humayun’s Tomb

If you’re someone who likes to explore cultural landmarks, head to Humayun’s Tomb, a stone throw away from Khan Market. You can come here nearing the time of sunset for a beautiful picturesque moment. Do look up and view the differently designed and restored domes of the four complexes within the grounds.

Get ‘Gramming At Lodhi Art District

Lodhi Art District is India's first-ever open-air art district where 25 street artists from India and around the world came together to paint the walls and create masterpieces, the product is some 20 murals, art exhibits, and wall paintings. Thanks to these artists your IG feed will be looking super cool and vibrant as ever.