Shankar Road Market: Everything From Sneakers And Gadgets To Biryani And Kulfi

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Shankar Road is a little market with everything to offer. There’s comes a little stretch on this road when wherever you look, all you see is people, food, shopping, and liveliness. It’s one little street with everything you need.

Where’s The Shopper In You?

If you’re looking to buy your next pair of sneakers, head to Nike’s factory store here and score some pairs on the cheap. You will also find local clothing stores and boutiques like Walk In Style and Just Men for the fashionable hoarder in you.

Gadget Galaxy

You will also find this market abundant with gadget shops and service centres, so you can head in to buy your next iPhone or FitBit. Also, if your phone’s acting all glitchy, you can find almost every major brand’s service centre here to fix your electronic friend. Head to The Mobile Shop or Samsung Smart Cafe for your next tech fix.

Give Me All The Food!

As you get a little famished, you can either go old school with some Samosas and Aloo Puri at the legendary Peshawar Sweet Shop {they’ve been around longer than most of us have} or head over to Mama’s for their famous Kathi Rolls or go to Oberoi’s for their dreamy Biryani. You will also find a little shawarma shop next to the red light, serving the best of chicken shawarma rolls. You can satisfy that sweet tooth with King’s wide variety of Kulfis or Giani’s epic Hot Chocolate Fudge.

Anything Else?

For a lot more, you will find the market carpeted with little toy stores for kids, street food for the masala-hearted, and a theka to get you through the rest of the night. The Shankar Road market is worth exploring. It won’t take a lot of time and it will give you a lot to wear, eat, and play with. Oh, so generous!


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