Satiate Your Hunger With Lip-Smacking Street Food While Shopping For Jewellery At Vardaan Market

What Makes It Awesome

Vardaan Market on Camac Street is a local paradise for traditional jewellery, accessories and fusion outfits. But the market is surrounded by roadside street food stalls, something which also attracts a lot of customers on a daily basis. Also, the entrance area has a line of puchka vendors {panipuri/golgappas}, jhalmuri/bhelpuri/sevpuri stands and a nimboo soda joint. The back exit of the market also has a local vendor that sells pav bhaji - and it's a must-try.

What Could Be Better?

This market has a one-way traffic, so you won't face any problem while travelling back, but be prepared to walk a little when you wish to visit this shopping complex.

What's My Pro Tip?

Parking is always an issue here, hence I recommend you travel by either a public transport or take a cab.

Anything Else?

The entrance also has a besan chilla station, sandwich centres and more, but you can get away with these, as the food there tastes regular, like how you would find at probably any other place.