Quality decent shopping for traditional regional items. We were not hassled by sales people and most imprtantly it wasnt supercrowded while in the heart of Delhi!! The food left much to be desired at the bombay style cafe. Overall good evening jaunt.
Delhi haat is a place you are lost as to what to buy and what not. It is place where there are stall pertaining to all the states of India and you get the best there. The entire evening where it goes by in a jiffy you dont realise. All the clothes and artifacts are out of the world. Kolhapurs... 更多
One stop shop for all your Indian handicrafts. Did buy something so then got bombarded by other sellers. Just wish they would let you look. Can't say if prices were good or not.
Visited Delhi this weekend and Delhi haat was the place in my mind. Its colorful, lot of outlets, handicrafts and from all the parts of India. Along with all shopping stuffs you can get here food joints from all over India so you cant miss anything. Its really great and food is super tasty, I had momos from Manipouri stall... 更多
Don't keep big expectation going to this place. Just go out on an evening and enjoy the culture and cuisine (at least in boards) across the nation. Good luck if you plan to shop. Test out your bargaining skills.
Delhi Haat is a nice market for tourist. Not very crowded. There is a entrance fee of about 50 ruperts for tourist and 20 for locals. Great shops and you can find a lot of unique items there for reasonable prices. Also across the street you can find another market where you can buy groceries from all over the world.... 更多