Opens all weekdays except Sunday.
One of the costliest retail shopping destinations of the world, Khan Market prides itself in being favorite marketplace for the who’s who of Delhi, including the members of diplomatic community. What was the 20th most expensive retail streets in the world as per Cushman&Wakefield report of 2011, was given to immigrants from North West Frontier Province (currently a province of Pakistan bordering Afghanistan) in 1953.
The market was established as a double storey market complex that had 154 shops and 74 flats for residing shopkeepers. Very few flats now remain as most of these have been sold out by the first generation of occupants and have been made into shops. The name Khan Market comes from freedom fighter Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan, brother of Frontier Gandhi- Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan. The market is in double U-shape with elongated layout.
Some of the popular retail shops here are Grover Tailors, Sodabottleopenerwala, Big Chill Café, Big Chill Cakery, Good Earth, Kama Ayurveda, Amrapali Jewels, Perch Wine and Coffee Bar, Khan Chacha, Café Turtle, L’Opera, Fragrance People, Fragrance Flowers, Jawed Habib, The Neemrana Shop, Raghavendra Rathore menswear, Faqirchand Book Store, Bahrisons Book Store, Full Circle, Bon Ton, Jaws and Paws, Manan Design, Ogaan and many others.
Khan Market is located in an upscale neighbourhood. It is not very far from India Gate on one hand and Lodhi Colony and Lodhi Gardens on the other. Golf Links area is close by. In the immediate neighbourhood lies the Ambassador Hotel (now Taj Vivanta) and Sujan Singh Park. Dyal Singh College, Sai Temple of Lodhi Road, India Habitat Center and Embassies of a number of countries (Spain, Israel, Brazil and others) are also close by. On the other side of this market are UPSC, Hotel Taj Mahal and India Gate.
Nearest Metro Station