Mehar Chand Market, Lodi Colony (unimaginatively called 5th Avenue on the street signage) is home to some of the coolest shops and the hottest eateries in the capital. It’s another South Delhi market where you should shop, eat and be seen.
Holi is here and that means Indian’s have another excuse to celebrate the victory of good or evil with a great sweet. The gujjia is only available for a short time, so make sure when playing colours you get stuck into this special Holi Sweet.
Located south of Lodi Road on Second Avenue, Khanna Market is one long strip of a street where the shops and stores stock almost everything you need (and a little bit more).
If you love dosa, value a vada and score south Indian khana on the quality of the sambhar, then this rundown of six superb south Indian diners is a must read (and a must eat).
This list is bound to create some debate, but discussion is a good thing when it comes to sourcing the most mouth watering mithaee (sweets) in Delhi. Here’s the shops where we reckon you’ll find everything you want and more
Lord Ganesha, the elephant headed Hindu god, has been everywhere over the last week. With his birthday celebrations in full flow why not join in the fun by munching away on some Modak, Ganesha’s special birthday sweet.
The aromatic and alluring smell of freshly ground coffee wafting down the street is not a smell associated with most Delhi marketplaces, but if you head to far end of Khanna market it is. Here you’ll find an amazing coffee roaster hidden away among the tent houses and motorbike repair shops.
Over the last few days I’ve been mourning the end of the mango season. There are still a few green North Indian Chaunsa kicking about, but we’re at the fag end of the sweet Indian fruit season. But, my sadness turned to delight late this week with the discovery a melon that’s inspired poets.
Take a stroll around Lodi Colony, South Delhi, and you’ll get to see some of Delhi’s latest works of street art created by internationally acclaimed street artists. The folks behind this creative explosion came from the St + Art India Foundation, a non-profit body that aims to make works of art accessible for everyone. They’ve…