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Delhi Haat

95, Shamboo Dayal Bagh, Old Ishwar Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi, India
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95, Shamboo Dayal Bagh, Old Ishwar Nagar, Okhla, New Delhi, India
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I am an often visitor for this place. The place is nicely maintained. A good place to spend the entire day. As there are several restaurants serving different cuisine food. Must visit for foodies. Lot of shops to purchase stuff like khaadi kurtas, mojadies, other...More

Thank Anil D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We purchased over $3,000 worth of items. 3 of the 4 items we had shipped as they were too large for the plane. They packed a 20 pound Buddha statue on top of a delicate wooden bowl with nothing in between to make sure the...More

Thank mattL6621VT
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I just love coming here.. so much of colours, handicrafts, food. They have amazing collection, albeit little expensive. It is in my once-in-a two-months-go-to list.

Thank Sourabhgogna
Reviewed 12 May 2017

I was told by colleagues to go to Dilli Haat and ended up being driven to Delhi Haat instead which is an uninteeresting and quiet, small three story mall of local shops - it was pretty much a tourist trap and claims to be run...More

Thank dismie
Reviewed 22 April 2017

There is some confusion regarding these places, Delhi Haat is a shop where as Dilli Haat is a market. This review is of the shop. A shop with no prices displayed and mostly frequented by tourists rings alarm bells. A form of dynamic pricing seems...More

Thank brisman333
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

This is a great market to visit! It boasts all the India merchandise you will be expecting at great prices. Most tour companies will avoid this please and try take you somewhere else (usually somewhere they get a kickback). We could not get out tour...More

Thank NacquitaK
Reviewed 20 March 2017

At Delhi haat , you can relish the Delhi Local food and the hand made products from across the Inida . Lot of cultural activity like folk dance , puppet show , magic show keep on going the whole day . You can get bamboo...More

Thank simithevoyager
Reviewed 28 February 2017 via mobile

You can visit Delhi Haat to buy regional cloths & taste regional food. If any one wants to understand the culture of India & also enjoy regional dishes. Delhi Haat is the right place.we should visit this place along with kids to educate them about...More

Thank Santosh D
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

Although foreigners had to pay to enter knowing they'd be the ones buying, the place was kept very clean and had a great choice of stands with a wide variety of products from all over India. The things found, as seen in the picture were...More

1  Thank Yannick S
Reviewed 3 February 2017

MAKE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT BEHIND THE METRO STATION INA. If you are in a building you are in a false place. Beginning with being charmed into henna on my hands to munching some of the best dumplings (mongolian momos) we have eaten outside of...More

Thank JadeHouse
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