The western end of Chandni Chowk is book-ended by the mid-17th-century Fatehpuri Masjid, built by one of Shah Jahan’s wives; it was sold...
Kake di Hatti
This long-standing dhaba (snack bar) has been open since 1942 and is famous for its huge, delicious, stuffed (with peas and cheese,...
Khari Baoli · interesting places nearby
Spice Market information
Khari Baoli, the street that runs from the Fatehpuri Mosque to the western edge of the old city, is Delhi's bustling wholesale spice market. It's well worth a wander simply to take in the sights and smells because things have changed little here for centuries. Huge sacks of herbs and spices are still brought to the wholesalers on long, narrow barrows pushed by labourers, and there are eye-catching displays of everything from lentils and rice to giant jars of chutneys, pickles, nuts and tea.