To start with, Dilli Haat is a handicrafts market not a restaurant though there is a large food court on the premises.
Dilli Haat opposite INA Market is a good place for those who want to experience an Indian market minus the dirt and crowds, though it can get quite crowded here too at times!
Primarily composed of a multitude of stalls vending handicrafts from different parts of India, usually one area is set aside for the theme of the month where you can get something unusual if you are lucky. Prices are slightly higher than outside but not unreasonable. Some vendors are open to bargaining so try your luck.
The large outdoor food court has stalls from every state and is a great place to try different cuisines of India at reasonable prices. Do not miss the delicious local Sarson Da Saag (Mustard leaves vegetable) with Makki Di Roti (Corn flour bread) in season.
Well worth a visit especially for those who cannot cope with crowded Indian markets. The INA market across the road stocks a huge variety of foreign foodstuff for those who are interested and the popular Sarojini Nagar Market is just a couple of km away.
Entrance Fees to be paid. Parking available.
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