Initial impressions when you arrive here are that you've not quite found the market. There's none of the usual Indian mayhem at a 'traditional' market. This place is much more civilised and is more of a unique high street than a market.
It's more shops and boutiques, restaurants and bars as opposed to small market stalls and hustle and bustle.
The bars are pretty much of a muchness. One is much like the other, all feature comedy Happy Hours (12pm to 12am in one place) and the menu's are also similar regardless of where you go. Thrown in the mix is the usual McDonalds and Subway but don't let that stop you, the rest appear to be relatively independent.
You'll get a good mix of Westerners and wealthy Indian middle classes here, very few beggars and it's surprisingly clean(ish). Most western faces think they're some boho chic, wearing the typical dresses and even putting their kids in the novelty cloth (no wonder their children get bullied at school), and I suppose these tourists are looking for some up-market souvenirs (which you will get at Khan Market).
To some up, Khan market is more a trendy circular high street with decent shops and boutiques, with a smattering of watering holes to keep you sane if you're stuck in Delhi.
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