Chandani Chowk is one of the oldest market places of Old Delhi that has still retained its charm in today. It is situated just opposite to the Red Fort. At one end of the chandni chowk, there is the Fatehpuri Mosque which is built by Shah Jahan for his life. On the other end, there is a police station.
The Chandni Chowk is the main attraction point for habitual shoppers which are established in 1650 by emperor Shahjahan. It has a conversional market where one can find a huge variety of buying items or many other special art crafts of Delhi. There are a large number of shops and markets with plush interiors in posh markets yet its importance can be boasted of about among wholesale traders.
Gradually, here, tourists can see the market which is separated in several varieties of clothes, perfumes, electronic item, jewelries like Kundan, Meenakari, candles etc. This is a place of shopping paradise in which you can buy anything from there which suites to our tradition and culture. The best part of this market is that you will get all goodies at highly subsidised rates.
Apart from all these, tourists can taste a wide spectrum of Indian dishes of different regions like Punjabi, Bengali and Guajarati etc. Moreover, it serves some Chinese food, continental food, Italian food and many other varieties to win millions of hearts as well with their tangy flavors.
Some of the famous eateries there are:
* Bikaner Sweet Shop
* The Ghantewala Halwai
* Natraj's Dahi Bhalle
* Gianiji ka Falooda