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Bengali Market in Delhi

Bengali Market is a cultural hub and is one of the most popular and the oldest markets in Delhi. The market was also previously known as Bengali Mal Market and it was built by a Bengali named Mal Lohia in the year 1930.

Bengali Market has excellent ready-made garment shops, photo studios, bakeries, dry cleaning shops, gift shops, book shops, clinics, grocery shops.

Bengali Market in DelhiThe Bengali market is a small market and it comprises of several stores. The market lies nearby the Tansen Marg in Connaught Place. It is extremely popular for the delectable Bengali sweets and the North Indian street food that can be had here.

An upscale market, which exclusively caters to the ultimate foodies. This can happen only in a city as vibrant as Delhi.

Nathu's Sweets and Bengali Sweet House are the two prominent shops one can find here. Relish the soft Bengali rasgulla of the sweet shops present here which is the best, authentic Bengali rasgulla you can find anywhere in Delhi. One can have other famous Bengali sweets also.

Le Meridien Hotel and Janpath Hotel is at a stone’s throw from the market. Some of the cultural centers nearby are Bharatiya Kala Kendra, Kamani Auditorium, and Ravindra Bhawan.

New Delhi Railway Station is 1km from Bengali Market and Chandni Chowk  is 3 km from the market.

Nathu's sweets is insanely popular and serves sweets which are rich in taste and quality. A sweet shop in disguise, it is known for its namkeen preparation and street food including South Indian snacks, Chinese snacks. Its Gol gappas and Chole Bhature are worth trying. The service is really fast and it has almost every snack item which a Delhite would love to have. Bengali Pastry shop & Snack Bar offers tempting street food, but is a favorite of the customers when it comes to truffle pastry and apple pie.

Costa Coffee outlet can prove to be a good place to relax and savor the one of the world's best coffee.

Fresh fruits and flowers are another thing this market has to offer. The fragrance and beauty of flowers is ideal to cheer up your buddy. The market also comprises of some good photo studios, apart from general merchant stores, bakeries, dry cleaning shops, book shops, etc.

Sweet Shops in Bengali Market

  • Chandra Sweets
  • Sweets Corner
  • Krishna Sweets & Caterers
  • Haldirams
  • Kaleva Sweets
  • Bengali Sweets Centre
  • Odeon Sweet House
  • Tewari Bros Confectioners
  • Odeon Sweets
  • Neeraj Store

Restaurants near Bengali Market  Delhi Bengali Market

  • Bandhu Snacks Bar
  • Triveni Tea Terrace
  • Bengali Pestry Shop
  • Cafe Buddy's
  • Chandrika Vegetarian Delight
  • Bhaja Govindam
  • The Grill
  • Cool Point
  • Chatpati Biryani Point
  • Havemore

Hotels near Bengali Market

  • The Hans New Delhi
  • The Lalit New Delhi
  • Clark Surya
  • Tanish Regency
  • Hotel Amara
  • New Hotel Broadway
  • Hotel Emarald
  • Vivanta by Taj Ambassaddor
  • Imperial Hotel
  • ITC Maurya New Delhi

Quick Facts/ Guides

How to Reach: The market is at a walking distance from the Mandi House metro station.
Closed: The market is mostly open seven days.

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