If you want to get a SPA day in Delhi, Khan market has THE place name Aura. It has just recently opened up and provides one of the most authentic Thai spa experience. For now they only cash and most massages would cost you Rs 1000 plus.
Khan Market has a wide variety of stores, including modern showrooms of most of well known brands like Nike, Reebok, Benetton, Goodearth and others. Delicatessens, bookstores,paints and hardware stores, electronics, kitchenware, and fabric stores mingle with some of the better restaurants in the city. Some of the stores and eating joints include FabIndia, Raj stores, Anokhi,Sanjiv Mehra's Allied Stores, Cooptex, Gift Palace (for toys, games and theme parties), Aamayo, The Kitchen, Market Cafe, Cafe Turtle, Albake, Big Chill, Cafe Zaffiro, Barista, McDonalds, Subway, Kriti Creations , and a general store, national cloth house and Khadi Gramudyog. It is also famous for food including kebabs from Salim's Kebabs, Khan Chacha's Kebab's and momos opposite Lok Nayak Bhavan, which houses several government offices.
This blog is about original vegetarian FOOD not about high end fast food joints.
|Garlic Bread, Banoffee and Mango Frozen Yogurt|
|Dark White Chocolate Shake|
It is one of the best Asian restaurant I have been to with fantastic ambiance. There is a reason this place has been awarded 2011 Times food award for best Asian food.
|Pokchoi + bamboo shoots + Cashew|
Cafe Turtle is another winded restaurant that is located on second floor. The cafe sits right on top of a very good book store. Cafe serves juice mixes, amazing cakes and decent fast food.
|Carrot cake (Made from Jaggery)|
|Caramel Date and Walnut Cake|
There is Delicatessens which I couldn't find either. I still haven't visited Cafe OZ. Aap ki Khatir is closed and Mrs Kaur's crepes was off for renovation when I visited. But from what I have heard, they provide excellent waffles, desserts and crepes.