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Delhi Haat Janakpuri
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8-Hour Private Custom Tour of Delhi
Reviewed June 28, 2017 via mobile

Most of the time is empty... Not much to see...Just sat or Sunday on some festival or mela people do come...Not too good food...Just it is 15 to 20min walk n then go back home

Thank Pushpinder S
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Reviewed May 28, 2017

Its got shops, cultural events and an AC food court with 10+ shops. Parking is usually available, but being Delhi... you know... better to take an Ola / Uber cab.

Mostly open-air, it can get hot in the summers. The shopping choice too is not as much as that at the INA market one. So if you have a choice you could consider going there instead. Otherwise this one is not too bad, and getting better over time.

Thank roamingst0ne
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Reviewed May 27, 2017 via mobile

There's literally nothing inside the Dilli Haat if there is no fest going on. Nearly empty throughout out the day and a little crowded in the evenings during weekends and especially when some fest is on.

The A.C. of so called Food Court doesn't appear to work most of the time. Very Few Shops in the Foodcourt and otherwise. Basically, Dilli Haat is under-utilized compared to what it can really offer.

Better than Dilli Haat, Pitampura but worse than Dilli Haat, INA.

Parking can be an issue during weekends as parking is small and most of it is utilized by the local residents and/or by a small banquet hall within the Dilli Haat premises forcing you to park on the main road itself.

Have visited thrice with friends during morning hours just because it's a centralized place for us and is peaceful when empty.

Thank Navdeep Singh O
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Reviewed April 29, 2017 via mobile

This place is situated near hari nagar depot. Place is a quiet one, with less footfall as compared to the other delhi haats. Still half shops are empty.

Thank Ashish A
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Reviewed March 17, 2017 via mobile

I love this place for its assortment of clothes and jewellery from across India. If you want to buy souvenirs from Delhi and don't have the time or energy to scout and haggle at the local markets, this is the place for you. But warning: prices are quite high.

Thank Archana B
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