Khan Market is a market in New Delhi, established in the year 1951, and named in honour of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan. The market has today grown into one of the most expensive and lavish commercial real estate locations in the city, with its wide variety of stores.
Present here are modern showrooms of some of the best-known brands like Nike, Reebok, Tommy Hilfiger, Benetton, Goodearth and others. Also of note are silver jewellery stores Amrapali, Safeera, Silverline, to name a few. Other popular stores and eating joints in Khan Market include FabIndia, Raj stores, Anokhi, Sanjiv Mehra's Allied Stores, Cooptex, Gift Palace (for toys, games and theme parties), Aamayo, Route 04, The Kitchen, Market Cafe, Cafe Turtle, Albake, Big Chill Cafe, Cafe Zaffiro, Barista, Mc Donalds, Subway, Kriti Creations, National Cloth House and Khadi Gramodyog amongst others.
Khan Market is also thronged by foodies, as the place is popular for its kebabs from Salim's Kebabs, Khan Chacha's Kebabs and momos opposite Lok Nayak Bhavan, which houses several government offices, and a retail market for lighting fixtures on the ground floor. Also present are several popular bookstores offering a unique selection of books.