• Food
  • Neighbourhood & Bazaars

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About the walk

A jewellery market in daytime and street food at night. The love affair with food of indorians is very famous all over the globe. Your every kind of cravings will be fulfilled here be it south Indian or Italian or Chinese or be it a sweet tooth cravings. It is a One stop for all cravings. 

 

The favourite street food loved by all indorians is “Sarafa”. It is located in the most prestigious and so called the heart of Indore The Rajwada. It is the only market in India which remains as a jewellery marketplace at daytime and converts itself into a street food court at night for the hungry indorians. Sarafa was the central trading point for jewellery, artefacts and ornaments. Due to its location and a large number of commuters and tourists, street food vendors started putting stalls and selling fast-food, snacks and chaat. Eventually, street food vendors were allowed to put stalls after 8 PM (after jewellery market closes) until morning. It is popular street of Indore serving mouthwatering food items being loved by every single age of all age.

 

Spend your Sunday evening with us by exploring this street and some mouthwatering dishes.

 

Meeting Time
07:15 pm
Event Date
Event Time
07:30 pm ~ 09:00 pm

Of Taste and Flavours - A Food Walk in Sarafa Market

In Partnership With

Interglobe Foundation

Led By

Priyanka Aiyer

Meeting Time

07:15 PM

Meeting point

Vijay Chat House, Sarafa Market

About the walk

A jewellery market in daytime and street food at night. The love affair with food of indorians is very famous all over the globe. Your every kind of cravings will be fulfilled here be it south Indian or Italian or Chinese or be it a sweet tooth cravings. It is a One stop for all cravings. 

 

The favourite street food loved by all indorians is “Sarafa”. It is located in the most prestigious and so called the heart of Indore The Rajwada. It is the only market in India which remains as a jewellery marketplace at daytime and converts itself into a street food court at night for the hungry indorians. Sarafa was the central trading point for jewellery, artefacts and ornaments. Due to its location and a large number of commuters and tourists, street food vendors started putting stalls and selling fast-food, snacks and chaat. Eventually, street food vendors were allowed to put stalls after 8 PM (after jewellery market closes) until morning. It is popular street of Indore serving mouthwatering food items being loved by every single age of all age.

 

Spend your Sunday evening with us by exploring this street and some mouthwatering dishes.

 

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Please Note

  • Photography is allowed. 
  • Carry drinking water and wear comfortable shoes. 
  • Food prices to be borne by participant.
  • Parking limited at the meeting point. Parking charges, if any, to be borne by the participants.