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Khari Baoli is famously known as the Asia's largest wholesale spice market.Delhi Organic Farmers' MarketA weekly market that sets up on every Sunday from 9am till 12pm at The Park Hotel, Delhi Organic Farmers' Market is a little paradise for the ones who are super health conscious and worry about where their food is coming from. This is a perfect place to get farm veggies that are pesticide-free and grown using traditional farming techniques. But not just that, you also have variety of herb saplings and pickles to pick from, and all of this at very affordable prices. And, as they say, shopping and snacking go hand-in-hand, you can fuel yourself with small munchies like ragi biscuits and ripe aam panna while picking your perfect veggies.
Delhi Organic Farmers' Market offers farm veggies that are pesticide-free and grown using traditional farming techniques. French FarmA venture started by a Frenchman, Roger Langbour in 1994, French Farm is known for its high quality organic food. Langbour, who was posted at French Embassy in Delhi in the 70s, fell in love with the city, but was a little disappointed with the quality of the meat, and that's when he decided to open an organic farm of his own and named it French Farm. The farm sells some rare livestock that are rare to find in the city like Peking ducks, chicken, turkey and pigs. Moreover, you can find some exotic organic veggies and herbs, and the best part is that you can also order them over the phone.CR Park Fish MarketThe swanky neighbourhood of CR Park in south Delhi is known as mini Kolkata of Delhi. And why not, the place is home to a bustling Bengali community and famous for its fish market. The moment you enter the market, you will find the best stock of variety of fish like Ilish (Hilsa), Katla (Bengal Carp), Rui (Rohu) and other seafood like tiger prawns, lobsters and crabs. The market is open from 10 am to 10 pm.(Also Read: 7 Hard To Beat Reasons to Have More Fish)
About Shubham BhatnagarYou can often find Shubham at a small authentic Chinese or Italian restaurant sampling exotic foods and sipping a glass of wine, but he will wolf down a plate of piping hot samosas with equal gusto. However, his love for homemade food trumps all.