Jama Masjid - one of the largest mosques in India, Chandni Chowk - a fascinating market, Salimgarh Fort - a historic monument, St James Church - an important Church in Delhi and Rajghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi.
Red fort has a restaurant, a branch of Ashoka Hotel, near the pavilion in the north of the fort complex where one can relax and have refreshments. Nearby Chandni Chowk is home to many famous eateries including Karims, famous for its kebabs. Ghantewala sweet shop, food stalls near Jama Masjid, and Paranthewali Gali, specialize in Indian street food. In Daryaganj try the Moti Mahal, Flora and Peshwari Restaurant for local flavor or Natraj hotel for a decent Indian meal, or Chor Bizarre at Broadway Hotel for authentic Kashmiri Cuisine in a heritage ambience.
Just outside Lahore Gate is Chandni Chowk, literally 'Silver Street' and traditionally the place to shop for silver jewelry and utensils. You can also shop here for traditionally embroidered clothing, exotic food and curios. Old gramophone players and photographic equipment are also a popular purchase from Chandni Chowk. Chatta Chowk for traditional and contemporary jewelry and handicrafts), Nai Sarak for books, Chor bazaar for electronic goods and Daryaganj book market, a Sunday attraction, is not to be missed.
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