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A laidback urban village in South Delhi, Shahpur Jat which was previously inhabited
by Jats from Haryana, has today grown to be one of the most hip neighbourhoods known for its designer boutiques, trendy lifestyle & shoe stores, quaint cafes, monuments clustered on the periphery and a green belt. Once upon a time highly preferred by foreign tourists & local designers, the unpainted residential buildings & old havelis and overhanging wires sitting next to shops with contemporary design have today struck a warm chord even with local visitors wanting to slow down and just chill. If you are in a mood to watch plays, film festivals, music concerts, a walk to the Siri Fort Auditorium always promises a good time.
We travelled with two young children. The tour was very well organized. The agents do a brilliant job in assisting and advising. We had great time and visited beautiful places. The car was spacious and new. The driver very professional.
We - 3 sisters - from USA, Australia and Europe decided to go to India and we asked about 8 Indian tour companies to check our itinerary and come up with a proposal for drivers and guides and tours during our trip around Rajastan. Magic Tours of India was the clear winner! Coming up with advice and tips. We worked...
We had arranged the tour from Kamalini. It was really funfilled and informative. The cost was reasonable and they tried to show all the important places in a day tour, still make it all the more relaxing and informative
It's toughest challenge is climbing 4 floors but the food is really worth every bit, the view also makes up for the effort, I tried vegetarian dishes and Bagia basket has till date been my favorite and have visited the place often for this wholesome meal, you will find healthy flax seed chutneys also which are given with all meals,...
Good place in the midst of fashion street of shahpurjat Haus khas. Tried a English breakfast, which was a standard tea bag much to.my dismay. The mint iced tea was good along with the carrot orange fresh juice. The bagel with veggies was done fine
I would give it a fair rating and a good place to hangout at shahpurjat
A nice little quiet place that you can visit with your friends. Ordered Veggies Pizza and Golf Balls as per the owner's recommendation. The pizza was thin and cheesy and nicely made but the golf balls were not upto the mark. They were soggy with excess salt. No "Mozzarella and jalapeno filling" as per the menu.
However it was nice...