Delights of Omaxe Chowk

- May 3, 2024
| By : Yusra Nazim |

Discover the charm of Old Delhi at Omaxe Chowk, where tradition meets modernity in the first mall of its kind

Omaxe Chowk

As the first mall in Old Delhi, Omaxe Chowk offers a unique blend of traditional charm and contemporary amenities, making it a must-visit destination for locals and tourists alike.

Adorned with glittering chandeliers, Mughal-style arches, and a majestic mosaic dome, the interior décor is reminiscent of scenes from iconic films like Mughal-e-Azam. This cinematic ambiance sets the stage for an unforgettable shopping and dining experience.

Culinary Delights at Dawatpur: Dawatpur, the culinary hub of Omaxe Chowk, promises a gastronomic adventure like no other. From local street food delights like Chaat and Tunday Kabab to global favorites from brands like Popeyes and Domino’s, there’s something to tantalize every palate. With its diverse range of offerings, Dawatpur is a food lover’s paradise.

Fashion World: For fashion aficionados, Omaxe Chowk is a treasure trove of sartorial delights. Whether you’re in search of ethnic wear for weddings or trendy ensembles for everyday wear, brands like Koskii, Malabar, and Kalyan offer an impressive array of options. And let’s not forget about the legendary Ram Chandra Krishan Chandra, renowned for its exquisite wedding and ethnic attire.

Sky Cinema: Experience the magic of cinema amidst the timeless beauty of Old Delhi at Sky Cinema. With its panoramic views and nightly screenings of classic Bollywood films, this cinematic haven offers a memorable outing for movie buffs. From romantic date nights to family outings, Sky Cinema caters to all, with ticket prices starting at just Rs 350 to 400.

Coffee Spots: Take a break from your shopping spree and unwind at one of Omaxe Chowk’s charming coffee spots. Whether you prefer the familiar ambiance of Starbucks or the cozy corners of Costa Coffee, these outlets offer the perfect setting to savor a cup of coffee while soaking in the nostalgic atmosphere of Old Delhi.