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29
March
2016

4 Street Shopping Hotspots In The Maximum City

With long stretches of street stalls offering everything from antique furnitures to household items and items of daily use and from trendy clothes to fancy footwear, there are plenty of things that you can look for while street shopping in Mumbai. It’s where you leave your credit cards behind and test your bargaining skills to get the best deal. Let’s check out some of these street shopping hotspots in Mumbai.

Fashion Street – As the name suggests, the Fashion street is a heaven for shoppers looking to buy the trendiest piece of apparels, footwear and accessories at the most budgeted rates as possible. A vibrant flea market, the market is lined with more than 100 small shops which sells everything from sunglasses to latest denim gunjee. The market is located opposite the VSNL building on Mahatma Gandhi Road and mostly sees a college foot fall. It is for those seasoned bargainers who can manage to take out the best of items at rate of a penny. The market is indeed popular and you can find shoppers from the neighbouring cities frequenting the stalls. Do check the Bhopal, Indore or Bangalore to Mumbai flights fare if you’re planning to check out the market this weekend.

4 Street Shopping Hotspots In The Maximum City

Colaba Causeway – One of Mumbai’s iconic shopping streets, you’ll find something for all ages at the Colaba Causeway. From hand made movie posters to junk jewellery and from trendy bindis to fancy slippers, the market is filled with every small knick-knack you’d ever imagine. The market also consists of some popular restaurants and cafes like the Leopold Cafe, which is a true landmark and a great place to try Parsi and Chinese cuisine and Theobroma Patisserie & Chocolaterie, a heaven for sweet toothed.

Crawford Market – One of the famous wholesale markets in South Mumbai region, the Crawford Market came into existence about 40 years ago as a small vegetable market. Today, it’s not just vegetables you’d find here, but spices, imported food items, dry fruits and more. The market is the resource for obtaining fresh raw materials for several big restaurants in the city, primarily because of the rich assortment products. There’s a dish which you’ve watched on a cookery show and want to prepare, you know where you’d find all the ingredients – Crawford Market. From French cheese to Belgian chocolates, and from Greek olive oil to Chinese duck stock, you’ll find everything here.

Linking Road – Another fantastic market to shop for shoes, junk jewellery, bags and clothes, the – Linking Road is located in the posh Bandra area of Mumbai. The road is a great place to buy fashion accessories, from indistinguishable replicas to little knick-knacks of daily use, you can get it all here at unimaginable prices. There’s a famous bakery too, Theobroma, which offers some of the best bakeries and pastries you might have never tried before, making Linking Road one of the best places to visit in Mumbai.