Sarafa Bazar

Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
  • Address: Rajwada, Maharaja Tukoji Rao Holker Cloth Market, Indore, Madhya Pradesh 452002, India
  • Timings: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Family And Kids, Street Food

About Sarafa Bazar, Indore

For every food lover, Sarafa Bazaar is a must visit to get a taste of Indore's authentic flavours. While it is a harmless jewellery market in the day, as the shops pull their shutters down, this place transforms into a street food paradise at night. With the different cultural influence on the city, the food also shows the same kind of variety. Some of the must-haves are the 'Shikanji' at Nagori Sweets, 'Bhutte ka Kees' at Joshi Restaurant, 'Sabudana Khichdi' at Sanwariya Chaat House, 'Khobra patties' at Vijay Chaat House, 'Egg Benjo' at Johnny Hot Dog and 'Badam Milk' at Lakshminarayan Doodhwala. While most of the stalls are open past midnight, most of the good stuff is over by 10 PM, so head to the market as soon as the stalls are set up, to gorge upon these mouth-watering goodies. 

Sarafa Bazar Information

  • Only vegetarian food available here.

How To reach Sarafa Bazar by Public Transport

  • Rajwada Bus Stop
  • Hire an auto-rickshaw 

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Things to Know Before Visiting Sarafa Bazar

  • 95% of people who visit Indore include Sarafa Bazar in their plan

  • 47.47% of people start their Sarafa Bazar visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Sarafa Bazar

Monday, Thursday and Sunday

93.71% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Sarafa Bazar

People normally club together Rajwada and Bada Ganpati while planning their visit to Sarafa Bazar.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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  • Food street... One gets very astounding quality food and decent price. Head over here when you have cravings. One of the places where quality is genuine and not hyped up... Also as it's situated in heart of the city... One can go shopping in the evening then bonkers over the food.. Easy on pocket... And Light on stomach as well.

  • Lots and lots of street food. People are also very good in behavior. There is a huge variety of street food. Nobody can come empty stomach. It is very cheap. The only thing is that entire sarafa is vegetarian. Not a single non-vegetarian stall. But it is a great place and very much safe even at 12 in a night.

  • This place is full of life and of course food, some pretty insane inventions too. This cheese chila is not one of the famous ones on the street, there is lot of stuff to try out but if you can afford to have any space in your little stomach, I strongly recommend trying it. You will not regret it. 👍

  • A place like nowhere. All the epicureans and the gourmands out there look no further. Your desire for placating the mental covet of accessing some good food through your taste buds ends here. The versatility of Sarafa will surely meet the demands you long for. Here you get a better understanding of how some extra lemon juice or coreander leaves play an essential part in formation of an unforgettable experience which you can live vicariously anytime in future. Here you get an understanding of how important it is for some cuisines to have a brittle and crispy structure on the outside but gentle and sublime on the inside. Here you'll understand how crucial it is for the sauce to penetrate through its base and form a homogeneous intermolecular bond with every element of it's base. And here you'll understand why we are the 'street food capital of India'....

  • This is the quintessential night food street. A conservative assessment will peg the number of food stalls at 200 -- all of them serving vegetarians dishes, and all of them working non-stop to serve a clientele that is primarily female! The food street is delightfully clean -- a case of littering is a rarity -- and a lot of stall owners take care to cover their hands and heads while cooking. The variety on offer is exhausting and the price tag is reasonable.

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