Brahmaputra Market, populary known as BP Market, is a small shopping complex in Sector 29 Noida. Lined with an array of small shops its your go to place for shopping clothes, accessories, books and food items. However, it is most famous for being a paradise for foodies, especially the street food connoisseur.
Brahmaputra Market – A Heaven for Street Food Lovers
The Brahmaputra market comes to life every evening when scores of vendors set up their stalls in front of the shops to serve up excellent street food from flavourful tikkas, kathi rolls, chaats, chuskis, kulfis and momos to fantastic chicken biryanis and scrumptious shawarma.
Surrounded by residential societies and several schools including DPS Noida Brahmaputra market is a popular hangout of youngsters and families too. Always buzzing with people Brahmaputra Market is your quintessential Street Food Hotspot in Noida offering delectable pocket-friendly street grub.
Brahmaputra Market for Your Daily Needs
Brahmaputra shopping complex houses grocery, crockery, home utility, cosmetic and gift stores for all your household needs. You can shop here for birthday party decorations, stationery for school and it has pharmacies too. You’ll find here salons, drycleaners, investment advisors and ATMs. There’s even a handicrafts govt emporium on the first floor called Mrignaynee. There are several cloth shops here. You can get your clothes stitched, altered and repaired from the tailor shops in the lanes. Also, get your dupatta dyed in the back lanes. Several electrical shops are also housed in this shopping complex. There are makeshift stalls selling books, magazines, clothes, accessories and other knick-knacks. With the list of offerings this varied, BP market has got you covered for almost everything.
Popular Eateries in Brahmaputra Market
Brahmaputra market is home to a very popular South Indian Restaurant – Lakshmi Coffee House for your idli-dosa fix and JSB Ever Green Sweet Shop offering traditional sweets and Indian and Chinese fast food. Baker’s Street, a popular bakery in the area for breads, cakes and pastries is also located here.
Brahmaputra market is certainly your go to market in Noida for all your street food cravings and shopping for daily needs. In fact, this vibrant buzzing market looks a bit like Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk albeit smaller and less crowded.
Do you shop or eat here at Brahmaputra Market? What do you like most about it? Do share your experience in the comments section below.