Once the Crawford Market was located between the British fort and the local town, built in 1869. It is more a throwback to a Victorian market than modern day India. The friezes on the exterior walls and the stone fountains in the interior are designed by Lockyard Kipling, father to Rudyard Kipling. Gobs of fresh fruit and vegetables are sold here including ‘smuggled’ chocolate and cheese.
Address: Carnac Road, Mumbai
More Info: Junction of Dadabhoy Naoroji Road and Carnac Road