The Lil Flea Market….

Some Quirky & Amazing things at Lil Flea Market- Pheonix Courtyard, Lower Parel

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The Lil Flea Market for this month took place at Pheonix Courtyard, Lower Parel.

flea3The Lil Flea Market for this month took place at Pheonix Courtyard, Lower Parel.



Paapaya have really interesting and quirky illustration of all goddess on different stationery like Bookmarks, Postcards, Calenders, posters etc. Got the really awesome postcards for myself. 🙂

jiwa roll JIWA Atta– they had a really different concept of healthy “atta” – Flour, its all about enjoying the goodness in a roti. So to promote their brand. they had their stall selling roll by using their attas with mushroom or paneer stuffing. Well we tried the Paneer stuffing with “Slimming Atta”. They have their own store in Bandra West, along with shelf in Foodhall & Nature’s basket.



Pratik Kuckreja– Patisserie Chef had put up his stall as; “Fat is Flavour” So he had a unique concept of mud pot chocolate “soil”. He had different flavour like caramel, coffee, dark chocolate etc with a really different mud texture and mind blowing taste. <Recommended>


Card Affairs had really colourful cards with creative illustration.


The Souled Store had good collections of colourful stickers, notebooks, posters, coasters etc. I found this stall to be really reasonable.


Secret Keepers had good collection of bags of all variants and sizes with quirky floral patterns. Must check out. Shreya: +91 9930171737, [email protected]

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Printed Noise were creating amazing chaos with colourful mustache pattern on mugs, diaries, bags etc, along with other designs too.

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Mumbai Ki Chori

Mumbai Ki Chori

Purvi is passionate about travel and a fitness enthusiast. She is Industries' leading Graphics Artist, begin exploring world many years back and stated her blog to share all her travel and lifestyle experience.

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