5 Must Visit Bengali Sweet Shops In Delhi This Durga Puja!

Festival’s and Sweet’s- a love affair hard to ignore! The Durga Puja festivity gets us all stuffed with sweets, and a lot of them. This is, probably, the only time when we let our strict diet take a swing and eat sweets with no guilt what-so-ever.

So, we have made things easier for you by compiling a list of Bengali sweet shop to head to this Durga Puja:

Kaleva (Bangla Sahib Marg)

Sweet’s and Kaleva go very well together. A prominent sweet shop situated in Bangla Sahib Marg- Kaleva is the one stop destination for all your sweets craving. Their juicy Rashagullas are a must try.

Bangla Sweet House (Gole Market)

From their sweets to their Chaat, the offerings of Bangla Sweets are relished from people all over Delhi. They serve a large variety of confectionaries and savoury snacks at a very reasonable rate.

Aristrocat Sweet Shop (Chittaranjan Park)

Situated in the Bengali neighbourhood, Aristrocat Sweet Shop carries a great stock of Bengali sweets. You can get super delicious Payesh, Nolen Gur Sandesh, Rasmalai, Karai Milk, and more. The sweet shop also specializes in Bengali ‘Chutneys’.

Annapurna Sweets (Aurobindo Marg, Chittaranjan Park)

The par excellence Mishti Doi, Kheer Kodom, Cham-cham, Roshokodom will leave you spellbound. Annapurna Sweets dates back to 1922, with its first shop in Chandni Chowk. Among snacks, Samosas are the best-sellers. Also check-out the Chena Mithais like Rajbhog, Rasmalai and Shahi Toast.

Rasoraj (Chittaranjan Park)

You can definitely count on Rasoraj for a taste of genuine Bengali sweets. They are well known for their Gur Rosogulla, Cham Cham, Kheer Kodam, Rajbhog. Paneer Ki Jalebi is a must try!

 

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