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Celebrate A Sweet Diwali With Mishthanpur Noida

Kuch meetha ho jaye’……When it comes to celebrating the occasion of Diwali, sweets are just inevitable. Infact, it’s hard to imagine celebrating Diwali without them.  Mishthanpur, a new restaurant at Hazipur, Sector 104, Noida, specializes in sweets, made in pure desi ghee, gluttony to indulge in this festive season. Alongside, the family oriented restaurant serves the finest of vegetarian North-Indian, South-Indian, Chinese and Continental cuisine and a variety of chaats and snacks.

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With an interestingly new concept of presenting the sweets made of cashew (kaju) , namkeens, and savoury appetisers to delectable curries, they cook & serve a selection of delights catering to every craving. We tried their paneer chole bathure, a concoction of spicy and creamy chole (chickpeas) along with puffy hot bhature , accompanied by some tangy pickled carrots or radish and onion , the perfect indulgence when the festive season comes knocking. The bhature were soft and even crispy, with no oil dripping out. The chole was a mix of delectable flavour1

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If you are looking to have authentic amritsari chole kulche in Noida than this is the place . A good kulcha is crisp outside while the stuffing inside is soft, moist and flavour-packed, this was all that and more. We washed it down with a glass ofdeliciously cold lassi.

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For variety we also ordered the south Indian platter, comprising of masala dosa, idli, vada and uttapam, along with sambhar and chutney which was filling and tasty.

Street food is the essence of Indian and when it’s as yummy and tangy as the super delicious rajkachori chaat,  well , you just have to eat. It was yummy , with a crispy and crunchy layer of papdi. Not to miss the chats, we tried the aloo tikki which full of flavours sweet, tangy, hot and spicy.

While the food was delicious, the Indian sweets or mithai from Mishthanpur, stole the show. Desserts give a befitting end to any meal and the delicious sweets made in pure desi ghee were the show stoppers. We gorged on some amazing jodhpuri laddoos , soft kesar kalakand, delicious kaju honey dry fruit and more. If you want some this Diwali, just go there and indulge right away.

Great quality, delicious sweets , they use just the right amount of ghee and sugar; a box of sweets from Mishthanpur should be high on your list this Diwali.

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Recommended sweets: jodhpuri laddoo, kaju kalash, mango dry fruit, besan barfi, choorma laddoo, dry fruit laddoo, gol patisa, milkcake, kesar motichoor laddoo, kaju honey dry fruit, kaju katori , kesar kalakand.

Diwali alert

Special occasions demand special gifts. On the occasion of Diwali, Mishthanpur has come up with special Diwali hampers with fancy royal packaging, which includes a variety of mithais, savouries  and lip smacking juices. These hampers are available with a starting price of rs. 350

One can also order online through zomato

Address : Sector 104, Noida

Timings : 8:30 a.m. to 11:00  p.m.

Contact number : +91 8800995308, +91 9873209232 

Average cost per person is rs. 200

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