Munch On Delicious Mithai & Snacks From These Best Sweet Stores In Chennai For Diwali

Ask anyone what plans they have for Diwali - of course, there’s meeting friends and family, lighting lots of lamps, but there’s one thing that comes first. NOM NOM NOM, catch our drift? Sweets! Yes. Can any festival or celebrations be complete without some sweets? We don't think so. Here are some of the best sweet shops in Chennai to check out this Diwali. Go! Treat yourself and your loved ones to some sugary delights. 

Grand Sweets & Snacks

In addition to yum ladoo and milk pedas, relish several other sweets that are a part of the assorted sweet box this Diwali. Their assorted box will have laddoo, Mysore pak, badusha, sonpapdi, double-decker kesar peda, milk barfi, and chocolate cake. Want healthier options? You can munch on assorted dry fruits too. But, what’s Diwali without some sugar?  


Sweet Shops

The Grand Sweets & Snacks

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24, 2nd Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai

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Ajnabi Mithai Ghar

Known for their amazing Gujju sweets, Ajnabi is flooded with orders during Diwali. This year, you can get kaaju katli, soan papdi, mohanthal, gorpapdi, and shrikhand which are Diwali specials. If you’re in the mood for savouries, spice it up with aloo tikki, khandvi, bread pakoda, and vada pav. Whether you pick the sweets or savouries, you can’t go wrong with these mouth-watering delights. 


Sweet Shops

Ajab's Ajnabi Mithai Ghar

4.1

63, Elephant Gate Street, Sowcarpet, Chennai

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Sri Krishna Sweets

This Diwali, pick from assorted tin boxes with more than 20 variety of sweets from Sri Krishna Sweets. The festive special tin box has soan papdi, Bombay halwa, adhirasam, kai murukku, badusha, Mysore pak, and ladoo. Another tin box has 20 varieties of sweets including soan papdi, dry fruit halwa, kesar peda, motichoor ladoo, and kaju katli. 


Sweet Shops

Sri Krishna Sweets

4.2

53/20, Venkatanarayana Road, Thyagaraya Nagar, Chennai

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KC Das

Who says one can’t find delicious Bengali sweets in Chennai? Gorge on sweets like rosogolla, sandesh, pantua, and Sita bhog on this Diwali with KC Das. There are assorted boxes with more than seven varieties of sweets like Bombay halwa, kaju katli, choco barfi, Mysore barfi, dry fruit halwa, kesar barfi, and mixed dry fruits too. 


Sweet Shops

K C Das

3.9

20, 1st Avenue, Shasthri Nagar, Adyar, Chennai

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Suswaad

Sure, their oilless kai murukku and soft adhirasams are unforgettable, but Suswaad is bringing us an assorted box with ladoo, Mysore pak, badusha, kaju katli, goduma halwa, chocolate cake and maaladu. Don’t forget to pick up some ompudi and chips to complete the munching session for a perfect Diwali. 


Sweet Shops

Suswaad Sweets & Savouries

3/2, Venkatraman Street, Thyagaraya Nagar, Chennai

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Shree Mithai

This sweet shop, which usually has college and office goers hovering around, has a bunch of amazing sweets for us this Diwali. Choose from fig bar, cranberry roll, blueberry roll, and cashew bites. Their assorted box has Mysore pak, laddoos, dry fruits, white barfi, chocolate barfi, and Bombay halwa. They have other boxes as well with just laddus or barfis!


Fast Food Restaurants

Shree Mithai

4.4

Jawahar Plaza, Ground Floor, 18, Opp. Isphani Centre, Nungambakkam, Chennai

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Adyar Ananda Bhavan

Badusha, adhirasam, kesar peda, motichoor laddu, Mysore pak, kaju katli, milk peda - all these delicious treats are ready for you to take home to A2B. The assorted boxes come in different quantities starting from 250 grams. There are lots of savouries like murukku, thattai, potato chips, and ompudi as well.