Mishthanpur, a fairly new restaurant at Hazipur, Sector 104, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, 201304 is a treat for everyone, from sweet tooth-ers to spicy Indian chaat eaters. It specializes mainly in sweets, as per the name suggests, with a plate full of varieties. Alongside, it’s chaat delicacies are also a must-try. With it is first anniversary approaching next week, Misthanpur has declared a contest on its social media handles on this special occasion, lucky 5 winners will get the voucher worth Rs. 2000. The contest will run from 22nd to 28th September. With interestingly new concepts of presenting the sweets made of cashew (Kaju) and serving the old-style North Indian chaat items also with Chinese, Continental and South Indian, one has a variety to choose from. Their dry mango sweet, Raj kachori and Dal makhani is must-try tastes to savour your tongue. The ambience is light and nice, soothes the eyes and environment is quite lovely. With different head cooks for different departments, everything is made with precision and proper supervision under the owner. Other than this, I happen to have a word with both the owners. Sonal Bhagat quoted, "Mishthanpur is very close to my heart. It's not just a sweet shop, we have tried to put out a proper Indian chaat outlet for our customers via Mishthanpur." Sanyam Bhagat also shared views on his love for sweets which made him open this outlet and now expanding it into an ice cream parlour and bakery.
Satiate Your Chaat Craving At Mishthanpur
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Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids.