Get Gujiya, Malpua & All The Holi Special Sweets At These Shops

Sweets are probably the best thing that has ever happened to mankind (exaggeration? not really) and you don't need any excuse to gorge on them. But well, Holi is still a pretty good reason to head to your favourite sweet shops to load up on gujiya, malpua, samosa, thandai and more!

And if, like us, you like going all out on mithai, here's a list of the 10 best Indian sweets shops in Delhi-NCR that'll make your Holi celebrations extra sweet, and colourful, of course. 

Bansal Sweets

There are few mithais out there that are better than laddoos because they make life come full circle (and also our bodies, but we'll ignore that in the name of self-love). If you want some amazing ones, just go to Bansal Sweets. Trust us. We hear great things about their Rasmalai too! 

Recommended For: Besan laddoo, motichoor laddoo

Sweet Shops

Bansal Sweets

Shop 6, JD Market, Pitampura, New Delhi

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Haldiram's

It just goes without saying. From their savoury snacks to their huge variety of sweets, if there's one place that's doing right by Indian sweets, it's Haldiram's. Closer to Holi, Haldiram's even stocks the most refreshing (erm, virgin) Thandai. And what's Holi in Delhi without some thandai and gujiya? 

Recommended For: Kaju katli, gujiya, milk-cake, thandai

Fast Food Restaurants

Haldiram's

L-6, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

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Annapurna Sweets

This old Delhi gem has had a special place in our hearts, for as long as we can remember. With sister concerns in CR Park and Green Park, this sweet shop is the place to eat the best Bengali sweets you'll ever eat. And, while you're there, try their samosas too, so so good. Well, if you get a sugar rush with all the gujiya-eating during Holi, Annapurna's samosas are exactly what you need. 

Recommended For: Dilbahar, cham-cham, sandesh, samosa

Sweet Shops

New Annapurna Sweets

Rakeshdeep Building, G-12, Balbir Saxena Marg, Yusuf Sarai, New Delhi

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Evergreen Sweet House

Evergreen is one of the first names that comes to mind when we think of the most iconic sweet shops in Delhi. They've created a legacy for themselves by never failing to deliver great quality, delicious sweets. 

Just FYI, closer to Holi in Delhi, Evergreen also sells the lower-calorie, relatively saada gujiya. It's a great option if you want to eat gujiya but without all the sugar.

Recommended For: Rasmalai, kalakand, anjeer ki barfi, laddoos.

Sweet Shops

Evergreen Sweet House

S-29 & 30, Main Market, Green Park, New Delhi

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Chaina Ram Sindhi Confectioners

A 118-year old establishment, originally set up in Lahore, Chaina Ram is an Old Delhi institution whose consistency and balanced taste are to die for. They use just the right amount of ghee and sugar, and a box of sweets from Chaina Ram should be high on your list. Also, Holi and Chaina Ram's gujiyas are a winning combination. So, do not leave without getting at least a kilo (or two) of gujiyas packed. 

Recommended for: Kesar bhog, sev badam, gujiyas, and sohan halwa.

Sweet Shops

Chaina Ram Sindhi Confectioners

6499, Ground Floor, Near Axis Bank, Chandni Chowk, New Delhi

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Anupam Sweet

Anupam Sweet is our go-to spot for mithai in Faridabad. The freshness of their sweets is amazing and so are the samosas that they dish out. Anupam Sweet also has special gift boxes for every occasion (a Holi gift box for your own family, maybe?), so don't forget to check those out.

Recommended for: Kesar Sandesh, chaina pie, and ras madhuri.

Sweet Shops

Anupam Sweet

SCF 74, Sector 15 Market, Sector 15, Faridabad

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Mithaas

This is one of our favourite sweet shops in Noida and they live up to their 'sweet' name with expertly crafted sweets. The best part? Mithaas has seating available at its shop, so you can dig into the tasty grub right there and not wait to get home.

Recommended for: Rasmalai, kaju barfi, and soan papdi.

Kaleva

Making sweets for the past 500 years. Check. 1000 varieties of sweets and namkeen. Check. Patronage from Indians the world over. Check. Do we need to say more? Just head to Kaleva already and thank us later. Be it Diwali, Holi, your birthday or just a really long, hard day at work, Kaleva's mithai will turn it into one sweet celebration. 

Recommended for: Kaju-badam sweets, gujiya, and Kaleva special laddoo.

Sweet Shops

Kaleva

109, Bangla Sahib Road, Gole Market, New Delhi

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Shyam Sweets

Shyam Sweets in Chawri Bazar is another Old Delhi gem that's over a 100 years old and dishes out fresh sweets and savoury snacks day in and day out. They also have sugar-free options on their shelves for the diet-conscious, though mithai and diet isn't a winning combination. Right?

Recommended for: Badam pinni, nagori halwa, and Jodhpuri laddoo.

Sweet Shops

Shyam Sweets

112, Chawri Bazar Road, Barshahbulla, New Delhi

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Om Sweets & Snacks

A product of Gurgaon and synonymous with dhodha, Om Sweets & Snacks has around 10 outlets in Gurgaon and each one of them maintains the same quality of taste as the original. And heads up, they have an app now that makes sweet shopping real easy and 'sweet'. So if you're too busy prepping (read: having a blast) for the Holi celebrations at home, this store can make sweet-shopping super easy.

Recommended for: Dhoda special, khoya roll, gujiya, malpua, and angoori petha.

Fast Food Restaurants

Om Sweets & Snacks

Shopping Complex, 84 & 85, Sector 14, Gurgaon

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