-By Anil Mulchandani
This no frills restaurant and mithai shop enjoys a long standing reputation in the hosiery and textile markets. It is also convenient for those who come in on a morning train and want to drop in for breakfast Azad's speciality lies in its preparation of Dal Pakwan, a Sindhi favourite, which is available from 8.30am till stocks last (rarely after noon). They also serve a range of North Indian food like Palak Paneer, Chana Masala, Aloo Matar, dals and kadhis, which are all good. They are also known for their pakodas. The mithais here are very good with the house speciality being their Majnoun, a rich Sindhi Halwa, made from dry fruits and nuts. If you order ahead, they also do delicacies like Bheay (curried lotus stem) and Phool Batash (flower pods curry).
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Azad is one of the oldest restaurants cum sweet shops of the city. A simple and plain décor just like some other ordinary sweet shop, this place serves great food. It is a perfect place to have some food like dal pakwan, palak paneer, chana masala, aloo matar and rich Sindhi Halwa. The halwa served here is quite heavy and full of dry fruits and nuts. I like the food of the place. Staffs don’t delay in serving the food or taking the order.
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