1463, HC Sen Road , Near Red Fort
(+91) 11 23962050, (+91) 11 23862109
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  • 300/- (for 2 people)
  • Critic's Rating 3.5
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Suggested Dishes: Kheer Kadam , Mishti Doi , Ras Malai , Rasgulla Suggest a dish
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Annapurna Bhandar
in Chandni Chowk, Delhi/NCR
1463, HC Sen Road
Delhi/NCR
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Marryam H Reshii
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Added 6 months ago

This is perhaps the oldest Bengali sweet shop in the city. Also being the only Bengali sweet shop in Chandni Chowk, Annapurna does a brisk business and is visited by Bengalis and alike from the all over the city who have been getting their sweet fix for more than half a century now. Annapurna Bhandar is known for its quality Bengali mishti and Mishti Doi. The Rasogullas are the bestsellers here. Also worth savouring is the unique mithai, Kheer Kodom, besides Rasmadhuri and Kachagola. But the all-time favourite here is the Sandesh. The mishti’s here are not as sugary sweet as a typical Indian mithai is. The Indian Samosa (called Singhara) is one of the few savouries to be sold here. There are several shops by similar-sounding names owned by different branches of the same family.

Critic's Review
Marryam H Reshii
  • Food
  • 70% Complete (success)
  • Service
  • 0% Complete (success)
  • Decor
  • 30% Complete (success)

Added 6 months ago

This is perhaps the oldest Bengali sweet shop in the city. Also being the only Bengali sweet shop in Chandni Chowk, Annapurna does a brisk business and is visited by Bengalis and alike from the all over the city who have been getting their sweet fix for more than half a century now. Annapurna Bhandar is known for its quality Bengali mishti and Mishti Doi. The Rasogullas are the bestsellers here. Also worth savouring is the unique mithai, Kheer Kodom, besides Rasmadhuri and Kachagola. But the all-time favourite here is the Sandesh. The mishti’s here are not as sugary sweet as a typical Indian mithai is. The Indian Samosa (called Singhara) is one of the few savouries to be sold here. There are several shops by similar-sounding names owned by different branches of the same family.

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