Special treat this Diwali

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Special treat this Diwali

Diwali, one of the most popular Indian festivals is all about revelry, going on frenzied shopping sprees, gorging on traditional delicacies and spreading the good cheer by exchanging gifts, especially sweets. 

This year embrace the festivities with a special dessert called the flaming gulab jamun at Barrels. Rrala’s Habibi has concocted special Arabian and Lebanese assortments to tickle Indian palates this Diwali. Take your pick from the an assortment of Baklava, the classic sweet from the Middle East and Mohalabiya, a very delicious Lebanese pudding made of milk, sugar and rose water.  

Truly a royal dessert, as its name suggests, Shahi Tukda is a rich bread pudding with dry fruits, flavoured with cardamom, available at Smoked Biryani House and The Ancient Barbeque (TAB).

Chocolate Fondue is also one of the most sought after sweet during this festival. Bittersweet chocolate and a hint of brandy makes this the ultimate chocolate fondue. Strawberries and pound cake are classic accompaniments, but one can also experiment with ingredients like pretzels and papaya available at Jaypee Vasant Continental.

Sweet lovers can also choose from the delectable assortment of special cakes, chocolates, brownies, cookies, muffins, teacakes, desserts, cupcakes, tarts and much more by Raro Bakery. Royal China too is celebrating Diwali with a variety of desserts like chilled mango pudding, creme brulee, caramel custard, apple or banana in toffee syrup, deep fried milk and coconut pancake, chocolate mousse and special Kam Gua Lou-Pumpkin Custard served with Ice Cream.

So, go grab your favourite dessert this Diwali!

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