Its Gajar Ka Halwa Season, And Here Is Where You Can Have The Best Of Them

Winters are here, and so is Gajar ka Halwa! It is a known fact all over Delhi that winters are incomplete without a bowl full of steaming hot Gajar ka Hala ( or Gajrela as many say) topped with khoya and dry fruits.

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Here is a list of the best sweet shops in Delhi, where you can go to eat the best Gajar ka Halwas in the city!


Located on Bangla Saheb Road, Kaleva is popular for its “Shuddh Desi Ghee ka Gajar Halwa”. This place is known for preparing sweets since generation in the traditional method. Their Gajar Halwa is beyond description. It is sold by the kilo, and is perfectly sweet and garnished with Khoya and Kaju.

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Shiv Mishthan Bhandar

Shiv Mishthan Bhandar is one of the most renowned sweet shops in Chandni Chowk. The place serves the best Halwa and Samosa in the locality. The Gajar Halwa is served throughout the day. The Halwa is slow-cooked in Desi Ghee for more than 8 hours and this is what is responsible for its mindblowing flavor.

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Kamala Sweet Shop

One of CR Park’s most famous sweet shops The Kamala Sweet Shop specialises in traditional Bengali Sweets, such as Sandesh, Rasgulla, Labang Latika, Chum Chum and Chandrapuli, along with Mishti Doi. During winters they serve Gajar Ka Halwa which is equally delicious and topped with Khoya and dry fruits.

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Kanwarji’s is for its Halwa, Samosa, Kachori, and Namkeen. It is said that the Halwa is made using the family-preserved recipe, only in Desi Ghee and is flavored with Cardamom and dry-fruits. Apart from the delicious halwa, they are also known for their Bikaneri Mixture, Kashmiri Mixture, and Aloo Samosa.

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Shyam Sweets

Speaking of Halwas, Old Delhi’s most popular breakfast place sells delicious Gajar Halwa, Moong Dal Halwa, and Nagori Halwa. The Gajar Halwa is said to be simply amazing. It is made in Desi Ghee on low heat and is a result of continuous hours of preparation.

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So this winter give in to your cravings and indulge in some of the city’s tastiest, and sweetest Gajar Ka Halwa before the season ends!

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