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New Delhi Mithaiwala

Established 1998

Ram Naresh Sankla
Ram Nagar, Musheerabad
New Delhi Mithaiwala was started by 2 Brothers in 1998 at a small loaction in Ram Nagar. Running successfully for more than 2 decades from that location during which time they have a new branch at Musheerabad.

Ajmeri Kalakhand

₹ 250.00 (500 gm.)

Ajmeri Kalakhand is a classic. Also popularly known as milk cake, its main ingredients include milk, sugar, ghee, and cardamom powder.

Motichoor Laddu

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

Commonly offered as prasad, Motichoor Ladoo is a favourite festive treat across India. Admit it, once you start having it, you cannot just hold back at one.

White Kalakhand

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

This is one of the most scrumptious sweet in North and East India where milky white kalakhand are hugely popular.

Rasmalai

₹ 210.00 (500 gm.)

Ras malai or rossomalai is a dessert originating from the Indian subcontinent.

Dry Fruit Laddu

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

A power packed laddoo, filled with raisins, almonds, cashews, the list goes on.

Besan Laddu

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

Besan ladoo (Besan ke Laddu) is an Indian dessert usually made during festive times

Gond Laddu

₹ 340.00 (500 gm.)

Delicious Ladoo from Gond is made specially during winters. Gond ke Ladoo gives heat and energy to the body.

Dal Moth

₹ 190.00 (500 gm.)

Dalmoth is a traditional namkeen, dry snack, It is one of popular snack in North India made from fried lentils, nuts, spices, and sev.

Khari Boondi

₹ 140.00 (500 gm.)

Boondi, a water droplet sized deep fried crispy indian snack prepared from gram flour and few spices.

Bombay Chiwda

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

Bombay mix is an Indian snack mix which consists of a variable mixture of spicy dried ingredients.

Mysore Pak(Oil)

₹ 190.00 (500 gm.)

Mysore Pak is a South Indian recipe made using gram flour (besan), sugar and ghee. This dessert recipe is South India’s most iconic sweet and gets its name from its city of origin – Mysore.

Milk Mysore Pak

₹ 250.00 (500 gm.)

Mysore Pak is a South Indian recipe made using gram flour (besan), sugar and ghee. This dessert recipe is South India’s most iconic sweet and gets its name from its city of origin – Mysore.

Soan Patti

₹ 190.00 (500 gm.)

A lip smacking Andhra sweet made of wheat flour, ghee and sugar.

Jalebi

₹ 120.00 (500 gm.)

Jalebi, also known as zulbia, is a sweet popular food in some parts of South Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and East Africa.

Pista Burfi

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

Pista Burfi is an amazingly tasty dessert recipe that you can prepare on festivals and auspicious occasions like Diwali.

Badam Burfi

₹ 560.00 (500 gm.)

Barfi, borfi or burfi is a dense milk based sweet confectionery from the Indian subcontinent, a type of mithai.

Rabadi

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

Rabri (Urdu: ربڑی‬, IAST: Rābaḍī; Hindi: रबड़ी, Rajasthani: रबड़ी, Odia: ରାବିଡି) is a sweet, condensed-milk-based dish, originating from the Indian subcontinent, made by boiling the milk on low heat for a long time until it becomes dense and changes its color to pinkish.

Anjeer Kalakhand

₹ 250.00 (500 gm.)

Anjeer Kalakand (fig milk-cake) is a popular festive sweet prepared with milk, sugar, and figs.

Soan Papidi

₹ 180.00 (500 gm.)

Soan papdi is a popular Indian dessert.

Ice Cream Burfi

₹ 230.00 (500 gm.)

The goodness of smooth and silky ice-cream in the form of a creamy Barfi comes together to give birth to this incredible Indian Mithai simply called “Ice-cream Barfi”.

Malai Sandwich

₹ 250.00 (500 gm.)

Malai Sandwich is a famous Bengali sweet-dish recipe made from milk, paneer and khoya.