8 Hot Moong Dal Halwas Made With Pure Desi Ghee To Try In Delhi!

 Moong Dal Halwa is made from ground and sweetened mung beans cooked in pure desi ghee. It is very soft and originally hails from nearby Rajasthan. It is a very popular dessert in Delhi which is made especially in winter. So, as winters are approaching we thought of listing down some famous sweet shops which make the gooiest Moong Dal Halwa in Delhi.  

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1. Giani’s

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One of the famous dessert shop when it comes to Hot Chocolate Fudge and other ice creams. They also make the most delicious and ghee dripping Moong Dal Halwa which one should definitely try in the coming winter season. 

Head to E-574, Main Road, Near ICICI Bank, Greater Kailash (GK) 2 & others

Say hello at 011 46508466, 011 46508455

Pay INR 300 for two people (approx)

Explore Giani’s

2. Nathu’s Sweets

Nathu’s Sweets is also a very old and famous sweet shop. They have a lot of outlets all over the city and is considered as one of the most famous shops for all types of Indian desserts. One should try their Moong Dal Halwa which is prepared in pure desi ghee.  

Head to 23-25, Bengali Market, Mandi House, New Delhi

Say hello at 011 23717313, 011 23719784

Pay INR 60 per plate (approx)

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3. Anupama Sweet

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Anupama Sweet shop is very popular in South Delhi. Their Chole Bhature and other chaats are so delicious. But for the upcoming winter season, we would recommend their Moong Dal Halwa which has just the right amount of sugar and is perfect in taste. 

Head to HS- 13, Kailash Colony Market, Kailash Colony, New Delhi

Say hello at 011 29243311, 011 29233292

Pay INR 75 per plate (approx)

Explore Anupama Sweet

4. Haldiram’s

An old and famous joint which now has oulets all over the city. This place is really famous for its street food as well the North Indian, South Indian and Chinese delicacies they offer. Rich in taste and always crowded. One should try their Moong Dal Halwa which is only prepared in winters and its delicious. 

Head to L-6, Outer Circle, Connaught Place & others

Say hello at 011 47685300, 011 47685301

Pay INR 56 per plate (approx)

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5. Odeon Sweets

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Odeon Sweets in Gole Market is yet another very popular and old sweet shop. They are very famous for their Indian sweets prepared in pure desi ghee. One should definitely try their Moong Dal Halwa this winter season. 

Head to 22, Bhagat Singh Market, Gole Market, New Delhi

Say hello at 011 64656470

Pay INR 600 per kg (approx)

Explore Odeon Sweets

6. Bikanerwala

Bikanervala is yet another place which is very famous for its Indian cuisine. From Gol Gappa, Dahi BhallaChole Bathure we love it all. They also make really delicious Indian desserts like Moong Dal Halwa which is perfect in taste. 

Head to Plot 3-5, Near Leisure Valley Park, Sector 29, Gurgaon & others

Say hello at 0124 4337777

Pay INR 54 per plate (approx)

Explore Bikanerwala

7. Kaleva

This place is always crowded which clearly shows how popular this sweet shop is. Kaleva Sweets located in Gole Market has been around for ages and is much loved for its snacks and sweets.  When here in winter do try their Moong Dal Halwa which is undoubtedly the best. 

Head to 109, Bangla Saheb Marg, Gole Market & others

Say hello at 011 23365125, 011 28844002

Pay INR 350 for two people (approx)

8. Gulati Restaurant

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Situated at Pandara Road, this is one of the most famous family restaurant of all times.  Among other things, the Moong Dal Halwa is a must try at Gulati’s. Post dinner one will definitely love their Moong Dal Halwa during the winter season. 

Head to 6, Pandara Road Market, New Delhi

Say hello at 011 2338 8836

Pay INR 220 per plate (approx)

Explore Gulati Restaurant

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