Madam Dalbir has been in the business for nearly forty years, beginning with selling her confections in a stall off Little India, then finally moving to her own stall in a food court. Dalbir is also known for its oversized laddu studded with nuts and fruits that are used for prayers or sharing between families.
Try: Motichoor ladoo
Sup like royalty on Moghul Mahal’s selection of finely made mithai, all freshly made every two to three days by pastry chefs from Punjab.
Try: Kaju katli, barfi
The North Indian desserts at Jai Hind are a revelation – high quality ingredients, great technique, all handmade in-house at the lot next to the restaurant.
Try: Rasgulla, gulab jamun, barfi
Apart from serving up excellent vegetarian food, this Southern Indian restaurant also has a good selection of delicate Indian sweets. Try the pistachio-based ones.
Try: Badhusha, kaju flower
Tucked away in Lorong Tingkat behind Klang’s Little India, Restaurant Exotic Curry House boasts one of the most impressive mithai window displays in town, with a selection of interesting sweets such as kaju apple and kaju flower. The fudge-like mysore pak is a must-try.
Try: Kaju apple, mysore pak