Best shops for Indian sweets in KL

Munch your way through trays of sweet and colourful mithai
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Indian sweets, or mithai, are known for their variety and colours as well as their generous use of spice, milk and sugar. Here are the best places to get your fix of laddu, barfi, halwa, gulab jamun and more.

Dalbir Sweets Corner
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Restaurants, Indian

Dalbir Sweets Corner

icon-location-pin Klang

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

Moghul Mahal
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Restaurants, Indian

Moghul Mahal

icon-location-pin Brickfields

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

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Jai Hind
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Restaurants, Indian

Jai Hind

icon-location-pin Masjid Jamek

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

Sangeetha
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Restaurants, Indian

Sangeetha Vegetarian Restaurant

icon-location-pin Masjid Jamek

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

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Restaurant Exotic Curry House
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Restaurants, Indian

Restaurant Exotic Curry House

icon-location-pin Klang

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

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