International Desserts in Delhi

These Desserts Should be at Top in Your Dessert Cravings List

  1. Dorayaki- A Japanese Dessert

Dorayaki, most famous Japanese confection. It is a pancake filled with sweet red bean paste. Dorayaki is also known as Dora Cakes, as you see in most famous Doraemon cartoon serial.

Where

Kofuku, Khel Gaon Road, New Delhi

Cost

INR 320
  1. Tempura Ice Cream- Deep Fried Ice Cream

Yes! you heard it correct. Tempura is a kind of fried ice cream, that is crunchy hot outside and cold from inside. Tempura is a Japanese ice cream, which is coated with bread and fried.

Where

Doodle’s Garden, Punjabi Bagh

Cost

INR 249
  1. Stuffed Kulfi- Stfffed Real Fruit Kulfi

Try kulfi at kureremal kulfi wale in old Delhi which is stuffed with real fruits. These kulfis is loaded with amazing texture and surprising real fruit pieces. Available in different fruits flavors such as mango, pomegranate, paan, jamun, etc.

Where

Kuremal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wale. Chawri Bazaar, Delhi

Cost

INR 200 for two person
  1. Jalebi- Apple Cinnamon Jalebi with Coconut Rabri

I will bet that you never try this special jalebi before. The batter of jalebi is covered with apple wafer and fried, then sprinkled with cinnamon powder to give ultimate taste. Hot jalebi is served with delighted coconut rabri which tastes like heaven.

Where

Cafe Lota, Pragati Maidan, Delhi

Cost

INR 245
  1. Hot Chocolate Fudge

Hot chocolate fudge is a most liked summer dessert for Delhites. Hot chocolate fudge is loaded with lots of fruits and nuts and dipped in chocolate serum which tastes no like no other desserts.

Where

Nirula’s, Delhi

Cost

INR 180+
  1. Macarons- Italian Dessert

A macaron is a sweet meringue-based confection made with egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond meal, and food colouring. This dessert is first made by italian The Italian chef of queen Catherine De Medici. Available in varieties of flavours such as red velvet, nutella, coconut, butter caramel, coffee, rose petal, etc.

Where

Theobroma, Sugarama, Bread & More, Wengers and many more

Cost

INR 50++
  1. Tiramisu- Cheesy Italian Dessert

Tiramisu is a coffee-flavoured Italian dessert. It is made of ladyfingers dipped in coffee, layered with a whipped mixture of eggs, sugar and mascarpone cheese, flavoured with cocoa. 

Where

Big Chill Cafe, Olive Bar & Kitchen, Amici, Diva Restaurant

Cost

INR 300+
  1. Mille Feuille- French Pastry

The mille-feuille, vanilla slice or custard slice, similar to but slightly different from the Napoleon, is a French pastry whose exact origin is unknown. Its modern form was influenced by improvements made by Marie-Antoine Carême.

Where

Artful Baker & oberoi patisserie and delicatessen

Cost

INR 300+
  1. Mango Gol Gappa

Everyone in India is a lover of Gol Gappa and I am sure that this avatar of Gol Gappa will make you drool. This is filled with creme and topped with mango and basil .

Where

Cafe Lota

Cost

INR 235+
  1. Ice Cream Swirl- Ice Cream Which Having Round Eyes

Ice cream swirl is a must thing to try in Delhi that is served in very unique way. The Ice cream swirl is a soft serve cone filled with chocolate, having customized eyes, churros, and topped with different flavours.

Where

Cremeborne, CP, Delhi

Cost

INR 169

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