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There isn't anything that a pastry can't fix. It can change a terrible state of mind, add energy to an exhausting day, make a decent day shockingly better, and a separation considerably more passable. Aren't we fortunate then that Delhi's pastry scene is developing quick and consistent! Here's a rundown of 10 spots where I figure you can get the best treats in the capital.

10. Bhane Café

At the point when a dress name dispatches frozen yoghurts (!), you can't resist the urge to be fascinated. Bhane, a contemporary brand with a fashionable person assortment, has opened up a restaurant where they serve planner frozen yoghurt to coordinate with the season's range. This late spring, their flavours are new and unique, for Rs. 100 for every two scoops!
Where: 135/136, Meharchand Market, Lodhi Colony
Cost for two: Rs 200

9. Sugarama Patisserie

Sugarama's Rama Chadha required an upheaval in Delhi's treat scene, so he chose to achieve it himself. He did a course in patisserie at the Cordon Bleu in Sydney and returned to begin a pastry shop that currently serves debauched cakes, vivid macaroons and the most fragile chocolates.
Where: 87, Shahpur Jat
Cost for two: Rs 500

8. Pandey's Paan

I'm supportive of desi sweets that are not mithai, and paan (a betel leaf planning) is a great choice. Pandey's come in a wide range of flavours going from piña colada, raspberry and cranberry to brownie pecan and mint chocolate. Indeed they are acceptable to such an extent that Barack Obama ensured he got his fix from Pandey's point he visited.
Where: Shop No-3, North Avenue, South Block
Cost for two: Rs 100

7. Frugurpop

Frugurpop is an organic product + yoghurt + popsicles. Also, there are no common popsicles, yet connoisseur ice-confections made from a quirkily planned food truck. The popsicles are ordinary without any additives and exceptional flavours, such as green apple mint tea, kiwi strawberry lemonade, and apple cinnamon rosemary!
Where: Sushant Lok 3, Sector 57, Gurgaon
Cost for two: Rs 200

6. The Big Chill Cakery

While we as a whole love the mains at The Big Chill, there have been many, ordinarily when all we needed was a cut of their Baked Oreo Cheesecake without holding up at the table. For simply that is The Big Chill Cakery. With a beautiful blue and pink stylistic theme that looks like a tiny French pastry kitchen, they serve sweet and exquisite heated treats alongside thick shakes and frozen yoghurts. They are constantly packed and sell out sure treats a couple of hours after they come in.
Where: Main Market, Khan Market and Lower Ground Floor, DLF Mall Of India, Sector 18, Noida
Cost for two: Rs 500

5. Kamala Sweets

Kamala is an old sweet shop that stands smack in the centre of the Bengali centre of CR Park. It has been a top choice for quite a long time with the individuals who like their desserts additional sweet and are left salivating to discuss traditional Bengali pastries. On offer delight, for example, orange Sandesh, cream toast, Kacha Golla and maalpooa.
Where: K 1-101, CR Park
Cost for two: Rs 250

4. Kemal Mohan Lal Kulfi Wale

No excursion of Old Delhi can be finished without a visit to Kuremal Kulfi Wale. Wrapped up among the old Havelis of Kucha Pati Ram? a brief stroll from Chawri Bazaar Metro Station? The Kuremals have been making the most mouth-watering kulfis since 1908. Today, they sell more than 50 flavours, with each piece costing anyplace between Rs 40 to 80.
Where: 526, Kucha Pati Ram, Bazar Sita Ram, Near Chawri Bazar Metro Station, Chawri Bazar
Cost for two: Rs 300

3. Azoté

Azoté implies nitrogen, and nitro-frozen yoghurt is what you get at this faintly lit little shop in SDA. Also, you will get to watch them make your request! They use blenders that give out fluid nitrogen, which is freezing and helps freeze the frozen yoghurt. While they do it, thick white smoke comes out and spreads across the room—the outcome? Delicious frozen yoghurt in flavours like red velvet, with the perfect consistency. Azoté additionally has cakes, treats and other heated treats.
Where: C-11, Ground Floor, Community Center, SDA
Cost for two: Rs 500

2. The Nutty Bunch

If flawlessness is the thing that you look for in your heated treats, head to The Nutty Bunch. New fixings, exceptional plans and a neo-current retro styled home bread kitchen will place you in the temperament to give all that is a shot on the menu. In case you're stumped after what to attempt first? The Peanut Butter Cups, the Ferrero Cheesecake or the numerous different treats? Feel free to ask the sweet woman behind the counter.
Where: 481 Mandakini Enclave, Alaknanda
Cost for two: Rs 300

1. Naturals Ice-Cream

Naturals frozen yoghurt needs no presentation and has set up a few outlets all over India since 1984 when they began. They make distinctive frozen yoghurt out of organic products, dry natural products, chocolates, milk and sugar, and no additives. They opened their first store in Delhi in October 2014 and sold hotcakes from that point forward.
Where: L-8, Outer Circle, Connaught Place; Ground Floor, JMD Kohinoor Mall, Masjid Moth; and J-2/10, BK Dutt Market, Rajouri Garden
Cost for two: Rs 150