Synopsis: Barsabulla Chowk, Near Chawri Bazar and Nai Sarak Intersection  is a small outlet It is serving its customers from last 96 years. Late. Babu Ramji has started that outlet in 1920.  This shop covers Halwa, Indian Traditional Sweets, Kachoris, and Bedmi Puri, are only delicacies you will probably not find anywhere else in the walled city. The timings here are 8 AM to 9 PM. The Famous Matar Kachoris are priced at around Rs.35.

Ambience: It’s not appropriate to talk about Old Delhi eatery’s ambience, is quite dull, look like a legendary shop. There is a little shady ledge to stand on to get out of the sun and watch the market commotion and traffic jam of Chawri Bazar.

Shayam Sweet  is quite popular with not only its neighborhood, but also food lovers from its outskirts, who drive up to enjoy its special Pure vegetarian delicacy.

Timing: The eatery is remain open though dayout  from 8 am to 9 pm. Bedmi Puri Sabdji is available only till Noon.

About Shayam Sweet

Shyam Sweet was established in 1920 by Babu Ramji, the Great Grandfather of 49 year old Present owner Sanjay Agarwal. Sanjay Agarwal is fourth Generation owner of of Shyam Sweets.

In Early days it was known as Babuji Halwai and used to sell traditionally sweets such as Balushahi, Son Halwa, famous Nagori Halwa and Badam Louge.

IMG_20160404_152608_HDRAfter the Grandfather, Sanjay Agarwal , started helping his father at the age of 15. Finally after the death of his father, Sanjay has to take over his entire family business. He continued his family legacy and taste. Today His fourth Generation Bharat 27 year is helping his father.

Shaywam Sweet is quite popular among the walled city for its Halwa especially Nagori and Matar Kachori. Shyam Sweets have keen interest in maintaining the quality without compromising the real taste.

Product review:

I have tried its matar kachori, which was filled with their secret masala, green coriander and raisins tastes both tangy and sweet. Kachori sizes were quite uncommon, very small in size but taste was really excellent.

Kullad Lassi: it was very commonplace nothing extraordinary but quality of lassi was good.  As I already late that’s why I didn’t get to chance to taste its Bedmi puri.

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