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Anupam Sweets

Budget Eats . Cost for two: ₹400

Budget Eats Cost for two: ₹400

Safdarjung, New Delhi

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A popular sweet shop in the area, it also serves lip-smacking Street Food items like Kachori and Cholay, Veg Manchurian, Chilli Mushroom, as well as delightful Continental dishes. It is a pure-vegetrian place where one can enjoy a hearty breakast without causing a dent in the wallet. Their Pav Bhaji is well-recommended.

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A popular sweet shop in the area, it also serves lip-smacking Street Food items like Kachori and Cholay, Veg Manchurian, Chilli Mushroom, as well as delightful Continental dishes. It is a pure-vegetrian place where one can enjoy a hearty breakast without causing a dent in the wallet. Their Pav Bhaji is well-recommended.

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