Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season we re making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS If you ask us there s no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times While modern iterations and new age flavour pairings are widening the playing field you ll have to admit that there s something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics The good ol good ol This festive season we at Foodhall are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats Crafted using timeworn recipes 100 pure ghee and traditional methods these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India Whether you re eating your way through our Kanpur inspired Motichoor Ladoos digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get togethers that much more special and memorable Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai four exceptional mithai cakes and flavoured farsan too all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you And if you just can t choose take the plunge and get a little of everything It s festive season after all so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going s good Source Restaurant Guru and The Quint

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Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season, we're making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS.

If you ask us, there's no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times. While modern iterations and new-age flavour pairings are widening the playing field, you'll have to admit that there's something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics. The good ol' good ol'.

This festive season, we, at Foodhall, are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais, with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats. Crafted using timeworn recipes, 100% pure ghee, and traditional methods, these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country, all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India.

Whether you're eating your way through our Kanpur-inspired Motichoor Ladoos, digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh, or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack, you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get-togethers that much more special and memorable.

Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai, four exceptional mithai cakes, and flavoured farsan, too, all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you. And if you just can't choose, take the plunge and get a little of everything. It's festive season, after all, so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going's good!

Source: Restaurant Guru and The Quint

#Mithai #MithaiBox #MithaiCake #IndianMithai #MithaiLove #Namkeen #IndianSweets #FestiveFood #FestiveFeast #Food #FoodLove #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

Brace yourselves for a long post ahead because in honour of the festive season, we're making MUCH ADO ABOUT MITHAIS. If you ask us, there's no better feeling than celebrating festive customs and traditions with platefuls of quintessential Indian sweetmeats within reach at all times. While modern iterations and new-age flavour pairings are widening the playing field, you'll have to admit that there's something comforting about sticking to the familiar classics. The good ol' good ol'. This festive season, we, at Foodhall, are setting some major mithai and namkeen goals as we return to our roots and draw inspiration from our halwais, with our Bustaan range of traditional sweetmeats. Crafted using timeworn recipes, 100% pure ghee, and traditional methods, these offerings will whisk you away on a culinary trip across the country, all the while delighting your palate with the many authentic flavours and vibrant colours of the different regions of India. Whether you're eating your way through our Kanpur-inspired Motichoor Ladoos, digging into our typically Bengali Nolen Gur Sandesh, or reaching for seconds and thirds of our Khasta Kachoris that nail the flavours of the ubiquitous Delhi street snack, you can count on Bustaan to make your festive gatherings and get-togethers that much more special and memorable. Have fun picking from among seven varieties of mithai, four exceptional mithai cakes, and flavoured farsan, too, all of which are coming super soon to a Foodhall near you. And if you just can't choose, take the plunge and get a little of everything. It's festive season, after all, so you may as well milk the carte blanche that comes with it while the going's good! Source: Restaurant Guru and The Quint #Mithai #MithaiBox #MithaiCake #IndianMithai #MithaiLove #Namkeen #IndianSweets #FestiveFood #FestiveFeast #Food #FoodLove #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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