Balushahi is considered as the Indian Donut which is soft, flaky deep-fried pastries dunked in a sticky cardamom and rose flavored syrup. The festival of lights “Diwali” is around the corner let us celebrate it with your own favourite Indian sweets Balu Shahi in Harris Park, Sydney, Australia at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant .
Bengal offers a rich variety of delicacies for every Indian sweets in Australia. The sweet tooth of Bengalis, as well as the variety of sweets and desserts available in Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant Sydney, Australia is astounding. While some of those typical Pure Indian sweets in Sydney, Australia, items have now found their way to the rest of the country for the special occasion of Diwali which is on the cards these days.
Besan ki Burfiwhich is often called “Indian cheesecake”, though it contains no cheese and is considered one of the super exotic Indian delicacies. This dessert is most happening for most of the Indian festivals like Diwali. As It is Diwali season, let us dive into a whole new world of tempting sweets to relish on Diwali festival at your own Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park, Australia serving people and bringing the flavors of India right here in Australia. Come and feel the difference
Pure Indian Sweets Bikaner Barfi in Harris Park made from khoya and sugar is an all time favourite of many families for its light and refreshing taste. If the goodness of melt-in-mouth sweet is what you are looking for this Diwali then our Pure Indian Sweets in Sydney, Australia at Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant in Harris Park, Australia is the pick out of the lot!