From Our Editors
Rows of pastel treats glimmer behind glass cases at Gagan Sweets, tempting tongues with each tasty morsel. Gagan Sweets has been making traditional Indian sweets and namkeens—savoury snacks—since 1992, and that experience shows in its attention to detail. Twenty-five different types of sweets are made on site each day, including milk cakes and Bengali sweets. Gagan also serves savoury vegetarian food in its restaurant, the perfect dessert a meal of their sweets. The buffet stretches out for yards to accommodate a cornucopia of fragrant Indian dishes. Patrons wander along the table, loading their plates with palak paneer, samosas, and chana masala, as well as plenty of roti or naan on the side to soak up every carefully balanced spice.