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Mertiya Sweet Home

Shahibuag
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Mertiya Sweet Home Reviews and Ratings - Shahibuag, Ahmedabad

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Rated 3.5 by Biting Bowl

What is the difference between Samosa & Kachori? (1) Samosa is videshi whereas Kachori is swadeshi. (2) It is just a difference in shape. Outer shape of Samosa is triangular whereas outer layer of kachori is circular. Therefore a samosa becomes kachori if it changes its shape. Well, while returning from duty, Shahibaug always reminds me of shining star snack of Rajasthan ...i.e. Kachori especially Pyaz Kachori...I was just to approach Shahibaug Bridge from Rajasthan Hospital, I saw one signboard "Mertiya Sweet" and one cook frying Kachoris. And it was a stop. I ordered most sought Pyaz Kachori which was freshly made. This kachori was bigger than a palm. It was Served with tangy tomato sauce & mint chutney. wooow.....With a great balance of Indian spices mixed with mashed onions and potatoes, it was heavenly taste in itself with flaky outer layer and chutneys. एक कचोरी तेल मे, सारे तोड़ी जैल मे. this was a famous lines during the freedom struggle of India. While the meaning is exactly now known (please comment if any body knows), this delicious snack item of Rajasthan was made popular by Rajasthani Traders migrated to other parts of India. Therefore, most of the famous kachori joints have flourished either around Bazaars dominated by Marwari Traders or their settlements. Apart from Pyaz Kachori, numerous versions of kachori has evolved. For e.g. Hing Kachori, Mogar Kachori, Mawa kachori (Sweeter version) from Rajasthan. While all kachoris of Rajasthan are made from Maida, Banaras Kachori is made from whole wheat flour. Banaras Kachori is so flavorful that it does not require to be served with any kind of chutneys. Bengal has mutter kachori, whereas Bihar has litti kachori...Gujarat to has its own version of kachori called Lilva Kachori. So if you are passing through Shahibaug Bridge, I suggest you to visit Mertiya Sweet House, located just opp. Sujata Flats. You can also try their Cranberry Halva...its delicious.


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Rated 4.0 by Prutha

One of the best places for Kachoris Chutneys were too good especially green chutney Rajbhog kachori was too delicious, well blended dry fruits nd moong dal halwa in stuffing Reminds me of Jodhpur 😋


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Rated 3.5 by Amit Gajjar

Best place for Bangali sweets and other snack. Specially i like its Ghewer sweet. Many times i visit this place on weekends to eat Kachori. Sure u will never disappointed from its any products.


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Rated 4.0 by Dr.Rasika

These ratings are solely based on the pyaaz ki kachori i tasted at maertiya sweet home !! Served hot , crispy but not hard, filled generously with sweetish onion masala , topped with green chutney and ketchup ( these 2 were watery but tasted spicy n tangy .. so no complaints :p) .. and yes i had' the best' pyaaz ki kachori in ahmedabad :) and i will keep on having it ... ! Recommended to try atleast once !


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Rated 3.5 by Mr.Chintan Shah

I have been voted here for their delicious Jain Jodhpur garma garam kachori. Sunday you will see queue for pyaz kachori and imrati. Mostly all sweets and dry farsan available in shop