Sindhi Kulfi

Lajpat Nagar 2
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Sindhi Kulfi Reviews and Ratings - Lajpat Nagar 2, New Delhi


Rated 4.0 by All She Cooks And Eats: Debashree Dewan

This is one of the well known kulfi falooda places in Lajpat Nagar and more often then not serves as a landmark when you are in Lajpat 2. It's cheap and does not burn a hole in your pocket. As with any street side stalls, this place has only one table and a few chairs. Ambience should not be a concern when you go there. We tried the Kulfi Falooda and the Rabdi Falooda priced at Rs. 60 and 50 respectively! The rabdi falooda was okay-ish, did not find it extraordinary to go in for seconds. The kulfi falooda however was top knotch!! The kulfi was the right amount of sweet and we went for second servings! The service is fast.


Rated 4.0 by Anam Faheem

My sweet tooth ever gonna be satisfied? I loved the kulfi faluda, it was actually very tasty, what I thought wouldn't be that nice. Perfect sweet dish. one must visit and try their items.


Rated 5.0 by Swardanusaarr

This was simply amazing. I mean kulfi faluda. And the faluda was all soaked in honey. I loved it. I can literally have these every day. A must try kinda Place.


Rated 5.0 by Sahil Chhabra

A decade old place serving the tastiest kulfi galuda in town. One should defintely visit this place if you really want to have delicious kulfi faluda. Not only that they also serve rabri faluda which is better than most of the places.

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Rated 3.5 by Lionel

Kulfi falooda special This place in the back lanes of Lal sai market, lajpat nagar. Now there are two of them close to each other, both sindhis are good, but the older guy is better, coz as they say old is gold. Just ask around and the locals will go out of their way to let you know to go for the older sindhi, no substitute for experience. The sindhi sells two main things, Rabri falooda and kulfi falooda , the kulfi falooda is my personal favorite anywhere in India and that's what i had here as well, creamy, sweet, juicy and tasty. Summers are incomplete without kulfi falooda for me.