If you happen to be holidaying at Ooty, the Queen of hill stations in the Nilgiris, then do remember to pick up the home made chocolates that is extremely famous here. King Star has a great assortment of home made chocolates that include rum ‘n’ raisin, fruit ‘n’ nut, roasted almonds, fig ‘n’ honey, milk chocolate, coffee chocolate, dark chocolate varieties, sugar free varieties and others. They also stack a great set of fudges that include chocolate, pista, almond and others. HolidayIQ Traveller Sharma says, The Ooty bazar is close to the Botanical Gardens. You will find fresh choclates there. Dont’ buy all choclates from one shop if you need to buy different flavours. Try for different shops for varieties. Indulge your sweet tooth with truffles, fudges and marshmallows available at King Star Confectioners on Commercial Road.
HolidayIQ Traveller Trisheetaa Tej says, Do not forget to pick up different flavours of tea like chocolate tea to orange tea from Coonoor. For tea lovers you have a variety of flavors like lemon, masala, clove, cinnamon, classic leaf etc. Try out the chocolate and masala tea, they are awesome, he HolidayIQ Traveller Prakash.
This place has a huge assortment of chocolate chikkis, both dark and white. It also contains fresh dry fruits, nuts and caramel. “Next time you plan your trip to Lonavala, do not forget to buy the famous chikkis and fudges,” says HolidayIQ Traveller Shubham Dangi. He adds that every second chikki is called Maganlal Chikki, which is an attempt to cash in on the legacy of Maganlal Seth, the man to have pioneered chikki-making here. Groundnut chikki is what chikkis were all about, but they now come in a wide variety – mint, sesame and chocolate.
The major highlight of this place is the chocolate factory within the premises. Do not forget to try delicious pizzas, mocktails, shakes, chocolates and ice cream when at Mapro Garden & Chocolate Plant. HolidayIQ Traveller Vikas Jain shares, Variety of food. Pizzas, sandwiches, juice, hot chocolate brownies and more. Visit during the Panchgani tour or, when back home via Pune expressway. Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Shivam Gupta, It is not a garden as such but it is a restaurant and has a outdoor seating arrangement on its backside overlooking the valley. You can try their famous squashes any number of times free of cost and at a discounted price.The sandwiches and pizzas are really good. They also have fun activities for kids.
HolidayIQ Traveller Hemant shares, Every foodie who prefers variety food should visit Manek Chowk. It has a huge variety of food stuff that will amaze you. Vihar Shah, chocolate sandwhiches and pav bhaji are a must have.
HolidayIQ Traveller Paramita says, Pabba’s Ice cream parlour in Mangalore is a must-visit. Don’t miss the ice creams here.
This brown chocolate-like fudge, made with roasted khoya, coated with white sugar balls is a popular sweet from Uttarakhand. The Khim Singh Mohan Singh Rautela shop in Almora is popular in the whole uttarakhand for their distinct Bal mithai and Singhauri and other sweets. The bal mithai of Ranikhet is very famous and tasty says HolidayIQ Traveller Jatin Jain. “It is a must have!” he adds.
How can you visit Bangalore and not have a bowl full of Death By Chocolate at Corner House! A favourite haunt for everyone with a sweet tooth. HolidayIQ Traveller Abhinav Kumar shares, I loved their desserts specially death by chocolate and hot chocolate fudge were just amazing.
HolidayIQ Traveller Hasan jawaid Khan shares, If you are fond of chocolate, do visit Chick Chocolate where you will get chocolates and goodies of various types. Pack some for the return journey.
HolidayIQ Traveller Shalini Tiwari says, The next place on our list is the MG road. Old Persian area of the city, which is pretty much like the MG Road of Bangalore except that it is bit more lively. Pay a visit to Marz-O-Rin (Very old Persian bakery) to enjoy affordable and super delicious cheese pizza and sandwich. Cold coffee is a must there.