People of Indore are known for their innate love of food and family. Indoreans love their leisure time, going out with the family, surrounded by the wafting aroma of delicious food, all the while having a chill experience. Head to Apna Sweets, if you are looking for a perfect place to have a wonderful day out with family.

Apna Sweets is one of Indore’s biggest restaurant cum sweet shop chain and there’s a reason why.

With several outlets in town, Apna is already a favourite among the locals and much visited by the tourists as well. The interiors at most places are open, warms and quite inviting, the restaurant has a very classic vibe.

The restaurant is especially adored by people with kids, since most Apna Sweets branches have a separate play area for kids. It makes sure that the kids have fun while the parents can completely enjoy the food and the ambience.

Coming to the most important aspect of any restaurant, the food. Apna Sweets, is known for the amazing food they serve. People love the thalis and the local specialities are much adored. If you come here, make sure to try the Iconic poha, jalebi, sev puri and papdi chaat.

Make sure you try their dessert options as well. The ghewar feni, kulfi faluda and chhena sweets are a talk of the town.

You will also find people queueing for the much loved sevs, namkeens, namak-paras, mathris and what not.

Also, DO NOT miss out on their awesome gujiyas this Holi season.

Check out their website to know more.

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