Thandai & Lassi

Thandai & Lassi

Varanasi is a city that produces lots of milk and curd and therefore, you'll find them in most of their preparations. Benarasi Thandai is made from seasonal fruit puree. The other way to end a typical Benarasi breakfast is to have a kullhad (earthen glass) of thick, cardamom flavoured Lassi topped with a generous helping of malai or cream and a few drops of rose-water. I had it at a small joint close to Ram Bhandar but Lassiwala near Assi Ghat or Blue Lassi in Vishwanath Gali are sought after for the variety of lassis on offer. Another must-try item at these lassi joints is their Thandai – milk flavoured with a variety of spices. Enroute to anywhere you’re likely to cross one of Varanasi’s many Misthan Bhandaars that serve delicious sweets all day round. Do try the Malpuas, Gulab Jamuns and Lal Pedhas.

 


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