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Rajjot: Sweets & Snacks

Mishti Doi | Nov 20, 200511:43 AM

Location: At the intersection of Wolfe and El Camino in Sunnyvale.

Type: Hole in the wall, snack and sweet shop. Most customers do a take out. Adjoining small sit down area.

They carry a variety of Indian sweets and spicy party mixes. Also, chaat, samosa, a few other food items including paratha plates available. I don't remember seeing non-veg dishes.

Items tried: Variety sweets and samosa.

Price: Dirt cheap

Indians sweets are typically milk and sugar based, sometimes fried. There are flour and lentil based ones as well.

The sweets are quite good. Not teeth chattering sweet. I will definitely go back when the next hankering for Indian sweets sets in.

Samosa is quite excellent in fact. I have yet to find it straight out of frying pot. But the heated (under the lamp) samosa is very crisp. It is a fat one. The potatoes are ample and spicy. They come with variety chutneys.

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