Indian Food

India is known for its authentic culture and food. Indian food has a special place in the world. Its fame and reputation are ever-increasing. Not only Indians but also foreigners love it. In addition to enjoying spices, Indians also have a sweet tooth. Indian food in Wollongong has gained popularity to a great extent. Let’s introduce you to some of the most famous Indian desserts in an Indian restaurant in Wollongong.


  1. Gulab Jamun

One such dessert that is sure to tantalise your taste buds is Gulab Jamun. These delectable brown balls, made with a blend of khoya, flour, and sugar syrup, offer a delicious flavour with every bite. Whether served warm or chilled, the unique taste and texture of Gulab Jamun make it a favourite dessert for all occasions, be it a festive celebration or a casual day out.

  1. Jalebi

Hard to resist, these spiral-shaped orange coils are enjoyed by most people. Similar to gulab jamuns, jalebi can be seen on most occasions, weddings and festivals. These are made from gram flour and sugar syrup. They can be shrunk, flat, thin or thick, according to taste. In whatever form they are, they are in great demand on all occasions.

  1. Ladoos

Ladoos, with their special religious and cultural significance, is Lord Ganesha’s favourite. They hold a prominent place in every type of occasion, be it a festival,a family gathering, or a marriage function. Whether it is a boondi ladoo, besan ladoo, or coconut ladoo; these round balls of sweetness are irresistible to anyone.

  1. Gajar ka halwa

With the arrival of winter in India, Gajar ka halwa is the most loved sweet dish. This is made by grating fresh carrots and cooking them in milk, ghee and sugar. After the dish is ready, it can be garnished by spreading almonds and pistachios over it. It is best enjoyed when served hot. 

  1. Kheer

A South Asian dessert made by cooking rice, milk and sugar. It is cooked better on a low flame. The flavours of saffron, cardamom, raisins, nuts, pistachios, cashews and almonds are added to make it taste better. It has a pleasant taste whether it is served hot or chilled. It has a satisfying effect on the person who tastes it. It is a traditional dish that can never be excluded from the great collection of Indian desserts. 

  1. Rasgulla

A traditional Bengali sweet rasgulla is a syrup-filled ball made from ball-shaped dumplings of chhena [acid-set cheese] dough cooked in sugar syrup. It must be cooked until the dumplings soak in the syrup. It melts when put in the mouth. It gives a pleasant sensation. It is a beloved part of Indian cuisine.

  1. Rasmalai

Rasmalai, a popular Indian dessert from the state of Bengal, is a delight for the senses. Imagine soft and spongy cheese dumplings or Rasgullas soaked in creamy milk syrup. The flavours of cardamom and saffron dance on your tongue, and the heavenly texture melts in your mouth. It’s often garnished with a sprinkle of chopped almonds and pistachios, adding a delightful crunch to each bite.   



Experience the unique and mouth-watering desserts or mithais from Asees Restaurant, a renowned Indian restaurant in Wollongong. Our desserts are not just sweet treats, they are symbols of happiness and togetherness. They fill your heart with immense sweetness, adding more joy to your sweet moments of togetherness.

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