Imagine a Diwali without sweets? Have you got your Diwali sweets stocked for the festival? If you didn’t, here are some of the best mithai shops in Bengaluru where you can grab some yummy Indian mithai to celebrate one of the biggest Indian festivals.
Anand Sweets And Savouries
This iconic mithai shop is one of the favourite spots to satisfy your sweet tooth and mithai cravings. This mithai legend has plenty of outlets in the city to serve some rich Indian sweets from besan ladoos to badam barfis and gulam jamuns. They also have some amazing namkeens such as ribbon chakli and other such interesting savouries.
Where: Anand Sweets & Savouries, 14, Opp. Fire Station, Sarjapur Road, Ambalipura, Koramangala and Whitefield, Bengaluru.
Karthik’s Mithai Shoppe
Karthik’s Mithai shop is known for their exclusive mootichoor laddoos and crispy jalebis. They also have some amazing chaats including Pani Puri and Raj Kachori. Try out their Chole Bhature and end your meal with some sweet gulab jamun and kaju katli. On your way out don’t forget to pick up some of your favourite mithais and you are all set for Diwali.
Where: Kartik’s Mithai Shoppe, Shalini Complex, 322, CMH Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru.
How about some iconic Bengali sweets this Diwali. KC Das is known to make some iconic Indian sweet Rossogolas and Rossomalai. They have also have some barfis, khir kadam, and sondesh for all the sweet lovers.
Where: KC Das Sweets, 295, 17th Cross Road, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru.
How can one survive a Diwali without a visit to the classic Kanti sweets? Kanti sweets has about 50 branches in Bangalore. You might find atleast two outlets near you. Their dry fruit ladoos to Kaju Mysore Pak and other mithais are simply irresistible. They also have an app that allows you to browse and order from their extensive range of mithai.
Where: Kanti Sweets, 7, 2nd Stage, CMH Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore.