Mysore Pak is one of the most loved Sweet dishes of Karnataka made from Roasted gram flour and pure ghee. The luscious and nectarous aroma of Mysore Pak will make you drool for one, two and many pieces if you are a hardcore sweet lover. It is said this was first prepared in the kitchens of the Mysore Palace by a palace cook Kakasura Madappa during the time of Krishna Raja Wodeyar (4). Pak in Kannada means sweet and so is the name ‘Mysuru Pak.’ Also, Paka in Kannada refers to sticky sugar syrup which is also used as a primary agent in the preparation of dishes like Jalebi, Badam Puri, and others. If you want to have the best Mysore Pak in Bangalore then here is the list of famous Sweet Shops.
5 Legendary Sweet Shops for Best of the Best Mysore Pak in Bangalore
Anand Sweets is a legendary sweet shop in Bangalore which is known for hand-crafted Indian Sweets and Savories. It was started in Commercial street and today they have several outlets in the city. The Koramangala store has an authentic Dilli Wala interior with bright lighting and decor. With super delicious Mysore Pak, the store also offers a variety of dishes from Fruit Chikki, Kaju Katli, Badam Burfi, Jalebi, Dhokla, and Motichoor Laddoo.
Open: 8:30 AM to 10 PM
Where: Koramangala 5th Block, Sarjapur Road, Jayanagar, Banner ghatta road, Old Airport Road, Commercial Street, Kammanahalli, Frazer Town, and Banashankari.
The 70 year Old Gundappa Sweets is a place where you can have the best Mysore Pak in Bangalore. Unlike soft Mysore Pak offered in other shops, here you can taste the original Mysore Pak which looks like a brick with pores. The Ghee soaked Mysore Pak is the hottest-selling item here and other edible items like Muruku, Kodbele, and Banana chips are equally famous.
Open: 12 – 8 PM
Where: Dharmaraya Swamy temple Road, Doddpete, Nagarathpete, Bengaluru
Sri Venkateswara Sweetmeat Stall
If you want to have a Mysore Pak that just melts in the mouth then head to this 60-year-old sweetmeat stall. Venkateswara sweet stall is recognized as the best Mysore Pak makers in India in the last 60 years and arguably the most loved food hub of Bengaluru. You can also try their Khaara Boondhi, Rasagulla, and Kesar Ghee Laddos which are amazingly yummy.
Open: 9 AM to 10 PM
Where: 4th Main Road, Sampige road, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru
If you have lived in Old Bengaluru then Kanti Sweets must have been your regular spot for delicious confectionary items. Yes, established in 1957, this sweet shop is serving Bengaluru from 5 decades. Mysore Pak is a must have but Kanti Sweets has much more than that. Special items on their menu go from Balushai, Pauran Puri, Chandrakala, White Sohan Papdi, Banaras Sohan Papdi, Pheni, Chiroti, and the finger licking Petha Angoor.
Open: 10 AM to 10 PM
Where: 375/B, 2nd Phase, BSK 3rd Stage, 80 Feet Rd, Srinivasa Nagar, Bengaluru
Sri Krishna Sweets
Yet another popular sweet shop of Bengaluru known for their small 100 gm packing of Mysore Pak. If you have an addiction for savories then make time for Sri Krishna Sweets. Taste everything from Badam Halwa, Chiroti, Rasgulla, Jamoon, and nuked Jalebis.
Open: 9:30 AM to 9:30 PM
Where: 13th Cross, 2nd Stage, Off Double Road, Indiranagar, Bengaluru
There are numerous Sweet Shops in Bangalore but these are the legendary ones. If you are near by then do not miss the opportunity to have the best Mysore Pak of your life in Namma Bengaluru.
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