Started off as a small business in 1995, Sri Vasavi Condiments is today a must-visit in Bengaluru. What was once a business idea has today paved its way into the hearts of all Bengalureans and is loved by people from all walks of life. No matter where you’re from, you’ve missed out on a major part of life in Bengaluru if you haven’t tried out the savories of Sri Vasavi Condiments. Located in various parts of Bengaluru, they are easily reachable and lovable.
All-Famous For Its Avrekai Varieties
The annual Avarekai Mela is held in VV Puram is organized by Sri Vasavi Condiments every year. This event sees over 200 farmers from all over Karnataka, selling fresh avarekai. Avarekai, which is enjoyed in various forms in dose, gulab jamun, holige, sambar, idli and upma is Bengaluru’s favorite ingredient.
Vasavi Condiments has, however, not limited itself to avarekai and traditional sweets. This has helped the store thrive and grow in changing times. As Bengaluru embraces the new, Vasavi Condiments has improvised on Indian sweets. It offers a lot of variants such as the delicious Boost barfi and the lip-smacking Horlicks barfi.
Love At First Bite
The mixtures such as the famous “Congress” and fried items such as chaklis, kodubales, and murukus are something you must take back to enjoy with your loved ones. Their Bengaluru Puri and Mysore Puri make for amazing tea time snacks, while the salted and spicy chips awaken your senses. It is love at first bite, indeed!
If you love cooking your own food, don’t forget to take with you their freshly ground masalas. All of these items are available at reasonable rates and this adds to the appeal of this iconic store. With avarekai mixes being their most popular item, they have a huge inflow of customers each day, selling about 1500 kgs of savories per day!
So what are you waiting for, Bengaluru? Head down to your nearest outlet (Sajjan Rao Circle, Banashankari, Rajajinagar, Malleswaram, Vijayanagar, Jayanagar). Visit to get yourself the Bengaluru’s best snacks!
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