10 Sweet Shops in Bengaluru You Should Visit During Festival Times For Amazing Varieties

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Deepavali is synonymous with lights, fireworks and not to forget the Sweets! However, we often leave them out while trying to make other arrangements, and are in the last minute rush towards these stores. MetroSaga brings to you sweet shops for your last minute sugar rush.

Kanti Sweets

Spread throughout Bangalore, Kanti Sweets has every Indian sweet at your disposal, besides dry fruits.

MetroSaga Recommends: Kaju Katli, Mysore Pak, Rasmalai

Average Cost: 800, for a large variety in small quantities.

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Anand Sweets

If you are looking for alternates to the usual, Anand Sweets has a bunch of sweet offerings that use western techniques but with Indian ingredients. Be it the Badamika, the Rose Chikki, this place has what it takes to leave you looking forward to more.

MetroSaga Recommends: Rose Chikki

Average Cost: 1400 per kg.

Where: 143/A, 60 Feet Road, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru.

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Mane Holige

With their different varieties of holige, Mane Holige will leave you at a loss of words. Not only are they highly traditional, but also pocket-friendly.

MetroSaga Recommends: Dry Coconut Holige

Average Cost: 20/- per piece

Where: Jayanagar 4th Block and CMH Road, Indiranagar

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K.C. Das

K.C. Das has maintained a legacy of producing Indian sweets. They are in fact the pioneers of the well known and widely loved rasgulla. You can buy from a range of sweets which you’ll definitely love and come back for!

MetroSaga Recommends: Rasmalai

Average Cost: 400/-

Where: Church Street, Jayanagar, HSR Layout

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Recommended: Asha Sweets Centre in Malleshwaram is Bengaluru’s Favorite for Delicious Sweets and Chaats

Kartik’s Mithai Shoppe

Besides the chaats they are so well loved for, Kartik’s Mithai Shoppe is well known for their gulab jamun which is ordered along with every street food item purchased here. They are loved by people from various places and that’s why MetroSaga lists them among this year’s go-to for Diwali.

MetroSaga Recommends: Gulab Jamun

Average Cost: 150/-

Where: Indiranagar and Marathalli

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B-cafe, Shangri La Hotel

The Diwali special box of B cafe comprises assorted Indian sweets including Kaju katli, anjir roll, and pista katori. Their rose ladoos are to die for!

Metrosaga Recommends: Rose Ladoos

Average Cost: 700 plus taxes for 500 grams

Where: Shangri La hotel, Vasanth Nagar

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Fresh Menu

With online food delivery on the rise, you cannot expect food delivery startups to ignore the sugar rush this Diwali. With the motichoor cheesecake jar and the chocolate coated dates, they are surely in for a big inflow of orders.

MetroSaga Recommends: Motichoor Cheesecake

Average Cost: 120/- onwards

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Foodhall

Foodhall aims to provide a western twist to the Indian mithai. They have definitely carved a niche with delicacies such as the Besan Ladoo Cheesecake, Rabdi Tart and the Kalakand Motichoor Opera. You’d be surprised at the other items they have in store for Diwali!

MetroSaga Recommends: Kalakand Cake

Average Cost: 600/- onwards

Where: 1 MG Road Mall, Trinity Circle

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Recommended: Sweet Shops for Best Mysore Pak in Bangalore, Chiroti, Fruit Chikki and more

Big Mishra Pedha

Rasgulla, Kala Jamun, Pedha, name it. Big Mishra has it all! Not only do they specialize in chats and snacks but also in sweets. They also deliver to your doorstep!

MetroSaga Recommends: Dharwad Pedha

Average cost: 159/- for 250 grams.

Where: Malleshwaram, BTM Layout, and Jayanagar

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Sweet Moments

Sweet Moments live up to every bit of their name. With their expertise in sweets such as the Mysore Pak and the Kalakand, and even in Bengali sweets, they can be counted on for your sugar craving this Diwali. Their pocket-friendly prices make them a definite must visit.

MetroSaga Recommends: Mysore Pak and Mishti Doi

Average Cost: 100/-

Where: RC Church, Kammanahalli and ITPL Road, Whitefield.

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So, the list goes on and on. This festival try something new. Let’s all make this the sweetest Deepavali ever. Happy Deepavali, folks!

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