A boutique located in an actual house, Ambara offers everything from handmade clothes to gardening accessories. A beautiful two-storey house has been converted into a boutique with rooms dedicated to sarees, jewellery, Indian and fusion wear, and the upstairs section offers home decor, toys for kids, and kitchen accessories. Outside the boutique is divided into a cafe (Cafe Cerrise) which is temporarily closed, a garden cum shop that offers planters, saplings, and other horticultural accessories. Find Chanderis, luscious Pochampally Ikats, printed silks, and mixed cottons. Their section dedicated to readymade saree blouses has sizes from small to XL in a mix of prints, in silks with embroidery and patchwork. Also look out for cigarette pants, palazzos, potlis, stoles, and dupattas in prints as well as solids here.
Ladies, those looking for ethnic jewellery or even bridal wear without wanting to dole out too much cash, go for Ambara’s collection of stunning temple-style jewellery (gold plated on silver) including ornate jhumkis, jewellery sets, and some costume pieces too. Upstairs, find table and bed linen, cushion covers, and stuffed cloth toys for kids. Just where you need to settle your bill, you will find a table stacked with unconventional board games, painting kits, fridge magnets, and really pretty wrapping paper. They currently are open on three days throughout the week - Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday and will be open on all days except Sunday starting September.