The Best Mithai Shops In Bangalore To Buy Sweets For All Occasions

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From Ugadi and Holi to Easter, Eid and weddings, India is a land that loves a good celebration. And every celebration needs plenty of mithai to make it that much sweeter. Here are some of the best sweet shops in the city to pick up some mouth-watering Indian mithai from. Get ready to load up on traditional sweets and enjoy it with family during any festivities or special occasions. 

Anand Sweets And Savouries

This iconic sweet shop has been satisfying many a sweet tooth and mithai craving over the years. With plenty of outlets in and around the city, this mithai giant is known for serving up some rich Indian sweetness from badam barfis and besan ladoos to juicy gulab jamuns and rasgullas. And to balance it all out, these guys also sell namkeens like bakarwadi and ribbon chakkali that make tea time our favourite time of day. Find the nearest outlet to you on Swiggy and order in today!

KC Das

Bringing all of Bengal’s classics to Namma Bengaluru, KC Das has earned quite the loyal customer base over the years. Often credited to be the creators of the iconic Indian sweets rossogolla and rossomalai, these guys truly are game changers. Apart from trying these, give their barfis, khir kadham and sondesh a go. Available on Swiggy, your Bengali Mithai getting home is only a click away.

Bhagatram Sweets

This famous sweet shop on Commercial Street has been giving the big boys like Anand Sweets, which also has an outlet there, a run for their money. Developing a sweet reputation over the years with their famed gulab jamuns, rasgullas and jalebis, this place is now a landmark in the city and a great stop to tuck into some sev puri as well. The sweet shop is open between 10.30 AM to 9 PM for takeaway, and is also available on Swiggy and Dunzo.

Kanti Sweets

Spreading sweetness since 1957, Kanti Sweets now has about 50 branches in the city, so you probably have one of these joints right in your neighbourhood or very close by. From dry fruit ladoos to kaju Mysorepak, here’s where to get boxes and boxes of mithai from. And these guys have their very own app so you can browse through their extensive collection of mithai and order away. Now that’s what we call a sweet deal. All Kanti Sweet outlets are open and available on Swiggy.

Adyar Ananda Bhavan

Ah! Good old A2B. This joint is yet another of our go-to when it comes to stocking up on mithai. This Chennai-based sweet shop has branched out over the years and has over 20 outlets in Bangalore as of now. From ghee-rich chandrakalas to their kala jamuns, all the mithai in their display case looks absolutely delish and whatever your pick, you can’t go wrong here. Hardcore South Indians can find all your favourite sweets here. Order in your mithai using Dunzo or Swiggy, make sure to pick the branch closest to you for quick delivery.

Sri Krishna Sweets

If you’re not here for their melt-in-your-mouth Mysurpa (which is their take on Mysore Pak), we’re sure their wide selection of pedas and burfis will have you drooling. With trays of ghee-loaded goodness on offer, pick up your very own box of sweet treats from any of their outlets in the city. For contacless, online deliveries, order through the Sri Krishna Sweets official website.

Bhartiya Jalpan

Yet another Indiranagar joint on the list, Bhartiya Jalpan is wowing its customer base with its delish malpua and sugary jalebis. And it’s not just mithai that these guys do. With a bunch of North Indian breakfast dishes and snacks on the menu as well (think puri aloo and chole bathure), they’ve got your whole meal sorted and not just dessert. Bhartiya Jalpan is open for takeaways and are available on Swiggy.

Sangam Sweets

A favourite with many, Sangam Sweets has a few outlets around town, including HSR and near Shivananda Circle. For all the sweet moments in your life, you can rely on them for ghee-loaded motichur ladoos, malai  sandwiches and jamoons. Chaats and quick meals are part of their offerings. Find them on Swiggy to place your orders.

Asha Sweet Center

This Malleswaram legend is a buzzing beehive of activity during the festive and wedding season. Here, you can gobble up plump rasagullas or jamoons. Or take home colourful boxes filled with kaju katlis, Bombay halwa and keerkadam. Asha Sweets is available on Swiggy and Dunzo.


When you are looking for the real deal in Bengali sweets, it's got to be Banchharam's. Their stellar sandesh, rasagullas and slurp-worthy mishti doi can light up any day. During the festive and wedding season, they sell out pretty quickly, so you better get in line, in time. Banchharam is now open, it is best to call before you visit the outlet to pick up an order.

Bansuri Sweets

Those of you on the lookout for authentic Bengali and Rajasthani sweets, Bansuri Sweets is your ideal pitstop. The shop is known for its malai chum chum, a sweet made using chenna (cheese curds) and milk froth, topped with dry fruits. Pair this with authentic Kolkata style jhal muri and have the pungent mustard oil do all good things to your senses. Their freshly made jalebis are also a hit, we suggest you to have them with rabri. The sweet shop even offers sweets on the go with party and bulk order options. If you want more substantial bites, they have a line-up of Indian and Chinese options as well. 

India Sweet House

This new addition to the mithai scene in Bangalore already has three outlets, and we love that India Sweet House is aiming to be entirely organic and sustainable. In fact, their milk-based sweets are made with organically produced fresh milk from their own dairy farm. They also hope to revive a few older recipes of mithais so look out for some really traditional stuff in what they call their Bygone Era section. Otherwise milk sweets, laddoos, burfis and pedas rule the roost. 


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