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Here Are The Best Places To Pick Up Mishti When In Kolkata

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Here are 10 places where you can find the best of Bengal’s sweets, from classics like rajbhog to the trendy blueberry doi.

K.C. Das

They say they were the ones to invent the world-famous rosogolla. We don’t know that for sure, but while you’re there, don’t just stick to the rosogolla. We suggest you try their rossomalai, rossomadhuri, and kesar raj bhog. If you’re conscious about the calories but don’t want to miss out on the best rosogollas in town, they have sugar-free ones.


From besan laddoos and rasmalai to nolen gurer sondesh, Kamdhenu’s is a trusted brand name where sweets and namkeens are concerned. If you’re looking for a traditional mithai shop for all your festive needs, Kamdhenu’s is the place to go.

Nalin Chandra Das And Sons

This 175-year-old legendary sweet shop houses the best karapak sandesh in town. Pick up a box full of new fads like choco chip and ice cream sandesh, or classics such as abar khabo and kesar jol bhora {both are very popular}. You can also impress your friends and relatives with the kesar chhanar payesh and chandni kheer.

Sen Mahasay

Famous for its khirer chop, mihidana and monohara, the sweets at Sen Mahasay are great value for money and will melt in your mouth. A legendary mithai shop set amidst old lanes of Shyambazaar, it still retains the old Calcutta charm.

Girish Chandra Dey And Nakur Chandra Nandy

Located in the heart of North Kolkata, this is one of the city’s oldest mishti shops {it started in 1844}. An absolute favourite among sweet aficionados, it has been around for five generations and boasts of many celebrity clients over the years, such as the Bachchan family, Uttam Kumar, Rajiv Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee, amongst others.

You can take your pick from over 30 varieties of sandesh. Or pick one of their other classics like talsash, jalbhara, chandrapuli, parijat, and dilkhush. Their range of innovative mishti is to die for – try the gurer sandwich, and the sweets named after Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly.

Balaram Mullick And Radharam Mullick

This legendary sweet shop was started by 20-year-old Ganesh Chandra Mullick who came to Kolkata from Konnagar in 1885, and now it is a household name. They are the pioneers of the baked rosogolla – soft spongy rosogollas layered with malai rabri. Super! They have a huge variety of fruit-infused sandesh (pineapple, strawberry, mango, orange), and mishti doi in funky flavours like blueberry and mango, and even gelatos.


This renowned sweet joint in Kolkata is big on quality. Their all-time hits are the nolen gur and shahi pan sandesh, and baked mihidaana.

Hindusthan Sweets

Apart from traditional sweets like khir kadam, malai cham cham and kaju barfi, they also have a range of herbal sweets with anti-oxidant properties that can provide relief to people suffering from chronic disorders.


If you’re looking for a handy full of the perfect mishti doi, Mithai is the place to go to. And while you’re at it, don’t miss out on their mouth-watering nolen gurer rosogolla and kesar kachagolla that will satisfy all your sweet cravings.

Bhim Chandra Nag

Try their abar khabo sandesh and you’ll know why it is named so. This sixth generation shop offers lip-smacking servings of jolbhora sandesh, rose sandesh, norom pak-er butterscotch sandesh and mishti doi. Bhim Chandra Nag, located in Bow Bazaar, is aptly a sandesh-lover’s paradise and you cannot afford to miss their delicacies this festive season.