Despite millions of sweet shops across the nation, some have really stood out with their excellent quality. These stores have welcomed generations of people, ranging from those celebrating an occasion to those looking to grab a quick, economical bite. Here, hence, is looking at some of the best sweet shops strewn across Mumbai.
A Sweet Symphony: Have You Been To The Best Sweet Shops In Mumbai?
Tewari Bros. Sweet Shop, Juhu
Tewari Brothers has been around since the turn of independence, when Shri Banwari Lal Ji Tewari made the journey from Uttar Pradesh to erstwhile Calcutta, and opened the sweet shop. Tewari Bros. has since been hailed for the quality of food they serve. From the samosas, to kachori and other delectable snacks and sweet dishes, Tewari Bros. holds the distinction of being an ultimate destination for anyone with a sweet tooth, across India.
Parsi Dairy Farm, Marine Lines
Parsi Dairy doesn’t need any introduction. After all, they are the ones who laid down the foundation for full-fat milk. being used to make dessert. Alongside, they sell an incredible range of Bengali sweets, mawa sweets, a wide range of kulfis, and fresh milk products like paneer, ghee, dahi and more.
Shri Gangour Sweets, Juhu and Bandra
Beginning in Indore, Shree Gangour expanded to Mumbai and will soon reach Goa with its sweets and snacks. A hub for rich, varied snacks, Shree Gangour relies on the heavy, rich excellence of its sweet dishes to present Mumbaikars with an eclectic choice. You can savour some excellent sabzi-kachori, jalebi, pani puri and dhoklas here, all of which will certainly put a bright smile on your face.
MM Mithaiwala, Malad
Known for the chhole-bhature and the lassi, M.M. Mithaiwala is a reputable brand with an excellent presence across Mumbai. This place is perfect if you want to grab a quick bite and are in the rush, but still want give in to your cravings. Be sure to try out the gulab jamun as well!
Brijwasi Sweetshop, Multiple outlets
With the festive season just around the corner, you can always count on this sweet shop for some amazing offers. Last year Brijwasi Sweets gave a box of modaks free with orders above INR 600. To make things even sweeter, you got six rasgullas free if you bought large modaks for INR 125 and above. They also serve delicious hot samosas and Delhi-style chaat.
D. Damodar Mithaiwala, Dadar
Located near Dadar TT Circle, this pre-independence era sweet shop doesn’t offer any seating and is only a takeaway joint. They serve various kinds of sweets and farsan items. Some of their popular savoury items are samosa, pattice, dhokla etc. They were one of the first shops in Mumbai to start selling Bengali sweets, for they had Bengali karigars come in from Kolkata.
Also try Ramas sweet shop which has multiple outlets in the city.