We would expect nothing less than perfection from the team behind The Bombay Canteen and Mumbai O Pedro, but you know what we didn't anticipate? an idea that is entirely based on mithai. Moreover, a mithai ki dukaan. Additionally, it is 100% vegetarian. These folks have really taken us (and the internet) by surprise with a menu that is built on reimagining Indian sweets.
It is tucked away in the surprisingly hip neighborhood of Byculla, not far from Jijamata Udyan, also known as Rani Baug, and boy, oh boy. When we walked into Bombay Sweet Shop, we didn't really get the halwaai vibes. The Bombay Sweet Shop has a mithai bar as you enter, a chikki bar, and even a counter where India-inspired sweets are made, the dish varying depending on the time of day. It is swanky, organic-looking and wonderfully set up. A ghevar tart, puranpoli ice cream, and even a caramel custard popsicle have been produced, all of which are nostalgic, cozy, and yet novel. Undoubtedly, it is a spot to eat hatke!
You can immediately order their delectable treats online. Now that's sweet! Think chocolate butterscotch bark, gummies, aam papad lollipop, chikki bar, assorted boxes, which make the perfect gift and lots more.
The best part is about to start! Bombay Sweet Shop has created your favorite box of mithai without refined sugar so you may start the year guilt-free. Prepared with coconut sugar, dates, and the benefits of gur. It comes in a variety of flavors, including hazelnut besan barfi and coffee milk cake. Even vegan treats are an option here! So order these right away and keep to your fitness resolutions for the new year.
Prices: Starting at INR 525 for an individual or an assorted box of 9
Timings: 11 am to 7 pm (Monday to Friday), 11 am to 8 pm (Saturday & Sunday)