Ten-Second Takeaway

If you’ve ever lived in or spent enough time in Chembur, then it’s impossible for you to have missed Jhama Sweets. And if you haven’t been there yet, then you must go there for their delicious pani puri and incredible jalebis.

Chow Down

We’ve been fans of Jhama Sweets at Chembur for years. This famous sweet shop has been around for decades {over 60 years, we’ve been told}, and the local Chembur folks have been gorging on their delicious food for far too long now. While they have many branches {two in Chembur, one in Sion, Vashi and Nerul each}, their biggest Chembur outlet still remains the most famous.

Photo source: Sruthi612 via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Photo source: Sruthi612 via Wikimedia Commons (CC BY-SA 4.0)

When here, without fail try their samosa chaat and pani puri. The latter is especially divine. Their sweets, needless to say, are very good. Do try their hot gulab jamuns {they melt in your mouth, and are touted to be the best in the city} and freshly made jalebis will make you want to ask for more. Similarly, we’ve also heard great reviews about their rasgullas and malai kulfi from regular patrons. Frankly, the shop is very famous for its sweets, so we’d say try what looks super exciting and we’re almost certain it won’t disappoint.

So, We’re Saying…

If you love sweets and chaat, then you have got to try Jhama Sweets really, really soon.