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Time - 9AM to 10:30PM
Avg Cost for two - Rs.200
Cuisines - North Indian , Bakers
Serve - Snacks, Drinks and Juices, Desserts,
Suitable for Food Explorers
One of the best places in Kochi to go for to quell any of you North Indian or Bengali sweet cravings. Bikash Babu Sweets beside Kathirikadavu Railway Bridge, became the go to place for sweets with their variety and quality of items. Their shop will be open from 9 am to 10:30 pm every day except for Wednesday when they open at 2 pm in the afternoon. Mango Lassi, Rasmalai, Rasgula, Kheer Kodom, Sondhesh etc are some of their must try sweets.
Bikash Babu Sweets is the product of frustration by Bengali people who lived in Kochi for almost 35 years and couldn’t find a decent enough place to buy some authentic north Indian sweets. In 2013, the owners of this shop took matters to their own hands and started a whole sale shop that sells Paneer. Their paneer was so successful by 2016 almost all the major hotels started using their paneer.
They didn’t stop at that and step by step they started introducing authentic north Indian and especially Bengali sweets. Owners of the restaurant, who are originally from Bengal – the sweets capital of India, put all their family experience in the field to bring out quality products. They started their retail shop only in 2016, but that small place beneath their production unit is already a sensation in the city.
The varieties of sweets to choosefrom itself are a delight. Rabidi, Avar Khabo, Raj Bhoj, Kesar Mala Roast, Chenna Payesh, Kala Jamun, Lady Kenny, Malai Pakizha, Malai Chom ..... thus goes on the list of north Indian sweets varieties from this shop. In that many items like Rabdi, a Rajasthani sweet, is available only here. On an average day you will have a choice of over 20 – 30 sweets to choose from, or you can pre order any of their vast varieties of sweets if you want them in large quantity.
Mango Lassi, Rasmalai, Kheer Kodom, Rasgula, Sondesh, Muffins etc are their most famous items regularly purchased by many of their walk in customers. As retailing of sweets is not their primary focus now, the whole shop is just one tastefully designed room with no dine in space and coz of the same reason they don’t have much of a parking space but you can park on the road side.
Even after all these inconveniences you can always see a group of people clustered around the shop having the sweets or buying them, which is in a way shows the appreciation people have for their items. When you are coming from Kadavanthra, just go beside the Kathrikadavu railway bridge and this shop will be located on the right side of the bridge.
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