Namaste Nepal ..

“I’m not a vegetarian! I’m a dessertarian!”

They is no doubt that Bengali sweets taste best in the world and Bengal has a golden history of hundreds of years in this field and they have invented many new sweets. The creativity in sweet making and its artistic presentation was something that undoubtedly brought fame to Bengal.

The sweet shop spoils you for choice with extensive options, with each having a unique taste. The shop itself a legend in the world of Bengali sweets makers. All sweets are excellent, but my all time favorites are Golap Sandesh and Kadaisutir Khsata Kachuri. They have been mastering their hands on Indian sweets. They serve some lip smacking sweets without compromising the quality.

IMG_20170325_094112IMG_20170325_102331IMG_20170325_094134This sweett shop stable customer base which throngs his shop all day to buy the fresh rasgollas, rose sandesh, Malai sandesh and the Bengali speciality sandesh. Just as popular as his sweets are his snacks — mainly samosas, and kachoris.

This is ine of the best sweet shops of Kolkata offering variety of sweets and snack cooked with probably best quality ingredients.

The Mithai We Had :

Gond Sandesh – IMG_20170325_104930

Malai Sandesh – IMG_20170325_095334

Gulab Patti Sandesh  –


Rasmalai –



Mango Roll –


Kesar Roll  –


Chenna Roll – IMG_20170325_091726

Chupa Rustam – IMG_20170325_093050

Chocolate Sandesh –


Choco Rice Ball –


Chenna Payesh –


Baked Chamcham – IMG_20170325_085959

Chinese Stoodle – IMG_20170325_115645

Paneer Focaccia –


Idly Dhokla –


Gur Talsash – IMG_20170325_120355
Rasgulla – IMG_20170325_120416
Kaju Diamond – IMG_20170325_121355
Kaju Poori – IMG_20170325_121409
Kaju Anjeer – IMG_20170325_121559

Kaju Butterscotch – IMG_20170325_121612

I don’t want to say about this shop to kolkatans as this brand is already very popular in Kolkata. If you are from outside of Kolkata and here for visit, please visit the shop otherwise you will miss a very important thing of Kolkata. Nestled away from the hustle of Kolkata,  Nepal Sweets has a buzz of its own. As the name suggests, it initially started as a sweet shop which later expanded to  chat, dry snacks ! If you expect loud, ‘in your face’ flavors, this may not be the best place for you. Its USP lies in its freshness and simplicity, with subtle yet tasty flavors. You will surely enjoy your experience if you go there to eat and not critique!

Thanks Siddharth Gupta for the invitation !

First ever Bloggers Meet at Nepal Sweets ! A Sweet Memory Indeed !!

Nepal Sweets Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Yummylicious 😍 Rasgulla is my all time favourite!!


    1. Thank You for your valuable comment !! Its my fav too !


  2. nathaswami says:

    Tell me the reliable shop where Bengali sweets are available in Chennai


    1. Dear, I have never been into Chennai !! I can take a call on Kolkata

      Liked by 1 person

  3. RahulYuvi says:

    ah ! I am feeling all very hungry seeing your clicks.Besides, Nepal indeed is a beautiful country .I too recently travelled to Nepal with my family and couldn’t resist the urge to pen down my travel experience through Nepal covering Kathmandu,Pokhara,Bhaktapur & Nagarkot, though i wish I had read your blog earlier so that I could have tasted some wonderful deserts there.Nevertheless ,here you go


    1. Thank You for your appreciation !

      Liked by 1 person

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