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8 Bakeries in Bangalore that will Bake their way into your heart


There are those fancy Bakers with their super fancy fondants and we can’t get enough of their baked goodies. Their cakes, pastries and cookies are to die for. But then there is the other kind of bakery. The one who brings up nostalgic memories of a childhood gone by where we saved every paise to buy that particular honey cake which just melts in your mouth.
One whiff of the aroma of these local bakeries in the evening signifies it’s time for that chai and egg puff. People throng like bees to honey and if you’ve ever tasted some of the freshly baked goodies and you will know why. 
Here we have picked out for you 8 Local Bakeries in Bangalore.

1. Albert Bakery 

The 112-year-old bakery is easily the city’s oldest and has been upholding a gastronomical tradition over the decades.

2. All Saints

They serve some delicious baked pastries and their puffs are a must-try. 

3. Thoms Bakery

You need to taste their plum cakes here!

4. Koshy’s Bakery

Head to Koshy’s Bakery for some freshly baked goodies!

5. Iyengar Bakery

The reputation of Iyengar’s Bakery in Bangalore is unprecedented. 

6. Excelsior Bakery

Their Japanese cakes, apple cakes and veg puffs are the talk of the town!

7. Fatima Bakery

A plum treat for everyone!

8. O.G. Variar & Sons Bakery

One of the oldest and the best. Old is Gold!
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  1. I agree with a lot of the points you made in this article. If you are looking for the Bakery Warrnambool, then visit Gallo Bakery. I appreciate the work you have put into this and hope you continue writing on this subject.

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