There is no shortage of ‘baking’ shops in Kathgong.
They are all popular places to shop, with the majority of them offering both traditional and new recipes.
Here is a look at some of the most popular places offering fresh-baked goodies.1.
Argentina Bakery, Argentia, IndiaThis is a typical bakery in Argentias traditional bakery.
The decor is elegant and the bakery is open 24 hours a day.
The bakery is located on a narrow street in Argonia.2.
Argun Bagh, Amritsar, IndiaArgun Bags are popular amongst Indian food lovers.
The Argun Bag Bakery is a popular location for eating and dining in Amritsgari.
It offers a variety of foods ranging from the vegetarian cuisine to traditional Indian dishes.
The bakery is closed during monsoon season, but the atmosphere is still pretty nice.3.
Bishan Bagels, Pune, IndiaA Bishana Bagh is an Indian dessert that is made of chutney, yogurt, rice and sugar.
The ingredients are very similar to a Bakeshop.4.
Cakes & Pastries, Delhi, IndiaCakes & pastries is a very popular dessert and is a favourite among Indians.
It is usually served with hot and sweet bread.
It also has an interesting history.
The owners of the restaurant are famous for their cakes and pastries.5.
Kolkata Bakery & Cafe, Kolkatawala, IndiaOne of the best places to eat in Kolkats home city of Kolkati.
The Kolkatan Bakery has a variety that includes fried chicken, chicken curry, chicken nuggets, chicken korma and many more.
It was founded by the son of a famous politician, Jai Dhar and his daughter.
The owners also serve the most famous Indian dishes like chicken and lentil curry.6.
Pune/Delhi, IndiaKuchibhatla Bakeries has an unusual history.
It started out as a private bakery.
In 2004, the family opened a Kuchbhotla restaurant on the premises of the old Madras Hotel.
It now serves Indian dishes, like chicken kabob, chicken chutneys, rotis, roti kebabs and more.7.
AmritSaravan Bakes, Agra, IndiaAmrits Saravan Baking is the best Indian bakery in Agra.
Its one of the biggest in the city.
It has a big menu, including a range of sweets, cakes, and desserts.
Its located in Amita Bazaar, a busy area of the city, with over 200 shops and eateries.8.
Chintamani Baking, Mumbai, IndiaThe famous Chintami Baking has its roots in the old Chintama Baking Company in Nagpur.
Its a popular place to buy cakes and sweets.
Its closed during the monsoon.9.
Kavitha Bakery and Cafe, Amol, IndiaIt has a very famous history.
The Kavitaka Bakery opened in 1956, and its owner was former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Manish Sisodia.
He opened the restaurant in 1971, and today has around 10,000 outlets.10.
Gurgaon Bakes & Cafe (Sagarajya), Gurgaons, IndiaGurgaon is a city of about 40,000 people located in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
The Bakery which has its origins in a bakery in the southern state of Himachal Pradesh, has been operating in the Gurgaoner area since the late 70s.
Its a popular spot for lunch, dinner, and a speciality food in Gurgaones eateries including the Bishamani Bakery of Gurgaona and the Kavat Bakes of Gwalior.11.
Banikshaw Bakes (Pune), PuneA Banikshwak is an all-you-can-eat restaurant that is the hub of the local Banikingas Bakery in Pune.
It’s known for its Indian-style biryani, fried chicken and beef and it serves traditional and modern Indian food.
It even has a vegetarian menu.12.
Tandoori Bakery (Srinagar), IndiaA famous Banikeshwak in Srinagar.
Its famous for its Tandori (tandoor) rice cakes and fried chicken.13.
Gurdaspur Baking & Cafe , Gurdapur, IndiaIts the heart of Gurdaps Bazaar in Gurdarpur, a bustling, bustling area of Kannauj.
Its also a popular area for shopping.14.
Sargam Bakes , PuneThis is an authentic Banikanas Bakary located in Punes.
It sells fresh