-By Swati Sucharita
Who doesn’t know Sri Krishna Sweets in South India for the so-popular Mysore Pak. This is a brand name in Tamil Nadu and it has made the sweet (Mysore Pak) - which was infamous for its hard texture - into something that simply melts as you pop it in. But there’s definitely more to Krishna than just Mysore Pak, because as far as sweets are concerned, Sri Krishna comes in full strength - some eighty varieties of ghee and milk sweets. Kalakand, Burfi, Laddoo, Chamcham, Badam, Pista, Jamun, Rasmalai, etc are some varieties of sweets you can pick up. And there are more than forty odd varieties of savouries and namkeens including Sada Mixture and Cashew Fry to tickle your taste buds. The prices are reasonable. And this is one sweet shop that’s kept spic and span and sets itself high standards to live up to. So, it does not come as a surprise that Sri Krishna Sweets has a huge fan following.
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I never knew the delicious taste of Mysore Pak until I experienced the same at the Sri Krishna Sweets Private Limited. This mithai shop has been making sinful Indian sweets from its inception and their Mysore Pak is the best in the city. In other sweets, I prefer Chamcham, jamun and Kalakand of this place and also their namkeen variety is impressive. Sri Krishna Sweets Private Limited is that mithai shop that has all desi mithais cooked with authentic recipe.
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