by The Coffee Addict Aiyappa
On the 60 ft. road, this bakery is on the left as you come towards the Canara bank. Though we have been buying bread from them for about two years, about 6 months ago I sampled their cake rusk (A Cross between a cake and rusk, addictive with a cup of chai! ) and baked “Nippattu”, a typical south Indian thin and flat savory, but baked instead of fried. Unlike other places, they hand out samples in abundance and I ended up buying the cake rusk and the Nippattu a dozen times. In fact a friend from US requested me to buy from them when I went in December and they were quite happy with it. In fact the best I have had so far anywhere! Their honey cake brought the nostalgia of childhood treats and the banana walnut cake though was available just once was awesome. Their masala peanuts (For some reason called Congress Kadle beeja) is a tad more on hing (asafoetida) but nice otherwise . The only feedback would be to keep the spice of the Nippattu consistent. At times it can get a little too spicy and once I received a batch that was baked slightly under and I submitted the feedback. They are normally busy, but the staff is generally attentive and help clarify. The prices are quite reasonable and off late they also provide fiber carry bags instead of plastic.