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Tharu Sweets Mukhi Bhandar

Khar West
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Tharu Sweets Mukhi Bhandar Reviews and Ratings - Khar West, Mumbai


Rated 5.0 by Ambreen Shaikh

Tharu Mukhi Bandhar is located at Khar West right opposite Oriental palace hotel and attracts a family crowd. It is one of the most popular and old sweet shops in the area where they serve traditional desi ghee delicacies. If you are a fan of sweets and food items made in desi ghee you must visit this place as it has a variety of amazing deserts and some traditional sindhi food items. Since childhood I have visited this place especially to eat aaloo tikki and chole it's one of my favourite as the aaloo tikki is very crispy and nicely fried from the outside and inside there is a very good filling of chana dal semi spicy mixture with some dry fruits in the centre. The Chole served here is little dark in color but it has great flavours of the traditional Indian spices. Their Sev Barfi is one of the most best selling sweet, they also serve Pista halwa, Mahn ka ladoo, Malai peda, Balushahi, dal pakwaan, sindhi curry, gulab jamiun etc... which are all delicious. The Owners and staff are also very nice. Only the prices can be better as compared to other sweet shops it's little expensive. There is also a small wooden bench seating outside incase you want to have any quick bites here. My Experience Taste: Delicious Crowd: Family Staff: Good Service: Quick Ambience: OK Quantity: Decent Quality: Great Parking: Not Available Price: Moderate to Expensive Overall Value for Money: 5*/5 (as I have very fond childhood memories of this place) For more reviews follow @foodhist.journey on Instagram and facebook.


Rated 4.0 by Sanika Shetye

May, 2018 Who doesn't like being gifted a box or two full of Indian sweets! I hadn't heard of Tharu Sweets until last night when a family member got 2 boxes of kaju katri and a pack of rabdi from there. The kaju katri vanished within minutes of opening the box. Needless to say, they were yummy! There were 2 types in it. One with saffron and one sans it. I liked the saffron one a little more than the non saffron one. Next was rabdi. One spoon and you'll take off to paradise. Thick, rich, creamy, just the right amount of sweetness with a dash of dry fruits. This is what completes any meal. *MUST TRY* Both, the kaju katri and rabdi came neatly packed. Plus points for that. I cannot comment on the pricing or the service since this goodness came to my doorstep as a gift. The taste wow-ed me, so I'll definitely drop by to have some more.


Rated 4.0 by Riya Goswami

The best place for any sindhi to hog on a sunday for those delicious juicy pattices & dal pakwaans. A bit expensive for one person but worth the expense. Best dishes are :- Dal pakwaan, Pattice, All possible sweets


Rated 1.0 by Madhu Sippy

Holi is not the time to visit this place. I ordered two kgs of Ghewar a typical Sindhi delicacy and 250 grams of panigiri..I was shocked to c that while I was billed 3100 for my total order I wasn’t provided the items billed. Without so much staff and crazy crowd, this is time when u get cheated. I have faced this issue second time in the row and I am really disappointed


Rated 5.0 by Sarita

Try out the Sev Burfi one of the best, not unnecessarily sweet. The place may not have a huge variety but one can can swear on the quality of the sweets you will get here