Spoilt for choices

Spoilt for choices


Spoilt for choices

AUTHENTIC An inside view of the eatery.

Sri Venkateshwara Sweetmeat Stall on Gandhi Bazaar Main Road offers a variety of sweets that promise to satiate your cravings.

This eatery which was started by Vishnuprasada and Hari in 2002 has become popular with the people living in the vicinity and those from afar.

“My grandfather V A Venkatachalapathi Setty started this in 1954 at Balepet. After the property was divided, my brother and I planned to set it up in Gandhi Bazaar,” explains Vishnuprasada.

They recently opened an outlet in Jayanagar. This eatery serves an array of delicacies from sweets to chaats and namkeens.

This eatery stands out for its hygiene and good quality of the product. “People come here for the cleanliness and quality of the products. We never compromise on that at any cost.
Customer satisfaction is our primary goal,” says Vishnuprasada.

The Mysore Pak is a favourite among people. There is also badam halwa, dumroot, special variety of kaju sweets and the delicious Bengali sweets.

The namkeens include bittergourd chips, pancharatna mixture, dry fruit mixture, kaju pepper badam masala, potato mixture, kaju masala and much more.

The menu for the snacks are elaborate. The chaats vary from dahi samosa, channa masala chaat, cutlet chole, katori chaat, dahi tikiya, jhal muri, paneer vegetable samosa chaat and veg rolls apart from the usual pani puri and bhel puri.

This place also has innovative chaats like rasgulla chaat and veg roll chaat
which come in different flavours.

This place also offers a wide range of paranthas as well. One can try the aloo, gobi, lacha paranthas.

It also has chole batura, veg burger and sandwich to cater to different tastes.
Apart from this, there’s chilled lassi and thick milkshake which make for a meal by itself. All these delicacies are light on the pocket and are quite filling. 

This place is frequented by students and office goers from in and around Gandhi Bazaar.
G Raghavendra, a businessman says, “The choice of sweets and chaats here
are good, especially pani puri and dahi samosa chaat. The place is clean, has good
ambience and the service is also quick.”

Niveditha Kashyap, who works for a private firm says the first thing she thinks of when she is hungry, is this eatery.

“The aloo parantha here tastes great and the quantity is also filling. I come here with my colleagues at least twice a week, just to relish the ‘chaats’,” she says.

Samskruthi, a student says, “My friends and  I come here every other day after classes for a quick bite. This is one of the cleanest eateries I have seen in Gandhi Bazaar and I simply love digging into the chaats here.” 

The place is open on all days between 8 am and 10 pm.