India’s Five Most Popular Bakeries
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Regional cuisine may be the country’s specialty, but India is also united in its love for baked goods. From bun maska to Shrewsbury biscuits, India’s bakeries have given customers a taste of everything that comes out of their ovens. Here are five Indian bakeries that have gone on to become very popular:


A couple with the last name Flury founded Kolkata’s sweetheart Flury’s in 1927. It was earlier a tearoom frequented by the British and well off Indians. Flury’s has retained food items from its early years to keep its heritage alive. In the 1970s, new dishes like beans on toast were added. The place was refurbished in 2004 but the exterior and large French windows have remained as they were.