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Thread: Christmas 2017: The Oldest and Most popular Bakeries in India

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    Albert Bakery, Bengaluru

    Almost 114 years old, Albert Bakery is located on Mosque Road in Frazer town. The bakery is currently managed by the father-son duo — Nawab Jan and Sabir Faizan. Apart from croissants, pastries, cakes, and freshly baked bread, their Mutton Kheema Samosas, Kova Naan and Salt Butter Biscuits come highly recommended. Albert Bakery is commonly known for its evening snacks available every day after 3 pm.

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    Smith Field Bakery, Chennai

    Established in 1885, this bakery still dishes out some of the best sweet buns, bread, and ‘T’ cakes baked with natural wood fire. It is the only bakery in the city to use this traditional method for baking. The bakery has seen two World Wars and even supplied bread for free at the time since there was a shortage of food. Cakes made with almond, plum, lemon, strawberry, chocolate and walnut, horse shoe cakes, puffs made of mutton, chicken, egg — the bakery satisfies every taste bud. The most favoured baked item in the shop continues to be bread.

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