Embark on a Sweet Journey With Hajiali’s Treats

Published: 29th November 2014 06:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th November 2014 06:37 AM   |  A+A-


MM ROAD:  Regulars to eateries on MM Road, Frazer Town have one more option for a quick fix of shakes and sandwiches. The famous  juice centre from Maximum City opened doors to Bangaloreans last year and the owners say the response has been tremendous.

Taste of Mumbai HajiAli Juice Centre is a juice and dessert lover's paradise.

Juices, special faluda cream, dry fruit cream and seasonal fruits with cream are some of the fastest moving items apart from their elaborate spread of burgers and pizzas. Like their iconic kiosk in Mumbai, this outlet too does justice to the creamy delights they whip up.

Sitaphal cream and strawberry cream remain the favourites. Out of their extensive menu we picked out Kulfi Faluda, Chocolate Faluda and Butterscotch Faluda.

These sweet gooey concoctions are flavourful and crunchy. Crispy dry fruits lend the right amount of tang. Vermicelli, tapioca pearls and an assortment of colourful syrups blend well in this drink. We next tried their Sitaphal Cream. This dessert is fresh and the cream does not overpower the subtle flavours and texture of the fruit. Fresh strawberries with cream is another winner.

 Give this joint a try if you like your desserts rich, sinful and creamy. The juices start at ` 65, the falooda is priced between `105-125 and the fruit ice creams are priced between ` 125 and 140.  They also have all-vegetarian menu of savoury eats and snacks including sandwiches, burgers, pizzas and rolls, all of which are competitively priced starting at ` 65.


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