My family and I have been faithful patrons of Kayani Bakery for over 3 decades. Every visit is a delightful return into the flavorful world of pastry, cakes and biscuits backed by the honest goodness of a long serving if slightly eccentric Parsi/Iranian family whose 3rd Generation is now on the front lines.
Kayani's renowned Shrewsbury biscuit has spawned several imitations but none are a patch on the original and if anyone living in or hailing from Western India (at the very least) claims that they have not heard of it, they are probably living in a cave. With such exotic names as the 'khari' and the 'elaichi butter' competing with 'wine' and 'cheese' biscuits for the customer's daily affections, it is a wonder - as a previous poster commented - why statistical analysis has not led to increased production of some perpetual favorites. However, that may very well be the reason for Kayani's immortality. I challenge first time visitors to Pune to skip this gem at your own peril.
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