Tasty Corner- Snack lover’s delight

Few days ago I visited Tasty Corner which is one of the popular snack joint in South Kolkata.  Being an ex student of South Point this shop is connected to me as an integral part of my school days.  I used to grab a plate Kachuri and sweets from here on way to home from school most of the time.  Tasty corner is much more than just a sweet’s corner and perfect place you can eat delicious Indian snacks and end up with some delicious sweets.

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The shop since then has changed to a better decor and added many items to its kitty. It is  located in the bylanes of Ballygunge, close to South Point junior school.  They offer a wide variety of sweets, from enormous rosogulla to yummy goja.

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I ate Hing Kachori(Asafetida Flavoured Deep Fried Puris) along with aloo curry or potato gravy. They are too tasty and mindblowing. Finally I ate Jalebi which is also a popular sweet in which crisp deep fried refined flour and yogurt batter spirals dunked in saffron sugar syrup and it tastes yum.

Most of the times the place remains crowded inspite of that their servicing was perfect. Prices were very pocket friendly and food quality was top class.

I had a great time there and snack lovers can give it a try.

Address

18, Anil Moitra Road, Mandeville Gardens, Ballygunge, Kolkata, India

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46 Comments Add yours

  1. jyo says:

    Wow the kachori looks really amazing ✌✌ and nice review too ✌✌

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot 🙂

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks 🙂

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  2. That looks delicious .

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks 🙂

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks

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  3. That looks delicious!!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks

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  4. Hi Mistimaan– this looks like a delicious snack! Isn’t it great to have old favorite places that you go back to?? Fun post!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot for stopping by Rhonda…..yes many memories of mine attached with that place 🙂

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  5. Sandhya says:

    The kachori is mouthwatering and rosogolla is my absolute favorite dessert!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks Sandhya 🙂

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  6. seems you had a great time 🙂

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Yes a lot 🙂

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  7. Sounds like an amazing place! Definitely go back to visit!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks 🙂

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  8. Liz says:

    That looks ridiculously delicious. I just love Indian food!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks Liz 🙂 Are you in India?

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  9. bestylechic says:

    following your blog from now on..do follow please:)

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot for following……I followed you 🙂

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  10. bestylechic says:

    one of my favourite food joint

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  11. Looks scrumptious! Great review.

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot 🙂

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  12. You are tempting me to go to kolkatta and have this.

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    1. mistimaan says:

      I am inviting you…..please come to Kolkata and taste it 🙂

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      1. So kind of you. Thanks dear

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      2. mistimaan says:

        Most welcome

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  13. My Real Dish says:

    Sometimes little “hole in the wall” places have the best food!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks

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  14. Sneha Modi says:

    I m from Kolkata n I miss this a lot

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Come to Kolkata again 🙂

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      1. Sneha Modi says:

        Next year I will .. sure

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  15. I wish snacks like these were so common around here! That plate looks like a special treat to me.

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot for stopping by 🙂

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  16. After your comment on my post – thank you 🙂 by the way – I had to come and see your blog.
    This post made my mouth water (and it’s only breakfast time here in Australia!) I have to visit India one day soon! All the best to you, really like your blog 🙂

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Thanks a lot for stopping by…..I will be waiting for you to come to India 🙂

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  17. Jalabi reminds me of our funnel cakes, here, although funnel cakes aren’t soaked in a syrup and are just dusted with powdered sugar. What a fun time you must have had eating and reliving memories!

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    1. mistimaan says:

      Yeah absolutely

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  18. I used to live in Mandeville Gardens! Can’t believe I’m reading about Tasty Corner. It was a staple.

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    1. mistimaan says:

      As an ex student of South Point Tasty corner was always close to my heart. So you miss it now??

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      1. Yes, I miss it now! No replication of that taste anywhere here! 🙂 I lived right beside south point. Haha.

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      2. mistimaan says:

        By the way i miss my school also….hehe

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