Friday Finds ☆ The Baker’s Dozen in Mumbai, India

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I apologize for the tardy Friday Finds! When my life needs to be prioritized, blogging, my hobby, has to be secondary and that often happens.

I would like to introduce you to my favorite baker in Mumbai. I’m a big fan of Challah bread and the Baker’s Dozen makes great Challah bread! I first learned about The Baker’s Dozen through, an online grocery website in India. I ordered some Challah bread made by The Baker’s Dozen sold on Foodesto and I was very pleased with it. I liked every bread I tried from The Baker’s Dozen. I would love for them to make real New York style bagels as well if they are open to any requests! When Foodesto delivered my order, the Baker’s Dozen bread came in an adorable white paper bag with lovely typography (shown below). I love stores that put values on its style and design. Needless to say, I already fell in love with The Baker’s Dozen.



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I purchased banana walnut bread and Challah bread this time. They were delicious!


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The Baker’s Dozen
4, 13/B, Pali Road, Shakti Raj CHS
Pali Hill, Bandra West, Mumbai
PHONE: 022 26451313
*Next to Gold’s Gym

9, Jayant Apartment, Opposite Mercedes-Benz Showroom,, Near Century Bazaar, Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400025, India
PHONE:+91 99 20 101313
HOURS: 8:00 am – 9:00 pm


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  1. says

    Yum! This bakery looks delicious! I am such a sucker for good bread :) You’re a fan of NY bagels? I love them too! The bagels in Japan are just bread with holes in them… Seriously. Whenever I find a “real” bagel here, it’s a pretty big deal 😉

    • says

      I am a huge bagel head! I had the same experience here! Donut shaped bread with a label “bagel” is often spotted in Mumbai, too. It will be a big deal to find real bagels here for me, too!

  2. says

    Oooh, a bagel conversation! Count me in! Your bakery looks amaaazing, Kaho! I am in awe of the fact that you can get challah in Mumbai. I guess I should not be surprised, huh? My mother-in-law makes hers from scratch every week for Shabbat! I don’t think anyone in Tokyo sells it, though, or maybe I just haven’t been in the right bakery. Gorgeous pics, Kayo! Yum.

    • says

      Thank you, Malibelle! I don’t know any place in Tokyo that sells Challah bread, either. I’m sure Japanese people love it, too.

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