Hurrems in Mumbai, is India’s first-of-its-kind Baklava confectionery!

Offering us delectable Turkish delights , Hurrem's is all the rage in the city.

Being a dessertarian in Mumbai comes with its endless perks. Every other day, the city is brimming with newness, which broads the dessert horizon of the city like no other. You name it and the city's (mostly) got it! Along similar lines, the city has recently become home to one-of-a-kind confectionery and cafe, right in the middle of Fort district.

Hurrems offers an extensive and divergent range of authentic Turkish local dishes such as Baklava, Pide, Borek, traditional Turkish tea and coffee, Kunefe, halwas and so on. The spot for decadent Turkish desserts, especially baklava, has remained unexampled for quite some time but now that's a thing of the past when in Mumbai.

What's Good?

As soon you enter the store, you'll know that it ain't nothing like your neighbourhood confectionery or cafe. The interiors exude a royal swanky vibe and it instantly transports you to somewhere far away from the rushing city outside of its boundaries. With lush red drapes, hanging lights and aesthetically designed windows, Hurrems is doling out some of the most delicious baklavas we've ever tasted.

They have 15 variants of baklava on their menu, ranging from the classics to contemporary flavours and these melt-in-the-mouth desserts are churned out of ancestral recipes of the owners. However, pistachios are omnipresent in the offering at this confectionary and we have no complaints!

Besides the vast amalgamation of sugary delights on their menu, Hurrems also has savoury snacks to go along with the palatable desserts. Try out any of the soups, the spinach borek and of course the cheese pide when here and you'll be bowled over completely.

Knock Knock

Hurrems has honestly left no stone unturned, to ensure that our entire experience is authentic as it can be, without the extra costs of Turkey flight tickets from Mumbai. The baklava here is a mood-lifter so come over for a serving of this tender dessert with a cup of Turkish coffee on the side. If you've been looking for date ideas, this is where you should drop by with bae.

Location: Taj Building, Dr. Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Azad Maidan, Fort, Mumbai

Cost: ₹800 for two people (approx.)

Timings: 10 am – 9 pm

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