A good dessert after a meal is definitely the ultimate level of satisfaction. It is an instant serotonin boost and the perfect finale for your meal. So here are our top 10 best dessert spots in Thrissur for our Gedis who ‘sugar coat’ everything with their sweet tooth. Let’s get to counting our memories and not our calories, shall we?
Zeugar Sugar Free
Zeugar is the go-to place for anyone who wants to savour sweet treats without worrying about calories or diabetes. Located near Punkunnam Church at Thrissur, Zeugar is a one-of-a-kind dessert store that serves treats made by using safe sugar substitutes such as maltose and stevia. They retail a wide range of sweets that include jar cakes, sundaes, pudding, milkshakes and sweets, all of which are sugar-free and 40-60% low in calories. Zeugar products are available for delivery on Zomato.
Bikash Babu Sweets
Kochi’s favourite Bikash Babu Sweets is now in the Pooram city too. The recently opened store in Ikkanda Warrier Road is already a fan favourite among many. Famous for its authentic Bengali and North Indian Sweets, the restaurant also offers a wide variety of chaats and North Indian snacks. Malai Sandwich, Paneer Jalebi with Rabdi and Carrot Halwa are some of the best sellers and are available for delivery on both Swiggy and Zomato.
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C’sons has been a hotspot for ice creams and sundaes for years now, known to almost every foodie in Thrissur. The café serves a wide variety of shakes, mocktails, cakes and ice creams which are moderately priced and immaculate in taste. The four seasons sundae, Blue Lady and Brownie Ice cream are top picks among many. C’sons is available for delivery on Zomato and Swiggy.
How can we make a list of dessert destinations without including the world-famous Baskin Robbins? The brand has been serving pure ice creams with yummy taste and flavour for years now and is still a go-to ice cream parlour for many. Thrissur has two outlets, one in Punkunnam and the other in East Fort. Belgian Bliss, Cotton Candy, Alphonso Mango are our top picks. What are you waiting for? Go ahead, and order yourself some really good ice-creams. Baskin Robbins is available for delivery on Zomato.
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A crunchy waffle married with a twist of flavours sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? Well, you don’t need to go far. Instead, pack your gang and head out to Waffee House at Selex Mall for your perfect evening outing. Luscious pancakes and waffles in different flavours are the star attractions of the menu here. Triple chocolate pancake, Nasty Nutella waffle, Lotus waffle and Blueberry cream cheese pancakes are a few of the best sellers – all available on Zomato. It is definitely one of the best dessert spots in Thrissur.
Dessi Cuppa is a perfect spot for your college/school gang as it has a pocket-friendly menu including a wide variety of ice creams, shakes, mocktails and juices. All four outlets in Thrissur are packed in the evenings owing to their huge success in the city. The Dessi Cuppa Falooda, Oreo Mud and Snickers Crumble are some of the most loved items on the menu. Dessi Cuppa is available on Zomato.
The Lilly’s Delicacies
Classy, exquisite and luxurious is what The Lilly’s Delicacies near Vadakke Stand, Thrissur stands for. The menu is a blockbuster with sinful desserts that are high in demand. Each pastry is a roller coaster ride right into heaven. The New York cheesecake is one such among the menu that is much loved by many. The patisserie also offers home delivery by dropping a text on their WhatsApp number +91 9562788882.
Located near St Thomas College, Corniche Resto is a perfect hangout spot for your evening chill. Beautiful ambience and a lip-smacking menu are the icings on the cake. The brownie ice cream here is famous for its rich favour and texture. The tres leches cake, Tiramus and chocolate waffle are also a favourite among many regular customers. Corniche Resto is available for delivery on Zomato.
Here are our favourite dessert spots in Thrissur. Have we missed out on any? Let us know in the comments below.
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