Commit a Decadent Sin, Order these Ambrosial Cakes & Bakes!

Cuisines: Bakery

Filters: Home Delivery

Attributes: Desserts, Home made

 

Ever thought of a great cake design and tried giving an order for a customized cake?  Most of the times, either the presentation lets you down, or the taste.  Here’s where Second Sin comes to your rescue. 

A home bakery started by Pallu Newatia due to her sheer passion for baking. Her love doesn’t just stop at baking, she also likes to experiment with new recipes and items. The only rule that that follows is to never compromise with the quality and taste. And you will feel the richness of the ingredients in each bite of her desserts. And not only the taste, the desserts look so tempting that you won’t be able to resist. The presentation is flawless. Apart from cakes, she also makes cupcakes, cake pops, granola bars and cookies.  

Another difficulty that people often face is of finding eggless cakes. Okay, let me rephrase that, it is REALLY HARD to find a DELICIOUS eggless cakes. Mainly because eggs are used to make the cake softer. Surprisingly, this one has found a way around that too.  Second Sin offers the fluffiest eggless cakes in town. You simply cannot make out the difference between a cake that contains eggs and an eggless one. 

The best part is, it's home delivery only bakery. And since there are best known for their timely deliveries, you know there won’t be any delays. 

So just pick up your phone and have delicious cakes delivered to your doorstep.

Address: Parel. (They offer home delivery only!)
Call to Order: 9820050864
E-mail: pallunew@gmail.com
Fb Page: https://www.facebook.com/SecondSinBakes/

Author Credit: Anny Thakkar

Picture Credit: Second Sin

 

Tags: second sin, desserts

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