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Kandoi means a confectioner. And for centuries, it is invariably prefixed to the name of the sweet maker as a sign of respect to the title of his profession. For 150 years, the house of Kandoi Bhogilal Mulchand has maintained and nurtured the sweet making tradition. Their closely guarded recipes have distinguished the name for a century and a half in India, and in many parts of the world. From 1845 when the ancestors of the current owners started selling mithais in the walled city, Kandoi Bhogilal Mulchand has built an enviable reputation for its sweets. Today, their mithai shops are brimming with customers and almost every Gujarati swears by their Kesar Monthaal.
"Kandoi Bhogilal Mulchand has been a part of happy occasions since five generations, maintaining a high quality of trust and satisfaction." - Times of India
"Times food Award 2015 " - Times of India
"Times food Award 2009,2008 " - Times of India.