• This 'Nankhatai' from Dotivala, one of the oldest bakeries in India, is a popular North Indian sweet biscuit flavoured with nutmeg and cardamom.
• The biscuit is soft and melts in your mouth made with the finest quality of Ghee.
• Can be eaten anywhere and at any time or Dunk it in your tea while eating to feel the magic of these biscuits.
Net weight: 500 gms
Shelf Life: 3 months
Taste Profile: Sweet
During their in reign India, the Dutch established in Surat a warehouse on Dutch Road, in which five Parsee gentlemen were employed to make loaves of bread.
When the Dutch left India at the end of their rule they handed over their ovens to one of our ancestors Mr Faramji Pestonji Dotivala. Faramji continued to supply pieces of bread to the remaining colonials.
They are the pioneers of this industry and have survived over two centuries and six generations due to emphasis on high production standards and excellent quality and long term straightforward dealings.
The biscuits were greasy and full of oil
Superior quality.. Lesser sugar
I had gone through the history of the bakery was expecting the taste and experience to be extraordinary but was a ordinary nankatai