Angan : The Sweet dish paradise in Kathmandu: Any celebrations without sweet look incomplete. We often celebrate the good news and festival days with offering sweets to the guests who come to visit us or we go to our relative’s house with some sweets as a gift which creates the bonding after a long visit too.
Nepal is a land of festivals and the best part about this is, if you ask anyone a question on how a particular festival is celebrated in their community or region, the immediate answer would be – by sharing and eating sweets or mithai and lots of them
The variety of sweets prepared is countless, and each sweet recipe has several regional variations to it.
Angan, Present the sub-continental Indian & Nepali in savories in Nepal for the sweets – lover where you will find very popular sweets-container and Fast Food collection like Angan offers a range of specialties for their valued guests in every aspect of their service & features.Besides a wide variety of delicious & healthy.
The food served here is totally vegetarian and the sweets are made from pure clarified butter which increases the storage period and the taste is noteworthy and awesome.Angan is the best place in Nepal for all sweet lovers from the world over to look for. The store offers a whole range of truly traditional sumptuous sweets including laddus, khoya items, dry fruits, sweets, bakery items, Bengali sweets and many more, all 100% vegetarian!
Today Angan’s sweets are popular in Nepal due to its taste, high quality, and extensive variety.They preserve the highest quality and pledge to bring the authentic exquisite taste to all the sweet lovers in Nepal. They prepare special sweets to suit all your needs for various occasions such as engagements, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays and get together.
You will never be disappointed with the service and taste of the sweets available there. Angan has five outlets in Kathmandu, one in Biratnagar and one in Pokhara.You can get to taste the sweets reaching their outlets which are Newroad, Putalisadak, Gyaneshwor, Tripureshwor, Lazimpat in Kathmandu.