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Adyar Ananda Bhavan Restaurant opens in Farwaniya
September 9, 2015, 1:48 pm
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Adyar Ananda Bhavan Sweets & Restaurant (A2B) , a popular eatery and variety sweets shop, opened its first branch on 2 September 2015 on the first floor of Daijani Complex, which is located on Habeeb Al Munawar Street, next to Xcite Alghanim, in Farwaniya.

The restaurant was inaugurated by the embassy’s Deputy Chief of Mission Subhashish Goldar in the presence of a large gathering of VIPs and dignitaries including Srinivasa Raja (Managing Director of Adayar Ananda Bhavan Pvt Ltd), Mr. Musaed Al Sayer, Mr. Fahed and Mr. Daijani were present. Around 700 guests of the event were treated to exclusive sweets and dishes courtesy of the management.

The complete floor of the 10,000 sq ft has been designed to accommodate a spacious dining area, a long sweet and snacks counter, family rooms, an Akshaya party hall (suitable for more than 200 people) and an Aishwarya meeting room which can be used for the corporate meetings and various other small parties as well.  The interior was carefully fitted with eye catching details and furnishings of a high standard to provide a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for patrons. 

Adyar Ananda Bhavan Sweets and Snacks restaurant caters to all sections of the Indian community in Kuwait. From the sweetest mysore pak of South India, the crispy soan papdi of the North to the mouth-watering rasagolla of the East and the tasty dry fruits of the West, the Adyar Ananda Bhavan Sweets and Snacks is leading in the manufacture of such sweets, keeping flavours intact and following the rich tradition of creation of the sweet’s respective regions.

The restaurant will be opened from morning, 8 am till 11 pm. The phone numbers are : 24725225 / 24735335.

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