Srila Prabhupada Bakery (at entry gate mall)

The conveniently located Srila Prabhupada’s bakery has become the number one snack place at Krsna Balarama mandir. With a variety of irresistible savouries and mouth watering sweets, the bakery offers a wide selection of snacks to eat in or take away. You can get it all from traditional juicy rasagullas, rasamalai and gulab jamuns to the more Western type cream topped cakes, fruit pies, muffins and a variety of cookies. The bakery also offers an array of salty snacks or namkin. Samosas, kachoris, pizza, different type of burgers, cheese breads and delicious grilled vegetable sandwiches will keep you coming back for more. You simply can’t try everything in just one visit! The baked goods are all good, but the real specialty of the house are the cold sodas, to quench your thirst, in a variety of flavours from plain to the more sophisticated litchi, green apple, blueberry–10 flavors in all. Srila Prabhupada’s bakery is a really successful concept that has become the #1 revenue generator for the temple serving temple guests, pilgrims, students from our gurukula, householders and temple devotees as everyone’s favorite ‘One Stop Snack Shop’ in the Krsna Balarama compound! See you there…


Guest House Restaurant 

Breakfast 8:30 to 10:00. Lunch 12:00 to 3:00. Dinner 6:00 to 9:00.
They offer a variety of Indian and western dishes. A thali of rice, dahl,

2 subjis, chapatis, popper and sweet is Rs. 100


Guesthouse Snack Bar

Located at the entrance to ISKCON Guesthouse on the left side. They offer sandwiches, pizza, savories, baked items, sweets.


Temple Prasadam Stall 

Located opposite to Srila Prabhupada’s Samadhi. Offers a variety of salty and sweet snacks.


Temple prasadam 

The prasadam hall is located behind the gurukula building. Prasadam is simple. Breakfast 9:00 a.m. Lunch 3:00 p.m., Rs.40 each. To make a 9:20 a.m. class on time, you will have to take breakfast in the restaurant or make your own arrangements.


MVT Restaurant 

Located in the MVT complex near the temple. They offer a variety of preparations including a thali, pizza, ice cream, etc. Check with the MVT guesthouse for open times.