This Deepavali box has traditional sweets from south Indian states

Teru food joint, located off Alwarpet which says it offers diners the best street food menu from the south, has curated an assorted Diwali sweets box.
Its promoter Anirudh Rao says the box holds ‘authentic South Indian delicacies – all sourced from three different states – from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.’

Rao vouches for their authenticity in the taste.  “We have a new batch coming every 2 days, and shelf life is over 14-18 days for the sweets boxes,” he adds.

This is what you get – Dharwad peda: sourced from Dharwad, Karnataka. Kardantu: sourced from Amingad, Karnataka. Pootharekulu: sourced from Atreyapuram, Andhra Pradesh and Tirunelveli Halwa: sourced from Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu

You can now pre-book these boxes and have them delivered to your location for free. Teru also takes large orders.
Price [350 gms – for the assorted box]: Rs. 399/- (inclusive of free delivery)

How to order: You can call/ WhatsApp +91 9150422232.

Anirudh Rao is the founder of TERU, which calls itself a South Indian street food restaurant – this is located on Cenotaph Road, Alwarpet.