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If you live in Delhi and want cakes that are delicious, as well as healthy, Khushboo and Arun Chaudhary's Mr Moustache's Cakes, is for you!
If you live in Delhi and want cakes that are delicious, as well as healthy, Khushboo and Arun Chaudhary’s Mr Moustache’s Cakes, is for you!
Mr Moustache’s Cakes is a home bakery run by a father-daughter duo, Mr Arun Choudhary, and Ms Khushboo Chaudhary. Here the father bakes the cakes and the daughter makes sales.
Coming from different professional backgrounds, we decided to follow our passion to bake the most delicious, eggless tea cakes. We deliver all over Delhi-Gurgaon. We also bake brownies, muffins, doughnuts and chocolates.
If you’re in Delhi, order from them on Zomato or from their website right here.
You can also find them here.
Khushboo Chaudhary has a degree in Fashion Design and Eng honours, but she always dreamt of running her own business. Her father, on the other hand, ran an electronics and mobile store for over 25 years.
However, he also occasionally baked cakes for birthdays and anniversaries, without any prior experience in baking. Thus, on October 3rd, 2019, the father-daughter duo decided to fulfil both their dreams and launched Mr Moustache’s Cakes!
Now the dad spends most of his time baking and creating new recipes. Meanwhile, the daughter stays glued to the laptop and comes up with innovative strategies for their business to grow and flourish. Their invincible attitude is what keeps them going and growing every day!
Both our story and our name gets people’s attention and they automatically want to try our baked products. And the rest is history. They are bowled over by the taste and want to try more.
These days, people are inching towards healthier options and we provide them with healthy cakes too. We have healthier versions of red velvet, peanut butter, matcha, lemon and carrot cake. Currently, our pineapple upside-down cake is topping the charts.
We are breaking stereotypes in two ways. One with our story where the male enters the kitchen while the female runs the business. And two with our cakes. Instead of going for heavy icing cakes, we satisfy your sweet cravings in a healthier manner!
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