We Cater! Satisfy Your Taste
Bhanu’s catering services is always ready to serve your special events, whether it’s a wedding reception, birthday party, corporate event, or any other special occasions. We have a variety of foods to select from with affordable pricing, for all your Indian catering needs. Food is not rational. Food is culture, obsession, craving, and essence. Click below to build your catering order (requires 24 hour notice)
Bhanu’s Indian Grocery’s carries curry, spices, gourmet Indian foods and other authentic Indian food’s. You will find array of selection of Indian spices, Indian tea and Chai, Daals,lentils, Basmati rice, Flours (Atta) and Curry foods. We also carry Indian snacks, ready to eat foods, South Indian, Sri Lankan, Pakistani Foods and Rices, Ayurvedic Products and Vegetarian friendly Indian foods. We also carry Halal products. We will help you find ingredients and spices that you’ve been searching for, that you cant find in any other store in the San Gabriel area.
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Family-owned since 1995
Opened in October 2010. We are a family-owned business established in 1995. We are a mom-and-pop shop trying to thrive in todays economy. We are here to serve the San Gabriel Valley and beyond to be unique and not a competitor to other retailers. Quality food and service are what we thrive to give to our loyal and new customers. We treat all customers as if they were a part of our family.
A Restaurant and Market
Started by Mr. Bedi and Bhanu, a brother-and-sister pair from India, the business started off as a catering service. “We owned restaurants in Bombay,” Mr. Bedi said. In 2011, they moved into their grocery store on the corner of Huntington and Rosemead. The menu is vast and is derived completely from the family’s archives. Customer favorites include chicken tikka masala, coconut fish curry and the lamb curry. But delve further into their menu and you’ll find a few lesser known gems. “Try the lamb tikka boti,” Mr. Bedi suggested. “We just came out with it. It’s boneless chunks of lamb marinated in Indian spices.”