It’s creamy, the sweetness is just right, it’s full of flavour, and it’s not so expensive, not for Bangalore anyway. If you haven’t been to the Bowring kulfi stall on St. Mark’s road, you should go.
You get different flavours of kulfi and while I can’t remember which ones I’ve tried, all of them have been good, so it doesn’t matter. The price, ranging from Rs. 16 to Rs. 20 is quite reasonable. They do sell other stuff but I’ve never ventured to try anything else because the kulfi’s so good.
They’ll even pack it for you, if you want to carry kulfis home, with pellets of ice so your kulfi won’t melt. Neato.
The kulfi stall is on St. Mark’s road, in the same premises as the big petrol bunk next to Koshy’s. If you like kulfis and you haven’t been here, you’re missing something.
— 05-May-2013: Edited to add —
I’ve not been to this place for the longest time. The last time that I had visited was a few years ago and after eating the kulfi there me and another person both got sore throats the next day. That ended my trysts with this kulfi place. I have, in the intervening years, tried the kulfi from Bombay Chowpatty Kulfi and I must say that the kulfi is really special. See the comments for more information. I will have to write about this sometime in the future.