Must-Try Restaurants and Street Food in Jaipur

Jaipur is known for one more thing and that is the delicious dishes here. Yes, we are talking about authentic Rajasthani cuisine that tastes really great. Rajasthani people definitely know how to live elegantly and their food is as captivating as their lifestyle. We’ve put together a list of must-try restaurants and street foods in Jaipur that the locals love!

1. Golgappa at Chawla’s and Nand’s

The spicy wonder also known as Puchka and Pani-Puri is something out of this world and is (almost) everyone’s favorite dish. The best place to eat Golgappa in Jaipur is Nand and Chawla. These are actually two competing stalls that face each other on Fashion Street and draw crowds of people.

2. Pyaaz Kachori at Rawat Mishthan Bhandar

When it comes to food items in Jaipur, Onion Kachori is a must try. Once you taste these high-calorie-but-more-tasting Kachoris, you won’t be able to stop eating them. The most famous place in Jaipur for this delicious item is Rawat Mishtan Bhandar. It is actually a restaurant but is more popular as a sweet shop. Apart from serving Pyaaz-Kachori, they have around 50 other types of sweets.

3. Masala Chai at Gulab Ji Chaiwala

If you are a tea-lover then this place should definitely be on the top of your list. Located opposite Ganpati Plaza, this place is famous for masala chai and ban-muska. The hot tea served with bun-maska ​​will definitely make every tea-lover appreciate this place. You can also try Bun-Samosa which is the specialty of this place and is a craze among the locals.

4. Best of Indian Street Food at Masala Chowk

Masala Chowk is a one-stop place to satisfy all your street food cravings. This new destination for street food in Jaipur is an open food court in Ram Niwas Garden. The place serves as a home for all the major Indian street foods and the typical open seating gives families and friends the freedom to choose from a huge variety of street food. This place was built for tourists and has gradually become a favorite hangout spot for the residents of Jaipur.

5. Kaathi Roll at Al Bake

Al Bake, better known as ‘Chicken Paradise’, is every chicken lover’s paradise. They serve all types of chicken from shawarma to tikka and their menu has a lot of variety. This place located on MI Road is most popular for its Kathi Roll. It is an extremely crowded place where most people order Kathi Rolls, which is basically a joy to eat. This place remains open till midnight and is a very popular place among the youth.

6. Pav Bhaji at Pandit’s

Pandit’s Pav Bhaji stall located near Birla Mandir has earned a permanent name in the list of best places to eat in the city. The freshly made spicy pav bhaji rich in butter is a hit with locals and tourists alike. A plus point is that all this delicious food comes at a very nominal price! The aroma of boiling pav bhaji will make you forget your entire dieting and you will definitely feast at this place.

7. Omelette at Sanjay’s

Sanjay Omelette located in Bapu Nagar is a place that serves 20 different types of omelettes. It is run by Sanjay Sharma who was a participant in the famous show – MasterChef India. This place is visited by people from all over the city as well as tourists visiting the city. It has been in operation for over two decades and is a must-see.

8. Chicken Tikka at Sethi Bar-Be-Que

There can be no better place to satisfy your chicken cravings than Sethi Bar-B-Q located at Raja Park. It is a craze among the non-vegetarian crowd of the city and is completely styled in the ambiance of a dhaba. Here people generally like to eat food in their cars, hence a long queue of cars can be seen outside this place. Chicken tikka served with tandoori roti, masala, onion rings and lemon is simply delicious (obviously not literally!).

9. Lassi at Lassiwala

At least this is what we can guess from the popularity of Lassiwala located on MI Road. The specialty of this place is the lassi served in earthen pots which adds a unique aroma to the lassi. Available in both sweet and sour flavours, Lassi is topped with a thick layer of malai which leaves you feeling refreshed and surprisingly full! Lassiwala has been in existence since 1944 so you can imagine the popularity of this place.

10. Shrikhand at Falahaar

Shrikhand- a very popular dish of Rajasthan is best served at Falahar which is a small food joint located in Saraogi Haveli. The variety of dishes on the menu like Sabudana Khichdi and Sabudana Dahi Vada has made this place a favorite among vegetarians in the city. If you have never tasted sago dishes then you are missing out on something totally delicious.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *