5 Jaipur street delicacies which you simply cannot miss out on!
The local street food of Jaipur is spicy, sweet, tangy and feels like flavour bombs exploding your senses!
The city of palaces, grand forts and royalty, you cannot ever get enough of Jaipur. Also the city of grandeur, Jaipur is widely known for the delectable cuisines it has to offer.
Dishes ranging from dal-baati-churma to keema baati- Rajasthanis surely know how to pamper your taste buds with the best of their selections.
Rich and authentic Rajasthani dishes that score exceedingly well in the taste quotient are one of the main attractions of Jaipur and you simply cannot miss out on these 5 places.
If you don’t love Golgappe, there might be something wrong with you because who doesn’t like these tiny crunchy water balls exploding in your mouth? This tangy and spicy street-food is also known as phuchka and paani-puri and it is almost everyone’s favourite street dish.
The best place to eat golgappe in Jaipur is at Nand’s for sure!
You can choose from a variety of spicy, sweet and tangy chutneys and relish the taste of the ultimate street-food in Jaipur.
Where: Fashion St, Raja Park. Jaipur, Rajasthan-302004.
Cost: Rs.100 for two!
Pav smothered in butter and a spicy bhaji with it makes up the perfect evening snack!
The Pav Bhaji stall of Pandit ji, located near Birla Mandir has earned a rightful name on the list of best places to eat in the city.
The fresh pav bhaji loaded with butter is loved equally by the locals and tourists and one can’t truly get enough. The economical pricing makes it even more alluring.
Where: Nursing Circle, Jaipur, Rajasthan-302021.
Cost: Rs.150 for two!
Jaipur city is not only famous for vegetarian food- they have a variety of rich non-vegetarian delicacies as well.
It is a city which is also famous for its Laal Maas and Chicken Tikka. To satisfy your chicken-cravings, Sethi Bar-Be-Que situated at Raja Park is the place to be.
It is a craze among the non-vegetarian crowd of the city to feast here and it hosts guests in a dhaaba style to make the experience absolutely desi. Served with tandoori roti, masala, onion rings and zesty lemon, the charred Chicken Tikka is something to die!
Where: Shop 11-12, Puniya Complex. Near Panchwati Circle, Raja Park, Jaipur.
Cost: Rs.500 for two.
A popular dish of Rajasthan, Shrikhand is best served at Falahaar- a small food joint located in Saraogi Mansion.
This place has become a favourite among the hungry crowd of the city with the variety of dishes on the menu here like the Sabudane ki Khichdi and Sabudana Dahi Vada.
Apart from this, the place is also known for its makkhan lassi, fruit cream, mango kalakand and of course, their alluring Shrikhand!
Where: Saraogi Mansion. MI Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan-302003.
Cost: Rs.150 for two.
The Sanjay Restaurant, located at Bapu Nagar is a place that serves 20 different varieties of omelettes and is run by Sanjay Sharma who was a participant in Masterchef India.
For over two decades now, this place has churned a popular name for itself and is a must visit. Their signature dishes are the egg pizza and masala omelette which are economical as well.
Where: 165 Tivari Ji ki Bagichi Station Road. Opposite Polovictory Cinema, Jaipur, Rajasthan-302006.
Cost: Rs.150 for two.
The weekend is here too so grab your buddies and set off towards a sumptuous adventure at pocket-friendly prices.
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