Food is a major part of the travelling experience buzz and we’re always curious about the edible offerings a place has to offer- be it dirt-cheap local cuisine at a dhaba or a swanky restro! The Pink City is majorly thronged by tourists from all over the world and with the changing food trends and preferences, Jaipur has synced in comfortably with all of the beats.

So while here in Jaipur, if you’re looking for vegan options, which is a trend globally, you can actually step in at the Stepout Cafe- they have a book lounge too!

With too many food choices on the plate and the rising trends of fitness, both localites and foreigners are looking for options like vegan and gluten-free food wherever they go so Stepout Cafe is the spot to be at.

The owners of this cafe have painted this place on their own and the entire decor takes inspiration from travel. This quirky and artsy cafe actually feeds the appetite of art hungry people but it surely feeds your camera first.

One of the major highlights of this upcycled cafe is a rustic brick library that boasts of a wide-range of books for bookworms who want to spend their time alone, maybe with a few snacks on the side. Here you’ll also find signed copies of books- all thanks to the JLF after parties of the writers, most of them come and hang around here!

You should try out the-

Nutella Banana Crepe, Pizza Paratha, Triple Layer Mousse Cake and their epic Israeli Laffa if you’re trying to figure out what to nosh down!

And if you’re looking for a place to crash, check out their super affordable Housetel which is a backpacker hostel that serves vegan food and offers bunks starting at ₹500!

Location: P-14, Sehdev Marg, Ashok Nagar, C Scheme, Jaipur

Timings: 8:30am – 10:30pm

Cost: ₹700 for two people (approx.)

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