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Of the many things that Jaipur is known for, food is probably the most prominent one. Sure, the place has a charm of its own when it comes to palaces, forts, heritage, culture and royalty but when it comes to food, the history of it runs deep as well.

If you're in town for just a short while and want to breeze through the Pink City's colourful cuisine, then check out the guided Jaipur Food Walk. The tour takes you, the epicure, on a journey through Jaipur's history, art and culture, all through food.

A walking tour fit for royalty

When in Jaipur, it is a must to take a tour of the city on foot but somehow food, is something that we tend to skip on while on these tours.

But that's where this walking-tour sticks out. It skips out on the touristy places and shows you a glimpse of life in Jaipur through it's colloquial food; the recipes of which have been handed down since generations.

Throughout the walking-tour, you'll be taken to places which are a bit offbeat, the ones that haven't compromised on taste, just to make a name for themselves. These are the places that ordinary tourists tend to miss out on and if the foodie in you craves some no fuss Jaipuri food, this is what you should be a part of.

About the Food Walk

Earlier, we mentioned that this food walk is for those who want to just take in as much food as possible, in the little time they have in the city. The tour takes care of all of that and also, there’ll be a guide for the foodies, who is well-versed with the history of Jaipur's culinary offerings.

While you're walking from stall to stall, restaurant to restaurant, the guide will tell you all about the dish you're going to have next and how it fits in to the entire ethos of Jaipur.

Knock Knock

Since Jaipur is rather close to major hubs such as Delhi, Noida, Lucknow and such places, people often visit the city for the weekend or a short period of time. For the insatiable foodies, this food walk is the perfect way to get an idea of why Jaipur's cuisine is such a revered one.

Book your tickets here.

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