Jaipur, Rajasthan's most-visited city, is home to architectural and historical wonders like Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Jal Mahal. Big on tourism and a much-visited shopping destination, it is a delight for food lovers too. From traditional Rajasthani food with jewels such as dal baati churma, laal mass, keema baati, ker sangri to delicious meals in the form of Rajasthani thalis, delectable desserts like ghewar and the always-irresistible kulfi, the food in Jaipur offers a multi-sensory, cultural experience. Friendly shop-owners, good service and a live-to-eat vibe mark most of the popular eateries. The food is usually spicy, tangy, ghee-dripping and difficult to resist. Here's an insider list of the most famous restaurants, including best Rajasthani food places in Jaipur. Refer to it for the most famous food in Jaipur.
The vibrant desert city of Jaipur has a lot to offer to the foodies - streets full of famous food stalls, colourful cuisines, unforgettable flavours and a royal Rajasthani rajput experience. If you’re in the city, do not miss visiting these fantastic places and exploring the food culture of Jaipur.
There are tonnes of options for vegetarians too. From sweet to savoury and a lustrous celebration of flavors, Jaipur offers the best of traditional Rajasthani preparations in the form of all-you-can-eat thalis. For the uninitiated, Rajasthani thalis (or any thalis for that matter) are set meals consisting of starters, mains, sides, breads, rice and desserts. There are anything from two to five starters, two mains, three sides, two types of breads, two types of rice and one or two desserts in a typical Rajasthani thali - so do ensure that you have the appetite to enjoy one.
Among the most popular thali destination are Rawat Mishthan Bhandar and Choki Dhani.
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