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JAIPUR STREET FOOD GUIDE: BEST PICK FOR FOODIES

After the tremendous love that you showered on my Street food guide blog, has increased my love for yáll, all the more! So hello, there I am back again with yet another street food guide edition, of the “PINK CITY” and the heart of the west: JAIPURRR

While most of you may be wondering why someone would be talking about street food and all things unhealthy in the age of veganism when you come across this site. So, first and foremost, allow me to clear the air. Our bodies are soothed by healthy food, but our emotions and souls are soothed by junk and street food! And it’s totally OK to pay attention to your heart from time to time since it deserves it; after all, it pumps blood for us, doesn’t it? While it does a lot of overthinking on the side, let’s just leave it alone for the time being and concentrate on STREET FOOD for the weekend!!!

So these are the top 12 street foods to look out for when visiting JAIPURR!!!

  1. Golgappa 

Who doesn’t enjoy a good Golgappa? The spicy marvel, also known as puchka and paani-puri, is out of this world and virtually everyone’s (almost) favourite meal. Nand and Chawla’s is the best spot in Jaipur to eat golgappa. These are two competing stalls that are adjacent to each other on Fashion Street and are heavily trafficked. Choose from a variety of spicy, sweet, and tangy chutneys and feast your way through these handcrafted delights. Try the golgappas from both stalls and decide for yourself which is the best!

Best Places to Try: Chawla’s & Nand’s at Fashion Street 

  1. Pyaaz Kachori

When it comes to things to eat in Jaipur, Pyaaz Kachori is a must-try. You won’t be able to stop eating these high-calorie but even higher-taste kachoris once you try them.  You can also try the samosa, mirchi-vada, aloo bonda, dal kachori, and anything else that is basically a diet nightmare. You won’t be sorry if you try these fiery Rajasthani delicacies.

Best Place to Try: Rawat Mishthan Bhandar 

  1. Masala Chai 

If you enjoy tea, this location should be at the top of your list. This restaurant, located near Ganpati Plaza, is well-known for its masala chai and bun-muska. The hot chai high offered with the bun-muska is likely to make any tea connoisseur sing praises for this establishment. You can also sample the bun-samosa, which is a house specialty and a local favourite. It is always crowded, with folks sipping chai and chatting their hearts out. Make a point of visiting this location the next time you’re in town.

P.S. – This location shuts at 6 p.m., so plan your visit accordingly!

Best Place to try: Gulaab Ji Chaiwala 

  1. Pav Bhaji 

Pav Bhaji is one of those snacks that may be eaten at any time of day. It can be consumed as a snack or as a meal in and of itself. The dish’s excellent mouth-watering hot and buttery flavour is usually an appealing invite for travellers. Pav Bhaji is a popular food enjoyed by many locals. This dish’s flavour will make you forget about everything.

Best Place to try: Pandit’s Near Birla Mandir 

  1. Omelette

You might be wondering what’s so exceptional about an omelette that this restaurant deserves a particular mention on this list. Well, it’s not just the omelette, but also this place, that makes the omelette special! The Sanjay Omelette, located in Bapu Nagar, sells 20 distinct types of omelettes. It is run by Sanjay Sharma, who was a contestant on the popular show Masterchef India. This location is frequented by residents of the city as well as visitors to the city. The egg pizza and masala omelette are two of their specialty dishes that should not be missed.

Best Place to try: Sanjay’s at Bapu Nagar 

  1. Shrikhand

Shrikhand is a Jaipur specialty and thus one meal that you should not miss when in Jaipur. The dish’s thick and creamy texture, as well as its delectable flavour, will stay with you for a long time. The dish is served hot, with seasonal nuts as garnishes. The dish’s delicious flavour will undoubtedly drawn out whatever tension you are experiencing in your life.

Best Place to try: Falahaar in Saraogi Mansion  

  1. Kulfi Faluda 

When it comes to desserts, Kulfi Faluda is a favourite among Indians. We can always have a scoop of kulfi with the yellow noodles like faluda at weddings, dinner parties, or just at home. A platter of exquisite kulfi is the finest way to beat the heat in Jaipur, and the best spot to get it is Shop number 28 on Link Road at Bapu Bazaar. The shop is statistically placed on a busy street with a lot of traffic and bustle. The delectable kulfi faluda will transport you back to your childhood, when you savoured this dish with it pouring all over you!

Best Place to try: Bapu Bazaar

  1. Tikka’s

Most people believe that Jaipur is a vegetarian city, but you will be amazed by the diversity and excellent flavours of the non-vegetarian foods available here. Mutton tikka & Chicken tikka are yet another example of how Jaipur can provide some delectable non-vegetarian delicacies. The juicy, spicy, and delectable mutton tikka is something you will not be sorry to spend your money on. These are nothing short of delectable.

Best Place to try: Sethi Barbeque in Raja Park

  1. Rabri Ghevar 

This unique combination is one of Jaipur’s other delicacies, and it is a favourite meal of many locals. The dish is so well-known that no tourist leaves Jaipur without trying this delectable and incredibly delightful combo. There are several local venues where you may get this delectable treat for yourself at a reasonable price. This is one of the suggested foods that should not be overlooked.

Best Place to try: Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar, Johri Bazaar

  1. Fusion Food 

If you’re bored of the same old monotonous flavours and want to try some new mix and match fusion cuisine, Jaipur provides plenty of options for you. Most tourists like trying the many combinations of food ingredients that form the greatest tasting street cuisine in Jaipur. There are some great pizzas, Chinese and South Indian cuisines, and so on in the restaurant.

Best Place to try: Aunty’s Cafe near Park Plaza Hotel 

  1. Falahar 

Jaipur is not only for those who like exquisite food on a daily basis. However, it is also a location for those who observe fasts but still wish to eat delectable, delicious, and healthful food. Still don’t believe us? The great variety of Falahaar culinary products, on the other hand, are something you should try. When fasting, a broad variety of tasty and delectable Falahar or fasting food items will always be a suitable alternative.

Best Place to try: Saraogi Mansion 

  1. Paan 

If you haven’t tried Jaipur’s world-famous paan, you haven’t tried anything. This paan and its tastes are an enticing lure that draws the majority of Jaipur’s local population every night. Although there are many different types of paan available in Jaipur, the taste and flavour of the Meetha Paan are simply unrivalled. As a tourist, you should try this paan to have a flavour of something different.

Best Place to try: Murli Pan Bhandar, Tonk Road 

These are some of the most wonderful and delicious street food options in Jaipur. These popular street meals in Jaipur draw a large number of tourists throughout the year. Apart from the rich culture and architecture of the forts, it would not be inaccurate to state that these Jaipur distinctive delicacies are one of the city’s main attractions.

Now that the guide to the best street food places in Jaipur is there for you to read, it’s time to gather all your buddies, casually check your wallets for change, mark the location on your phones, and just get ready to gorge! Also, don’t forget to comment down the city below which you’d want me to cover next. 

Happy Munching!! 

Also just in case you wish to revisit the Delhi street guide blog, here’s the link:

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