Places To Visit In Ujjain For The Best Local Delicacies

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Ujjaini Poha At Shankar Namkeen And Sweets

Start your day with the local favourite, Ujjaini Poha, a delicious breakfast dish made with flattened rice and spices and garnished with fresh coriander and sev. The best place to savour it is at Shankar Namkeen and Sweets, located in Bagambag colony.

Poha-Jalebi | indoreshahar/Instagram

Malpua At Bhola Guru And Sons

Indulge in the sweet delights of Malpua, a traditional dessert enjoyed during Ujjain's festive occasions, featuring deep-fried pancakes soaked in sugar syrup. Try the best one at Bhola Guru and Sons, located in Chota Sarafa.

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Kachori Sabzi At Bhola Guru And Sons

Relish the flavours of Kachori Sabzi, a popular street food where flaky, deep-fried pastries are served with a tangy and spicy potato curry. The best in town is found at Bhola Guru And Sons as well.

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Daal Bafla At Sai Palace

Dive into the hearty Daal Bafla, a local speciality of wheat dumplings immersed in lentil curry. The best is found in Sai Palace, located behind Mangalnath Mandir.

A 'Daal Bafla' thali | devendrapai/Instagram

Sabudana Khichdi At Sawariyan Kachori

Experience the unique texture and taste of Sabudana Khichdi, a fasting dish made with tapioca pearls, peanuts, and potatoes, at Sawariyan Kachori at Dhaba Road or Shree Ganga in Freeganj,

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Bhutte Ka Kees At Yadav Doodh And Rabri Bhandar

Enjoy the regional delight of Bhutte Ka Kees, a savoury dish made with grated corn cooked in milk and spices. The best version is found at Yadav Doodh And Rabri Bhandar in Pandariba.

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Ratlam Ke Sev At Jain Namkeen Bhandar

Treat your taste buds to Ratlam Ke Sev, famous crunchy spiced noodles from the nearby city of Ratlam, often enjoyed as a snack or accompaniment to various dishes. The best place to savour this treat is at Jain Namkeen Bhandar in Freeganj.

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Mawa Bati At Bholaguru & Son's

Conclude your culinary journey with the sweet richness of Mawa Bati, a look-alike of Gulab Jamun, made of  khoya (reduced milk), sugar syrup and dry fruits. Try the best one at Bholaguru & Son's in Sarafa Bazaar.

Mawa Bati | shilpi_kitchen/Instagram

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