The Best Street Food In Jaipur You Need To Try

From Dal Batis to Lassis to Kachoris, we've curated a list of our top five picks for the best street food in Jaipur
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Jaipur, the bustling capital of Rajasthan, is well known not only for its regal architecture but also for its mouthwatering street food. With dishes like the sweet and delicious Ghewar, savoury Pyaaz Kachoris, and spicy and tangy Chaats, Jaipur's street food scene is a gastronomic adventure waiting to be discovered. In this city of royals, every street corner and market stall has a mouthwatering story to tell, making exploration of Jaipur's street food an essential and enjoyable experience. 

Daal Baati at Santosh Bhojanalaya, Sindhi Camp

This street food gem is located in a somewhat congested and crowded place in Jaipur. However, that should not discourage you from trying the tasty food served here. This place is among the first in the main city, starting with only the "dal bati churma" menu. If you want to taste the authentic Dal Bati taste of Jaipur then you must go to Santosh Bhojanalaya at Sindhi Camp.

Location: Station Rd, Near Over Bridge, Kanti Nagar, Sindhi Camp

Timings: 10 am to 11 pm

Price for two: INR 150

Pyaz Kachori and Samosa at Samrat Restaurant, Chaura Rasta

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Of all the tasty food joints at MI Road in Jaipur, Samrat stands on top. Samrat restaurant is among one of the most popular restaurants in Jaipur. The place serves many traditional items ranging from kachori and samosa to dal pakwan. Samrat also gives a unique twist to its samosa by using black pepper instead of red chilli. The dal pakwan and kullad chai are a must-try here. The rates are also pretty reasonable.

Location: Shop No.273, Choura Rasta, Pink City, Bapu Bazar, Biseswarji, Jaipur

Timings: 7 am to 9 pm

Price for two: INR 100

Bejad Ki Roti at Mahaveer Rabri Bhandar, Chandpol Bazaar

This place defines what authentic local flavour in its raw form tastes like. The dairy products here are on another level, be it doodh boondi ke laddoo, lassi or rabri. One can feel the historical vibe when eating here as they still use the traditional cooking methods they used when they started.

The dish here everyone should try here is the bejad ki roti, which is a form of a local multigrain roti made using barley or jowar, black chickpea or kala chana, fenugreek seeds, soybean and wheat with spicy garlic chutney on the side. The prices here are also reasonable. Remember to have the Rabri for sweet dish. 

Location: Mishra Rajaji Ka Rasta, Chandpole Bazar, Chandpole, Pink City, Jaipur

Timings: 9:30 am to 11 pm

Price for two: INR 100

Pizza Omelette at Masala Chowk, Ram Niwas Bagh

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One of the best parts about the Masala Chowk area is that one can find the city's best street food vendors here and try a range of tasty dishes. However, one that stands out is the pizza omelette served here. The place has been here for more than two decades now. Sanjay Sharma, a former Masterchef India contestant, runs the stall. The stall serves 20 types of omelettes to choose from. However, their main signature dish is the pizza omelette, as mentioned above.

Location: Janta Store, Shopping Centre, University Marg, Bapu Nagar, Jaipur

Timings: 11 am to 11 pm

Price for two: INR 200

Lassi at Lassiwala, MI Road

If you are looking for the tastiest lassi in Jaipur, then Lassiwala at MI Road is the place to visit. Served in kulhad, their lassi with a malai on top is a perfect blend of sweet and tangy flavours of authentic Rajasthan. The rich and creamy texture of the lassi leaves you wanting for more. Lassiwala has been serving its customers lassi for around five decades. The ambience of this place is quite traditional, and the service is also fast and efficient. 

Location: Shop 312, Mirza Ismail Rd, Jayanti Market, Pink City, Jaipur

Timings: 7 am to 4 pm on weekdays and 7 am to 3 pm on weekends

Price for two: INR 150

Mutton Tikka at Sethi Barbecque, Raja Park

A majority of people believe that Jaipur is a vegetarian city, but you'll be surprised to see the variety of delectable non-vegetarian options available here. Another dish that demonstrates Jaipur's ability to offer delicious non-vegetarian tastes is mutton tikka. You won't regret spending your money on the succulent, spicy, and flavorful mutton tikka. These are nothing less than delicious treats. 

Location: Shop 10 11 Puniya Complex, near Hotel Ramada, Raja Park, Jaipur

Timings: 10 am to 11 30 pm

Price for two: INR 400

Getting There

Located in western India, Jaipur, has frequent direct flights which connect it to some of the world's major cities. The gateway for both domestic and international flights is Jaipur Airport. Furthermore, the city boasts an efficient rail network and well-planned highways and expressways that makes it easy for tourists to reach Jaipur from anywhere in the nation.

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