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Top cities in Rajasthan with famous traditional food. Rajasthan is an expansive and diverse state located in India. This state is renowned for its spicy and delicious food. Since it is an entirely vegetarian state, you will typically find vegetarian dishes. One of the things you'll notice is the fact that Rajasthani people only use pure ghee for cooking. Dal BatiChurma, Ghewar, MirchiBada, Gaate Ki Sabzi, etc. are among the most popular dishes from the region. Every City in Rajasthan has numerous restaurants serving traditional Rajasthani food to the people.

Places to eat in Jodhpur

Jodhpur is famous for Mirchi Bada, Onion Kachori, and Mawa Kachori.

Shandar Sweet House

There are many varieties of Rajasthani snacks such as pure ghee sweets along with light food. The most popular dishes at this restaurant include Lahsun dal, Gatta curry along with Dahi Wada. If you're in the blue city it is a must to visit the restaurants in Jodhpur to try the authentic Rajasthani food. The restaurant is situated near Mahatma Gandhi hospital.


Gypsy is the 2nd most popular eatery in Jodhpur. Gypsy is well-known for its Thali which is comprised of various traditional food items served with Roti. The thali consists of 29 dishes, which includes the well-known dessert “Balushahi”. Gypsy is in Sardarpura.


If you're in search of an area for dining with candles, go to Indique. The hotel is situated on the rooftop at Pal Haveli that provides a breathtaking view to guests. The luxurious restaurant offers an extensive menu which offers a variety of food items, and drinks. Kebabs are the mainstay of the restaurant.

Janta Sweet House

Janta Sweet House has various branches operating within the cities. The place serves local street food which is made up of fresh juices, sweets and snacks. There's a special fast food item in which you can find the tasty and well-known Mawa Kachori as well as Pyaazki Kachori.

Mehran Terrace

Mehran Terrace is a luxury hotel located near the Mehrangarh fort. It is a posh restaurant that is an intimate dining space for couples. It is well-known for both tourists and locals alike. It also serves non-vegetarian dishes and vegetarian food.


If you're in search of an eatery that offers delicious food as well as breathtaking views and stunning views, then Jharokha might be the ideal location for you. It is an open-air restaurant situated within Hotel Haveli. The hotel is known for its stunning views of the city and an array of food options and desserts. Pancakes are the most popular dish at the restaurant.

Famous places to eat in Jaipur

Find below some best places to Eat in Jaipur

The Moti Mahal Delux

Traditional tandoori dishes are served at this hotel. Their specialty is chicken lababdar. They offer a wide variety of meat and seafood.

Moti Mahal delux, 5 Kamal Mansions, Near M.I Road

Peacock Rooftop

You will find plenty of rooftop restaurants in Jaipur if you love rooftop dining. Jaipur is known for its beautiful terrace views. Peacock Rooftop is a restaurant that is known for its unique furniture and cooling mist. It also offers a wide selection of Chinese and Indian dishes. People flock to this place for the delicious malai kofta.

Peacock Rooftop Restaurant Near Hotel Pearl Palace in Ajmer Road

Anokhi Cafe

This restaurant is well-known for its beautiful ambience, fast service, and delicious food. Khao Suey and coffee cakes are a popular choice. You can also find fresh juice, freshly baked bread and organic cheesecake made with ingredients from their farm.

Laxmi MishtanBhandar

Local dishes such as malai ghewar and milk cake are the most popular. The restaurant also offers vegetarian and satvik cuisine.

Tapri Central

This fusion restaurant offers unique Indian and Continental cuisines with familiar ingredients.

Jaipur Modern Kitchen

This boutique hotel is a great place to enjoy a relaxing time with friends or family. The hotel is known for its delicious desserts, from cheesecakes and brownies.

Spice Court

Spice Court is a place where you can enjoy traditional folk music and delicious food. You will enjoy traditional cuisine and live dance performances. You will have a wonderful experience at Govind Gatte and Laal maas.

Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar is a great place to host a party with friends. Brown Sugar is a trendy spot that offers great food and a friendly atmosphere. This restaurant is well-known for its delicious pizzas, bread, cakes and other dishes.

Famous places to eat in Udaipur

Being the city of lakes, people love to dine at rooftop restaurants here. Enjoying food with beautiful lake views enhances the beauty of the moment.

Jaiwana Haveli

This rooftop restaurant serves traditional, delicious food at a reasonable price. The sunset view makes dining even more memorable. One of the best restauraunts in Udaipur.

Jaiwana Haveli, 14, Lalghat, Jaiwana Haveli


You can find Indian, Chinese, Continental, Italian, and Chinese dishes at this trendy restaurant. This restaurant offers delicious food in a peaceful and relaxing setting.

O'zen can be found at 51, Palace Road Nr Jagdish Temple

Manak Balaji

Manak Balaji's spicy and savoury “Mirchi Bada”, is a well-known dish. It has been around since 1967. This restaurant is very popular, as evidenced by the mile-long line of foreigners and locals waiting.

Manak Balaji, opposite Jyoti School, Bhuwana-Sukher main road,

Pratapgarh Chaat

PratapgarhChaat is another popular spot for street food “Kachoris”. This spicy delight is served with a variety of fillings, including Dahi Kachori and Dal Kachori.

PratapgarhChaat Wala, Outside Central Jail, Police Line Road

Ajay Bread Pakora Stall

Imagine how amazing it would be for you to spend an evening enjoying bread pakoras by Fatehsagar Lake! Ajay Pakora is a popular Fatehsagar stall that sells delicious triangular bread pakoras with salted green chillies and fried green chillies for Rs10/-.

Ajay Bread Pakora Stall, Bombay Market, Fatehsagar

Manoj Prakash Daal Baati Choorma Center

When talking about Rajasthani cuisines, how can we forget Daal Baati Chaorma? Manoj Prakash Daal Baati Choorma Center, a well-known stall in Udaipur, serves authentic Rajasthani food, including Daal Poodi and Daal Baati with onions and lemons at Rs. 30/-.

Manoj Prakash Center, towards Lake Palace Road. Near Gulab Bagh



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