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Food in Jaipur

Jaipur, one of Rajasthan’s most beautiful cities, boasts of marvelous historic attractions and a mouthwatering cuisine.

Jaipur food is much influenced by its royal heritage being the land of the kings and queens.

Jaipur Food

So, the food’s got to be rich too! Keep your calorie count for later and indulge in food and drinks in Jaipur. Savor delicious dishes like Dal-Bati-Churma (flour-based ball with ghee and dal), Pyaz ki kachori (deep fried snack), Gatte ki Sabzi (gram flour dumplings in yogurt curry), Bajre ki Roti (millet bread), and desserts like Ghevar, Gajak, and Mava Kachori. Go on Jaipur food tours to the different places to eat in Jaipur and taste the flavors of Rajasthan. Relish on a delightful list of delectable vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. If you wish to have a traditional dining experience, enjoy a home-made meal with a local host and get to learn more about the culinary practices of the region.

Jaipur Food Tours

There are endless options for food in Jaipur that will satiate your gastronomic desires and introduce you to the best of Rajasthani cuisine. You can go on an evening food tour of the city; visit the Handicraft Carpet & Rugs Weaving factory, and go around the famous Jal Mahal to enjoy the stunning night views. Later, head to a popular restaurant in the city and relish an exceptional meal while watching an interesting puppet show. Song and dance are an integral part of Rajasthan and combined with its tantalizing food is an unforgettable experience. Visit some of the restaurants which have a lovely ambiance with Rajasthani music playing in the background and treat your taste buds to authentic Rajasthani cuisine. You can also experience Diwali, the festival of lights with a half-day Diwali dinner at a heritage hotel, where you will be served festive sweets and snacks and can participate in activities like dressing up in the local attire, dancing, learning the traditional art of Rangoli (flower designs with colored powder), or applying mehendi (henna) on your hands.

The taste of food in Jaipur is sure to have a lingering effect, making you want to visit this fascinating city again.