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Best Street Food In Jaipur, Pink City

The Pink City of India has a great connection with street food. Be it authentic Rajasthani food like dal-baati-churma or spicy food like kachori, Jaipur offers it all. 

When visiting the city, one must not skip its delicious street food as your trip is incomplete without trying Jaipur food. The local street shops offer spicy and seasoned cuisines which are irresistible.

On my solo trip to Jaipur, I visited all the famous street food places which were recommended by the locals. The prices were minimal, and the taste was delectable. Hence, to make your street food experience great in Jaipur, I’ve compiled a list of 5 places that will make you go WOW.

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Best Street Food in Jaipur You Should Not Miss

Jaipur offers you a wide variety of food and meal options. So, if you’re someone who loves trying spicy food, or you’re a sweet lover, the Pink City has it all. To get you started, here are five delicious street dishes you need to try on your Jaipur trip.

Pyaz Kachori at Rawat Misthan Bhandar

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Pyaz Kachori at Rawat Misthan Bhandar, Jaipur

I can’t deny how much I loved Pyaz Kachori at Rawat Misthan Bhandar in Jaipur. This restaurant is located near the main railway station area and easily reachable by any means of transport. 

The restaurant is heavily famous for its kachori, ghevar, dhokla, and lassi. I tried Pyaaz kachori for the first time in Jaipur at this place, and man, it was mouth-watering. The onion and masala filling was delicious and can delight your taste buds. They also have a Mawa-kachori, which is worth a try as well. It’s sweet as compared to the spicy Pyaaz kachori. 

The only thing which I didn’t like was the waiting time. Sometimes, you have to wait 30-40 minutes to get your order because of the crowd and the massive demand for their food. But the taste they’re offering is worth the wait. 

Must Haves: Pyaaz Kachori, Samosa, Lassi, Ghevar

Cost for two: INR 100-300 or USD 3-5 (approx.)

Where in Jaipur: Station Rd, Sindhi Camp, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001

When: 06:00 AM to 10:30 PM

Google Maps: Link

Sweets at Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB)

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Sweets at Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB), Jaipur

No one leaves Jaipur without visiting the city’s most famous sweet restaurant Laxmi Mishthan Bhandar (LMB). As the name suggests, Mishthan stands for sweet, and the restaurant can offer you a variety of lip-smacking sweet dishes. 

The restaurant started in 1954 and has attracted crowds since its inception. You can try kachori, badam milk, ghevar, dhokla, cakes, dry fruits, and many more things in this cool restaurant. They also have a dine-in area for proper meals.

The snacks are super affordable for a budget traveler, but the price is relatively high for their dine-in meal restaurant. As I was traveling on a budget trip, I sticked to snacks only to save money and spent only 150-200 INR with a much-satisfied stomach in the end.

Must Haves: Kachori, Ghevar, Lassi, Dry Fruits, thali

Cost for two: INR 100-300 or USD 3-5 (approx.)

Where in Jaipur: Johari Bazar Rd, Bapu Bazar, Biseswarji, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302003

When: 09:00 AM to 10:30 PM

Google Maps: Link

Kullad Tea at Gulab Ji Chai Wale

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Kullad Tea at Gulab Ji Chai Wale, Jaipur

Do you start your journey early in the mornings, just like I do? 

If Yes, then start your day by paying a visit to Gulab Ji Chai Wale, which is famous for its morning tea and snacks. It’s a small tea shop near Rawat Misthan Bhandar restaurant and an easy-to-visit place. 

Start your day with hot kullad chai that will amaze your taste buds. They have sandwiches, biscuits, namkeen, and many other snacks to accommodate early morning hungriness. 

You’ll find people gossiping here about politics, cricket games, weather, inflation, and other city issues while enjoying tea sips, which makes this shop more lively.

Must Haves: Kullad Chai, Sandwiches, Namkeen, Poha

Cost for two: INR 100-300 or USD 3-5 (approx.)

Where in Jaipur: Ganpati Plaza, MI Rd, Sindhi Camp, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001

When: 05:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Google Maps: Link

Crispy Snacks at Masala Chowk

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Crispy Snacks at Masala Chowk, Jaipur

Masala Chowk in Jaipur offers all varieties of snacks at super affordable prices. This place is very hygienic with a parking area and seats for people to sit and relax. 

This famous food hub is in Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, and has various delicious cuisines. Each dish is better than the other and represents the true spiciness of Rajasthan.

You can enjoy a mixture of namkeen, poha, gol gappe, rasgulla, and many more things here. If you’re a foreigner, do not expect foods like pizza or burgers here, as it’s more focused on delivering Indian cuisines. 

Must Haves: Poha, Dal Bati, Samrat Samosa, Rajasthani traditional food

Cost for two: INR 300-500 or USD 5-10 (approx.)

Where in Jaipur: Ram Niwas Bagh, Rina Rd, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004

When: 08:30 AM to 10:00 PM

Google Maps: Link

Malai Lassi at Lassiwala (Original)

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Malai Lassi at Lassiwala (Original), Jaipur

Indian desserts are incomplete without lassi and curd. So, if you’re in Jaipur, Lassiwala (Original) is one of the must-visit places. This shop is an iconic part of Pink City and has been visited and appreciated by many film stars and celebrities. 

People from all over Jaipur visit this place at least once a month; that is the popularity of this shop. They serve lassi in kullad (earthen glass), which takes the curd taste to the next level. The thickness and flavor of the lassi are something you won’t forget easily.

They have recently introduced a sugar-free variant of their famous lassi, so if you’re too conscious about your sugar intake, you can also try this. 

Must Haves: Kesar Lassi, Mango Lassi, Badam Lassi

Cost for two: INR 100-200 or USD 2-5 (approx.)

Where in Jaipur: 312, MI Rd, Jayanti Market, New Colony, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001

When: 07:00 AM to 04:00 PM

Google Maps: Link

With the above popular list of street foods in Jaipur, you can thrill your taste buds at a very nominal rate. Make sure to visit as many places as possible to experience the variety each shop offers. 

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