What Are The Best Places To Have Lip-Smacking Rajasthani Food In Jaipur

Rajasthani Cuisine is as rich as the Rajasthani culture. The Royal cuisine ranges from a wide variety of spicy food items, to a bunch of mouth-watering sweets. In fact, the ghee drenched food, can make anyone drool. No doubt, we all over-eat while we go out to have Rajasthani food in Jaipur.

Already feeling nostalgic about the times when nani or dadi used to make scrumptious churma with the magical taste? Are you planning to rush to your nearest restaurant? But, even with a large number of outlets serving rajasthani food in Jaipur, not all such places serve the authentic taste. Or maybe let us guess, you’re visiting Jaipur and planning to devour it for the first time? Of course you wouldn’t be wanting to have a mediocre experience of such a fantastic cuisine.

Whatever the case might be, if you’re craving this scrumptious cuisine, you should definitely try out top picks for these :

Virasat

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Thali At Virasat Jaipur

Rajasthani Thali At Virasat

Virasat, as the name suggests carries the tradition in the food that they serve. This place oozes royalty. Imagine sitting on silver stools and being served like a king. Or for a better experience, where you wish to enjoy the traditional Rajasthani thali on gaddis on floor.

Moreover, the musicians played Tabla and Santoor and the folk dance transports you to the older times. Of course, this place is expensive, but the quality of food and service compromises the extra dimes you spend for the meal.

Location : Virasat Heritage Restaurant, Plot B, Sahkar Marg

Santosh Bhojanalaya

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Dal Bati At Santosh Bhojanalya

Unlimited Dal Bati At Santosh Bhojnalya

If you’re looking for a pocket-friendly place to satisfy your desire for a hearty meal of an authentic and filling thali then this is the place to be!

Don’t go here for the ambiance but the finger-licking food. Dal Baati is amazing here and is served with lots of ghee as in true Rajasthani way it should be. This place has a very raw kinda feeling to it which gives you taste of a Rajasthani household.

Location : Near Central Bus Stand, Station Road, Sindhi Camp

Laxmi Misthan Bhandar

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Ghevar At lmb

Paneer Ghevar From Laxmi Misthan Bhandar/Hangouts

Located in the old city, this place is well-know to everyone. From it’s wide variety of Rajasthani sweets to other variety of rajasthani dishes, this place is a favorite among the local people as well as the tourists. In fact, the famous paneer ghewars and feenis from this place are savored by people all over India.

Another famous food item from this place is the Rajasthani Thali. Ghee drenched bati with scrumptious dal and gatte ki sabzi is enough to make anyone’s day!

Location : 100, Johari Bazaar, Pink City, Jaipur

suvarna mahal

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Suvarna Mahal in Rambagh Palace Jaipur

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Rambagh palace is best for a regal Rajasthani dining experience in a spectacular hall with rich gold inlay on the walls and ceilings. This place serves one of the best thali spreads of its type. The appetisers include Vegetable Kebabs and Barbequed Lamb, in the main courses is the restaurant’s signature dish Laal Maas, Gatte and Dal Baati Churma (goes without saying) among others.

For dessert, there are the rich Malpuas and Rasmalais.

Location: Taj Rambagh Palace, Bhawani Singh Road, C Scheme

Mahaveer Rabri Bhandar

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Bejar Ki Roti

Bejar Ki Roti/ Archana’s Kitchen

Another important dish from Rajasthan is Bejad ki roti, usually eaten with aloo pyaaz ki sabzi and lahsun ki chatni. Mahaveer Rabri Bhandar is famous for the amazing bejar ki roti thali that it serves. Of course, the Rabri from this place is special as the name suggests.

Apart from this outlet of Mahaveer Rabri Bhandar, there are many places in Jaipur with the same name, but they aren’t it’s branches. Only a true jaipuri knows that there’s a huge difference in the quality and taste of the fake and the real outlet!

Location : Near Gopalpura Puliya, Opposite HP Petrol Pump, Tonk Road

spice court

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Keema Baati at Spice Court Jaipur

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This restaurant lives up to its name – it’s set in a lovely courtyard and offers the some of the spiciest dishes in Rajasthani food in Jaipur. This place is supremely famous for its Laal Mass & Junglee Maas. Do try the oh so spicy and lip-smacking non-vegetarian thali here.
They also serve an interesting version of Dal Baati Churma – “The Keema Baati”which is popular with tourists and locals alike.

Location: Achrol House, Jacob Road, Civil Lines

1135 AD

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1135 AD

Eat Like A King At 1135 AD/ Happy Trips

This place defines royalty. The palace that was once for royals is now converted for a rich dining experience with musicians playing your favorite instrumentals to add magic to the whole environment. The walls are engraved with gold and silver which adds an old-world charm to this place. Coming to the food, this place is famous for laal mas.

In the meantime, the Thaal-e-Jodha could be a great choice for vegetarians looking for both quantity and taste.

Location : Level 2, Jaleb Chowk, Near Sheela Mata Temple, Amer Palace

natraj

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Rajasthani Thali at Hotel Natraj

Thali at Hotel Natraj/fb-Indian Beauty

If you’re shopping at Bapu Bazaar then Natraj on MI Road should be your go-to place as it’s been there for around 40 years and has good options for thalis. Serving simple and inexpensive north Indian and Rajasthani thalis, with different breads, gatta, sangria, yoghurt salads and dal baati choorma.

The seasonal special thali here is a must try which comes with two kinds of churma.

Location: Panch Batti, MI Road

Aapno gaon

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Rajasthani Thali At Aapno Gaon

Dal Bati Thali At Aapno Gaon

Aapno gaon portrays the true image of villages from Rajasthan. For this reason, this place is a perfect getaway for one day, to sit back, relax and enjoy the traditional food.  The huge variety of food and other fun activities at a rock bottom price is the reason why this place is famous among people.

Location : Road 14, Bypass New Loha Mandi Road, Vishwakarma Industrial Area, Sikar Road

chokhi dhani

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Rajathani Food at Chokhi Dhani

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This place comes alive every evening with a village-fair-like atmosphere. The entry fee covers the entertainment provided in the faux Rajasthani village – by magicians, acrobats and puppeteers – various games, hookahs, and a traditional rural meal in their dining area. The utensils used are eco-friendly dried-leaf plates, bowls and earthen tumblers.

The place serves flag-ship dishes of Rajasthan such as Bajare Ki Roti, Garlic Chutney and the famed Dal Baati & Choorma.

Location: Chokhi Dhani Village Resort, 12 Mile, Tonk Road

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