Where To Eat After Shopping In These Famous Jaipur Markets

Whenever we go out for shopping (Boys, read dragged for shopping) in these famous Jaipur markets, we tend to get hungrier than usual. By the time we’re done with all the shopping we’re too tired to decide where to eat. And we end up eating at either a very ordinary place or a trashy little place.

So, we decided to help you have a great food experience after you’ve shopped to your heat’s content. Here’s a list of the best places to hog after shopping in these famous markets of Jaipur.

Johari Bazaar

Aloo Parantha From Paranthe Wali Gali

Aloo Parantha at Paranthe Wali Gali

Who wouldn’t love some excellent chaat, after a tiring shopping session, from Laxmi Misthan Bhandar?

Johari Bazar has a wide variety of options to help you with your hunger, and thirst. Neera, for example, available at Rajasthan Khadi Gram Udhyog Store, won’t just quench your thirst but is equally healthy and tasty.

For people who swear by non-veg, the MM Khan Hotel comes to the rescue. The Parantha Gali at Ghee Walon ka Rasta is another pocket and tummy friendly place if you like desi food.

Raja Park

Pav Bhaji

Pav Bhaji From Pandit Pav Bhaji

Raja Park has a variety of street food and shopping options on offer. From the amazing paneer tikkas from Radhey Shyam Bhatia Paneer Wale to Gopi ki Lassi, Raja Park caters to all your needs. The sevpuri near Panchwati Circle or the roll stall near it will double your hunger.

Even if you’ve left Raja Park due to the huge traffic, you’ll find a number of Pav Bhaji stalls near Shanti Path circle and in front of Birla Mandir. These stalls serve amazing pav bhaji with lots of spluttering-spattering butter and equally good bhelpuri.



Daal Ki Kachori/NDTV

Pink City is the hub for almost all shopping solutions. Tripolia Bazaar, Chandpol Bazaar, and Chaura Rasta satisfy almost all shopping needs of ours. Post shopping, the Makkhan at Gulab Chand Dairy in Chaura Rasta serves as a quick treat for all. Also, Sardarji Kachori Wala and Samrat Kachori are well-known stops in old Jaipur for foodies.

You’ll also ding quite a few patashi-wale standing there but I’d choose Lalaji ke Patashi over other any day.

Malviya Nagar

Tandoori Momos

Tandoori Momos/NDTV

Almost all of us rush to Malviya Nagar for our shopping calls. Any why won’t we?

This locality has almost all the prime malls and shopping complexes of Jaipur. This place also has some of the finest variety of food to douse your hunger. A plate of Tandoori Momos from China Town or some Bhelpuri from the stalls in Gaurav Tower will keep you stuffed while you stuff your shopping bags. The dosa from the Chaupati in front of Kanha is an absolute delight. And the vendor selling cotton candy in front of WTP will definitely remind you of your childhood.

Atish Market

Rolls From Roll Express

Shopping for home can leave you so tiresome at times, but the rolls from Roll Express would be there to save your day!

The Pav Bhaji at Riddhi Siddhi gives a tough competition to Pandit Ki Pav Bhaji. And, if you can have South Indian food at any given hour, like us, head to Sagar Ratna.

During summers the 5 flavored sugar cane juice right by Ganesh Medical Store will please your tongue. Driving a little further, the momos near Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 5 could be a perfect option for a quick bite.

Featured Image: Sona Murmu

A law student turned food/ fashion blogger owing to the love of food, writing and photography and the *huge disinterest* in studying. Check out @thefoodiepanda on Instagram to tickle your taste buds, @thevoguishpanda for some quick fashion fix.

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