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Sotero Daumar street corner Justo Ramonal street Cagayan de Oro City Misamis Oriental Philippines

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A Guide to Make You Drool with 5 Street Foods of Jaipur Submitted by: pratima

A trip to ‘The Pink City’ includes two really important things — exploring the stunning forts and palaces, and savoring the delicious authentic Rajasthani delicacies. Jaipur is famous for its delectable street food, like dal-baati-churma, crispy kachoris, laal maas, keema baati, golgappas, ghewar, kulfi falooda, etc. The people of Rajasthan surely know how to live in grandeur, and their awesome food is as mind-blowing as their way of living. So, while you visit this exquisite city don’t forget to gorge on some spicy, tangy, ghee-dripping items. Here I have hand picked 5 street foods in Jaipur, based on their popularity and ease of purchase.

Jaipur Signature Masala Chai
Where: Gulab Ji Chai Waala opposite Ganpati Plaza, MI Road. If you are a tea person, then head to Gulab Ji Chai Waala for a refreshing time in Jaipur. Always packed with tea lovers, the masala chai here tastes delicious and is a craze among the people of the city.

Mouthwatering Golgappas
Where: Hotel Chawla and Nand at Fashion Street. For all the Panipatashi, aka golgappa, fanatics out there, Jaipur is one of the best places in India to gorge on this toothsome street food item. Dipped in sweet, spicy, and tangy chutneys, you can even customize your golgappas the way you want.

Appetizing Pyaaz Kachori
Where: Rawat Misthan Bhandar and at Sindhi Camp. If you visit Jaipur, then you should definitely try pyaz ki kachori. Why? Well because the crispy, flaky, deep-fried kachoris are stuffed with an onion filling which is so delicious that you will surely pack some home for your loved ones.

Luscious Kulfi Faluda
Where: Shop number 28 at Link road, Bapu Bazaar and also at the Bhagwan Das Road. Imagine yourself having a yummy creamy matka kulfi on a sultry summer day in Jaipur. Heavenly, isn’t it? Head to Bapu Bazar and gorge on some kulfis.

Full-Flavoured Pav Bhaji
Where: Pandit near Birla Mandir. Beware! The next item on this list is capable of making you lose control over your dieting regime! Pav bhaji is a famous street food item that includes a soft bread which is mildly toasted in butter with a side of yummy chickpea or peas gravy.

These 5 street foods of Jaipur should be on your itinerary when you are low on the budget yet want to gorge on delicacies.


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