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11 Street Food Places in Jaipur - ‘Padharo Mhare Des!'

By Trishi Dhingra

Updated - Jan. 20, 2022 5 min read

The "Pink City" has its own royal charm in the form of beautiful forts, palaces and a delightful palette of the best street food in the country. So, from spicy pyaaz or dal kachori to dal baati churma, gol gappe, shrikhand and more, Jaipur is one big street food party, every foodie should head to.


For new residents or first-time travellers, here are the 11 best street food places in Jaipur worth trying.


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Located in Raja Park, Chawla Snacks and Sweets offers a wholesome menu of the best street food in Jaipur. From decent seating to the homely ambience, this restaurant cum sweet shop is full of options, so many that it leaves you spoilt for choices. It is one famous street food place in Jaipur mostly frequented by people who find pleasure in delicacies such as gol gappe and other chaat dishes. But don't be surprised to find some delish pizzas, burgers, coffee, juices, Chinese and South Indian preparations here. 


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This popular street food joint in Jaipur is perfect for a healthy family banter over delicious snacks and sweets. Dubbed as one of the best family restaurants in Jaipur, this eatery offers a vast menu and about 50 varieties of sweets to choose from. Locals identify Rawat Mishthan Bhandar for its spicy plate of pyaaz kachori, delectable Indian sweets like ghewar and other street food options like gol gappe, dal baati churma, and cheese puchka. Especially, if you are new to the city, this outlet is a must-visit. 


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Shoestring budget? Fret not, this popular spot in Jaipur has got you covered. Gulab Ji Chai Wale is the perfect place for tea with friends. Even if you're not a tea-lover, there are delicious shakes, coolers, sandwiches, Maggi, and chaat you can devour. Located opposite Ganpati Plaza, this place is packed with all sorts of crowds. So head over to Gulab Ji Chai for your dose of tea before 6 pm. Going by the recommendations, you could order their bun maska and masala chai.


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If pav bhaji is all you seek, pav bhaji is all you are going to get! With two outlets in the city, Pandit Pav Bhaji, is another popular street food corner in Jaipur. And though the restaurant has a limited menu, you can find the most delectable pav bhaji, sandwiches, bhel, noodles, matar kulcha, and dabeli here. 


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Egg Dee-Sanjay Restaurant is known for its unique and royal egg spread. This street food joint with five outlets offers 20 varieties of the basic omelette along with other egg-citing dishes egg chaat, egg puffs, egg Maggi, egg burger, egg pizza, and of course, egg thalis. Run by Sanjay Sharma, a well-known participant of Masterchef India, the place has been winning the street food market for more than 2 decades now and we can't get over the fact that they have so much to offer.


Note that it is open from 12 pm to 4 pm only. So scram... for them eggs!


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All the night birds in Jaipur, try Sethi Bar-Be-Que today. Starting, 1 pm till 1 am, this street food restaurant in Jaipur is packed with food lovers and daaru partners for delicious chicken, paneer, and peshawari tikkas, honey chilli potatoes and spring rolls. One of the best non-vegetarian restaurants in Jaipur, this eatery has full-on Dhaba-vibes which the localites really dig!


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A carefully curated menu that caters to the sweet and spicy flavours in you, is what Falahaar stands for. Although known for its sweet Indian delicacies like shrikhand and ghewar, this street food joint also offers other hearty grubs like Kota kachori, khaman dhokla, and sabudana khichdi. A very popular choice for the vegetarians in the city, Falahaar can be your hangout spot for your upcoming Navratri fasts. 


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One of the oldest street food joints in Jaipur, Aunty's cafe is an underrated food joint that serves delicious food at affordable prices. Don't forget to try their pav bhaji, burger, chaat and authentic South Indian preparations, they make with love. 


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If "chaat pe charcha" is your thing, this street food place in Jaipur is totally your scene. But that's not all they offer. This fast food joint is also famous for its scrummy palate of cheela varieties and chutney. You can expect quick service, affordable prices and hearty taste. A win-win-and-win situation for everybody. 


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The "OG Lassi king" of Jaipur, Kishan Lal Govind Naraian Agarwal's Lassiwala, is THE PLACE to be for a modest glass of lassi. And be sure of coming back satisfied from there as all they've been serving for decades is lassi.


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The love between Delhi and street food has a hundred-year-old relationship that everyone respects. And there's nothing more exciting than experiencing the living proof of that even in Jaipur. From gol gappe to papdi chaat, Chinese bhel, chaat special pizza, bhalla papdi, and chaap; Delhi Chaat Bhandar is where you should go if you seek "Dilli ke flavours" in the Pink City.


Now that the guide to the best street food places in Jaipur is there for you to read, it's time to gather all your buddies, casually check your wallets for change, mark the location on your phones, and just get ready to gorge! 



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