Once the land of royal monarchs, Udaipur has been famous for the flavorsome cuisine it offers. The city still serves the finest delicacies to its visitors and dwellers. Udaipur cuisine is highly influenced by Vaishnavism and hence doesn’t include non-vegetarian dishes. This place is most famous for Kachori, Dal-Baati-Churma, Gatte-Ki-Sabzi, yoghurt soups, Lentil curries and MirchiBada.
This is not to say that there is any dearth of restaurants which serve non-vegetarian food. if you are interested in trying the famous Udaipuri cuisine, then there are a number of restaurants that serve cuisines ranging from Indian, Thai, Chinese, Italian to Continental. Some of the popular restaurants in Udaipur are, Ambrai near the Pichhola Lake, Bawarchi, Natraj, Paratha Hut and many more.
Apart from the amazing high-end restaurants, your visit to Udaipur can never be complete without munching some flavorsome street food this town has to offer! Here are some of the must-try:
Lala Ki Kachori
Kachori is one of the most popular street food items in Udaipur, Shri Lala Mishtan being the most amazing outlet serving spicy and crispy dome of flavors.A simple “Lala Ki Kachori” with some tamarind chutney will surely make your day. The shop is located at Jagdish Marg, Ghantaghar, Silawatwari, Udaipur.
Ever heard of a bhurji made with both scrambled and boiled eggs? Sounds weird right? But trust us it tastes amazing! This innovative idea was conceived by a gentleman named Jai Kumar, who named the dish as “Boiled-egg Bhurji”. Even though this idea is now being used by a number of other vendors, the formula of its lip-smacking taste lies safe with Jai Kumar. The shop operates from 10.30 a.m. To 11 p.m. And is located near Chetak Cinema, Chetak Circle.
Jalebi at Delhi Gate
Start your day in Udaipur with mouth-watering Jalebis at Delhi Gate, amazing enough to compel you to visit again and again. The shop operates between 07.00 a.m. To 09.00 p.m. And is located Opp Delhigate Police Chowky.
Ayad ka Samosa
Udaipur has one or the other famous Samosa walas at every corner but the most famous among these is the “Bohra Ghanpati Mishtan”. The magic of the flavorsome samosa lies in the hand of an elderly woman who starts her day with making masala and stuffing it into the samosas. Chuuni Bai has been doing this since 18 years. Located at Ayad road, towards Thokar Chauraha, the shop is functional between 08.00 a.m. to 09.00 p.m..