An Evening with Food in Raja Park, Jaipur

Some of the best food stalls in Raja Park, Jaipur.

Wait, did I hear food ? Is anyone hungry ? Or always hungry like me out there ? It’s time for you people to feel the foodgasm and make yourself happy by treating yourself with the best food. Everyone wants everything in life but good food always tops the list. To be true, half of the people explore the city by exploring good places to eat. And I guess everyone has heard of Raja Park being the food hub of Jaipur.

Every evening people free their time for some yummiest food they’ll ever have in their life. Raja Park is best known for food stalls and cafes. Have you ever given it a try? If not, here are some best places for food to eat in Raja Park, Jaipur.

1. Sanskriti Chaat at Panchwati Circle.

 

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This outstanding food stall has something magical in its taste. The taste of Indian Spices do wonders in every dish. There’s no fun in eating without the ‘heavenly masala’ in food. Chole tikki is a must try if you visit this stall. And yess, there’s no worry about the budget because it’s cheap and best. 😉

2. Marky Momos, Raja Park.

 

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Momo is a type of South Asian dumpling; native to Nepal and Tibet. Well everyone knows that, blah! Marky Momos has some of the best momos present in the city. The types are different and the taste is unique. You would love to try the afghani and tandoori one. It’s actually so tasty that you’ll want to eat them again and again.

3. Swami Cafe.

 

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Who doesn’t have a soft corner for South Indian food ? In my opinion, everyone love dosa and idli. Swami cafe has the best South Indian food in the locality. You must try the different types of dosa’s and more. Visit there once for some different taste.

4. Amritsari Chole Kulche

 

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Wanna feel the taste of Punjab ? It’s right there in front of you. Amritsari kulche are love. The stall offers the best chole kulche in the city. And they are not the same as others, the kulche have a different taste just like the Amritsari ones. If you want your own Amritsar here, you should visit here.

5. Food Trucks in Raja Park.

 

The food trucks in Raja Park has got everything your ever need. Indian, chinese, italian and what not? If you live here in Jaipur you should definitely find one evening to pamper yourself. Find your way straight to Raja Park and everything you want is right in front of you.

‘An evening in Raja Park’, woah how beautiful it sounds when you can imagine food in your eyes with the lights and good music. Try out all the stalls someday and let us know how you liked it. After all, food is love and food is life.

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