So here are some crowd-pleasing kiosks that serve traditional street food in Udaipur that are guaranteed to satiate your hungry soul:
1. Poornima - Vada Pav
2. Jain Nashta Centre - Poha
3. Vinod Coffee House
4. Chetak - Boiled Egg Bhurji
5. Sindhi - Falooda
6. Panchwati - Maggi, and Sandwich
7. Pandit - Pav Bhaji
8. Manak Balaji - Mirchi Vada
9. Fatehsagar - Momos
10. Neelam Restaurant
Must-Try: Rajasthani Thali
11. KachorisIf you take an early morning stroll on the streets of Udaipur, you will find a lot of fulfilling breakfast options. The thought of having a crisp kachori with imli ki chutney with a cup of tea bursts a bubble of euphoria in our hearts. Udaipur has several little outlets that specialise in kachoris, to never let you go unsatisfied. Here's a little guide to some of the places serving the best Kachoris.
Shastri sweets and cold house: Located in Shastri circle, this is one of the oldest shops in the city. Even though they are popular for sweets, they specialise in Kachoris too. They offer two kachoris and chutney for just INR 10.
Shri Lala Mishthan: Very popular among the Udaipurites, Shri Lala Mishthan, has been there for 15 years and have been serving spicy and flavourful Kachoris ever since. Their heeng-kachori is quite famous. The simple, yet flavourful kachoris, served with a pinch of tamarind chutney is enough to kick-start your day.
JMB Nashta Center: If you are on a food tour to explore the street food in Udaipur, make sure you visit JMB Nashta Center near Chetan Circle, for some of its unique flavours. For as low as INR 10, you can try out their kachoris. They have varieties like mawa kachori, dal kachori, pyaaz kachori and some more. Their pyaaz kachori is argued to be the best in town.
Palliwal Restaurant: On the Jagdish Temple Road is another popular kachori stall. They are known for their rich filling and small-sized kachoris. Watch them fry those little domes of happiness, and your heart will crave for more.
Rama Kachori: Ask the students of St Paul's school about kachori-wala, and you'll get an introduction of the popular Rama Kachori. Right outside St Paul's school, this kachori stall is popular among students and always frequented by them and the residents of Bhopalpura. Their pricing is another thing that makes them unique: INR 5 for all items.
12. Bread Pakora at Fateh SagarYour trip to Fateh Sagar is not complete if you haven't had the famous Bread Pakoras at Panditji's stall. The whole of Udaipur knows why it is one of a kind, and you will know it too, once you munch on those delicious pakoras. Go for a bite at Panditji's stall, watch him work on the spices, potatoes, onions and then deep-frying the bread slices. The stall opens at 9:30 AM, so you can head there for breakfast, while you enjoy the view and fresh air at Fateh Sagar Lake.
13. Daal Baati Churma by Manoj PrakashDaal Baati Churma is the quintessential part of Rajasthani cuisine, and there are several restaurants in Udaipur specialising in the same. However, there are street stalls serving Daal Baati Churma, with the same flavours and taste, but lesser prices. A win-win. Isn't it? On your way to Lake Palace, do not forget to satiate your taste buds with the Daal Baati Churma from the famous Manoj Prakash stall near Gulab Bagh. Another bestseller dish there includes Daal Poori. It is known to be one of the best stalls for authentic Rajasthani cuisine and irresistible street food in Udaipur.
14. Dabeli by ShankarDabeli is a hit street food in Udaipur. Shankar Vada Pav ki Dabeli is a popular Dabeli stall located at Sukhadia Circle. Dabeli is like the desi avatar of burger, stuffed with potatoes and garnished with peanuts, pomegranate and chutney. At Shankar, they serve you hot Dabelis with dollops of butter and a big smile.
15. Pani Puri by SaanwariyaSaanwariya Chaat Center serves delicious varieties of Pani Puri, chaat, aloo tiki, bhel puri and sev puri. Situated in the Ashok Nagar Main Road, this is the first choice of every resident of Udaipur when it comes to paani puri. The filling of chole and aloo, with tamarind juice in the puri they serve, leaves you asking for more. Their delectable paani puris have a distinct taste of asafoetida, mint and roasted cumin seeds. Your food tour in Udaipur is not complete without the pani puri at Saanwariya Chaat Center.
16. ChaiTired after a long day of sightseeing at Udaipur? You can always relax with a cup of perfect tea. Udaipur has many small and big tea stalls in every corner of the city, cafÃ©s too for that matter. Some of the outlets, popular for tea, are listed below.
Chaifeteria: There are two outlets of Chaifeteria in Udaipur, one in Panchwati and one in Ashok Nagar. They serve varieties of Chai, at affordable prices. You can go there for your morning or evening tea. They also have Tandoori chai which is sure to tantalise your taste buds. You can have some of their healthy snacks like sandwiches or Maggi and other street food in Udaipur along with a cup of warm tea.
Kamlesh Tea House: If you make a list of popular stalls in Udaipur, this one is sure to fall in it. Kamlesh Tea House is one famous stop at Fateh Sagar for tea lovers. The stall is one of the oldest in Udaipur and is managed by Kamlesh who has been doing so for 15 years, prior to which his father managed it, at the same place. The stall is also famous for bread pakoras.