Food of Jodhpur
The monumental shift in the way people approach street food has been evolutionary. Jodhpur is known for its lip-smacking street food and classic dining restaurants which have taken its traditional food to another level. Here are the top places to knock for in the city:
Jodhpur Cuisine is synonymous with spice, chilly, street food and rich culture of sweets. There are some items the city has on its menu which are brimming with colour, festivity and spices. One cannot come to Jodhpur and not try the almost staple and yet exciting in every bite, Mirchi Bada, Mawa Kachori and Pyaaz Kachori. Almost as popular and a must try item is Makhaniya Lassi.
Jodhpur is an equal paradise for those who love deserts- except that sweets will not just be the end of your course but are as significant as the entire meal itself and have a vibrant food culture about them. The popular indulges here are Besan ki Chakki, Mave ki Kachori, Motichoor Ke Laddu and Maakhan Vade.
If you want a taste of the wild street side slurries and Slurpees, head down to Sojati gate where the bustling market surrounds various local eating joints for desi snacks and drinks at very affordable rates. Another popular area is the Sardarpura market which provides a customised range of food items and dining restaurants such as Gypsy. If you want to dine in with your family or friends for brunch or dinner, restaurants such as Indique, Omelette shop, Jharokha and Nirvana that have classy decors and mouth-watering food for an exquisite experience. They are moderately expensive and offers you a wide range of service. If you want something more on the barbeque side, head down 2 kilometres down south of Jodhpur to On The Rocks for a hearty meal with extra mayonnaise. Savour your sweet tooth at Janta Sweet House with a cherry to top your meals.