Due to its climate, Rajasthani food does not make much use of vegetables. Instead, foodstuff which grows without much water, like lentils and grains finds a prominent place in the local cuisine. Vegetarian cuisine is common and easily available. Rajasthani people love their green and red chillies. So, expect spicy food and if you have a low tolerance for spice, inform your servers in advance to allow them to serve you accordingly.
The local cuisine of Daal Bati, Gatte (a curry preparation of yogurt and gram flour), Pitod ki Sabji (Curry made from a type of savoury lentil cake), papad ki sabji, Ker-Sangri (dried berries and beans growing on local trees) ki sabji, Bajre ki roti with oodles of Ghee (clarified butter) and Gur (jaggery), kheech (porridge-like preparation made from different flours) topped with Ghee will keep you full and sated during your trip.Gajanan Hotel
on Nathdwara-Kankroli Road is especially famous for its scrumptious, authentic Rajasthani food. Kumbhal Palace Restaurant
near the Kumbhalgarh fort serves cheap, homely food. Gujarat restaurant, also near Kumbhalgarh fort serves authentic and homely Gujarati and Rajasthani food along with some rich desserts.