Jodhpur Restaurant and street food guide

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jodhpur restaurants and street food guide
    • The City of Jodhpur also known as Sun City and Blue City


Planning your next trip to Jodhpur ? Having second thoughts about the food there? Worry no more. We bring to you a brief guide to the ‘must visit Jodhpur Restaurant and street food guide. These food stalls and restaurants in Jodhpur which will surely make your experience in the beautiful city a memorable one.

The following are the top ‘must visit’ restaurants in Jodhpur. Have a look!

Madeleine Cafe- Location Hotel Fern Resedency, Ratanada, Cuisine- Coffee Bar

Known for freshly brewed Coffee and Drinks . Their food menu comprises mouthwatering dishes from Pizza, Pasta, Sandwich, Burger and many more while the liquor menu has beers to wine.  What’s more, there’s also a Pool Table right in the middle of the Cafe.

Pancharanga Restaurant at Ranbanka Palace –Location Circuit House, Cusine- Multi Cuisine Veg & NonVeg

Part of the country’s first heritage hotel. It was built in the earlier years of the 20th century by Maharajadhiraj Sir Ajit Singh. Tourists can enjoy the tranquility of live music and performances by Jodhpur’s very own artists.

Skyy 63 at Hotel Park plaza, Location-Panchbati Circle, Cusine- Multi Cusine Veg & NonVeg
Skyy 63 is a lounge and restaurant which is the highest one in town. With an open air and candlelit environment, the ambiance is magical. It is truly a place where one can enjoy the lavishness of different foods with loved ones.

Nirali Dhani, Location- Pal By Pass, Cusine-Multi-Cusine Veg

Essentially a luxurious ethnic resort, it successfully captures the spirit of the state Rajasthan making sure that you get the complete Rajasthani experience. The hotel is away from city hassles and the polluted environments. Visitors can enjoy the pleasures of traditional Rajasthani art, puppet shows, balloon shooting games, and live musical performances.

Hari Vedas, Location- Sardarpura ‘B’ Road, Cusine-Multi-Cusine Veg

A fine dining restaurant in Jodhpur which serves Indian, Chinese as well as Asian cuisines. It is perfect for spending some quality time with friends, family and loved ones along with mesmerizing food items. The staff is professionally trained and the food is delicious. The restaurant is a haven for vegetarian foodies.

Gypsy Restaurant, Location- Sardarpura ‘B’ Road , Cusine-Multi-Cusine Veg Restaurant

Quite popular with the tourists, the Gypsy Restaurant is a delight to vegetarians. Famous for it’s in budget prices and Rajasthani Thalis, the restaurant is a ‘must go’ if you visit Jodhpur. The food is good, the prices are friendly and the shakes are delicious. Long story short, do visit the Gypsy Restaurant.

On The Rocks, Location- Circuit house, Ratanada, Cusine-Multi-Cusine Veg, & Nonveg
A very unexpected yet delightful restaurant in Jodhpur. The place is up to the mark and a must go for meat lovers. The specialty ‘Laal Maas’ is one dish you need to try if you ever plan a trip to Jodhpur. The environment and ambiance are top notches which also makes the restaurant a perfect place for hanging out with family and friends.

During the course of your trip if you happen to visit Old municipal office Sojti Gate, do refer to these food stalls. They serve one of the best street foods and are a center of local delicacies.

Ramesh Dosa – A dosa stall at Sojti Gate serving one of the best dosa in town. You have got to try to believe it.

Pav Bhaji – There is no name on the Pav Bhaji stall but it is located in the very center, merely a stone away from the water counter.

Papu Chaat Wala – everyone likes chaat and there is no denying that fact. For those chat lovers we bring you Papu chatwala. Delicious, clean, and served fresh. What else do you need?

Mahavir Phaloda Ice Cream – For the sweet tooth in you, Sojti gate brings to you its very own Mahavir Phaloda Ice Cream.

Chattarbhuj Ramesh, Pungal Pada, inside the city -A local specialty dealing in gulab jamun and other sweets. A key thing to note is that there are various shops of the same name but the original one wraps sweets in rose flower printed boxes.

So there you go! Now you know where to head in case you decide to please the foodie in you.

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Comments (6)

  1. posted by Gautam Singh Goyal on February 28, 2018

    Thank to encourage me

  2. posted by Gautam Singh Goyal on February 28, 2018

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  3. posted by Gautam Singh Goyal on March 31, 2018

    Thanks to encourage me….

  4. posted by Gautam Singh Goyal on March 31, 2018

    Thanks for your valuable comments.

  5. posted by Gautam Singh Goyal on April 10, 2018

    Thanks for your valuable words for me


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