Travel trend suggests that the most searched keywords about food are “what to eat as local” after arriving at your favorite destination. In today’s post, we will list down few great places to eat Rajasthani food in Jaipur. In our earlier post, we list down the best sightseeing in Jaipur & about city’s people, culture & history.

Jaipurian live to eat & the majority of them eat vegan food, so there is no shortage of amazing places to eat authentic local food in Jaipur. Unfortunately, finding a cheap and best local meal isn’t always easy — especially if you don’t want to settle for mediocre food. That’s why we interviewed a handful of locals to find their favorite budget-friendly restaurants & street food in Jaipur.

In this guide, we tried to list a wide range of Jaipur’s food options — from traditional Onion Kachori to modern eateries having Amber fort in the backdrop. Most restaurants on this list offer main dishes priced from about 50 so you shouldn’t have any trouble getting a good meal or experience royal meal in about Rs 1500/-

Do you have a favorite budget-friendly & local restaurant that’s not on our list? Please leave a comment to let us know!



Tapri Central is the favorite place in Jaipur to hang out with friends or family! The perfect place to witness the sunset! The Cafe is famous for serving large varieties of tea with a view of the central park in Jaipur. The menu includes herbal teas, green teas, and white teas (Darjeeling), blooming teas, black teas, oolong, iced teas and so on.

Here you can happily enjoy your happy breakfast at a facility of Wi-Fi. The option of online home delivery is available which takes about 45 minutes.We have included awesome Tapri Central in our best places to visit in Jaipur section.

How to reach: The café is located in Everest Colony on the road to Tonk.

Opening Hours
Open All Days – 7:30 AM to 10:15 PM
Cost (Average): Rs.750 for two people


The most sought-after places to eat authentic Rajasthani food in Jaipur with local activities in place.The entry and food cost about INR 900 per person.
Choki Dhani serves Rajasthani style thali with each dish being served in biodegradable leafy containers (which is environment-friendly). They serve unlimited food. Although they had some variety, I expected a lot more variety considering their cost. The service was quite hospitable and served with great love.

Open All Days – 5 PM to 11 PM


Rawat Mishthan Bhandar is especially popular for pyaz kachori (Onion stuffed), drawing crowds since very early morning, as it is the most-loved breakfast item. It is crisp, flaky crust with a flavorful stuffing of masala onions.Recommended for local and hygienic food outlet


Great for Non-Veg with the influence of Mughal cuisine. The most famous non-veg paradise in Jaipur. The juicy Hariyali tikka and Lahsoni chicken tikka are Sethi’s Barbeque Jaipur most sought-after dishes.


Kulfis or Indian ice cream is a perfect end to a meal. Creamy, fresh and infused with special flavors, peppered with dry fruits, they are a much-desired dessert after. Malai kulfi, Kesar Pista kulfi, and rabri kulfi are variants that are most popular here.


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