Sunday, 1 December 2013


Prithviraj Road
Opposite Central Park

Tapri: what can I say, its like a breath of fresh air. When N took me there for the first time, I started freaking out because its the first cool, neat place which serves the best kind of home made Chai and that too in so many varities and in those typical little Dhaba stlye glasses! There food is just awesome, from Samosas to Vatata Vedas, Aloo ka parantha, Golgappa and even Maggi! Boy! they serve it so well in these little wooden aged looking square trays which are lined with printed newspapers, so worth a visit. If you are lucky and get to sit on the terrace with the view of the Central park, awesome!

Indian Coffee House
M I Road

One of the oldest places in Jaipur, very simple but you will find the most reasonable and good coffee here. Not at all fancy but a lot of character.

LMB (Laxmi Misthan Bhandar)
Johari Bazar

Another one of the finest and oldest traditional Indian Restaurants in the heart of the City. You can always take a break here for a Kesar Kufli, Coffee or any kinds of Chaats and they are one of the best in Jaipur. I remember growing up seeing that. This time I took the girls and they loved it. It might be a bit too crowded but its worth a wait.

Rawat Kachori
Station Road

The best Pyaz ki Kachori in Jaipur and they also the Mawe ki Kachori. Its a very old place for traditional Rajasthani food. If you fancy, worth a visit. Its very close to the bus station and the railway station too.

Opposite Gaurav Towers
Malviya Nagar

Kanhas serve all kinds of Indian street food in a very hygenic way and qutie reasonable. There list of dishes is so big that you can eat a different dish for more than a week. I love it, simple great food.

M I Road

You can get the best Lassi (Yoghurt drink) here and they serve it in earthen pots how it was done years ago. You just stand outside the shop and enjoy the frothy thick Lassi.

KK Square
C11 Prithviraj Road
Chitranjan Marg
302005 Jaipur

This is a little Restaurant/Cafe which is just outside the Anokhi boutique. There food is simple, fresh, delicious and reasonable. My girls love the ginger sodas and lemonades here and R loves the filter Coffee. You can also find nice cakes and a very good Falafel. Our routine is to go shop for books on the first floor at Crosswords and then I sneak in Anokhi for a Kurta or something and the final destination is to chill at the Restaurant, worth a visit.

On the third floor is another very nice Restaurant

Little Italy

We had the best Brownie served on the hot plate with Vanilla Ice-creme, although I have also heard they serve one of the best Pizzas, but I havent tried it yet. 

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