When it comes to food and drink, each city has a
fantastic range of restaurants that offer local Rajasthani
cuisine well as India, Mughal, Chinese, Continental food. To
try some local specialties just visit one of the many
restaurants that can be found on almost important street. It
is easy to find good restaurants that can serve you
delicious local fare - Gatte ki Sabzi, Papad Ki Sabzi,
Mangori, Alu methi and Ker-Sanria.
A large variety of daals are also available. Rice is not very popular in Rajasthan though most restaurants do serve plan rice as well as Pulao. Non-vegetarian delicacies are also available in the bigger hotels. One must taste lalmans, delicious Rajasthani meat. What is interesting here are the various Rotis that one can get even in the smallest of eating places. Bajra ki roti, makki ki roti, jau-channa ki roti, besan ki roti, are better tasted than described. Try the Dal, Baati and Choorma, the range is mind-boggling.
Each region has its own special food item that identified with the town or city. While trying the various delicacies don’t miss out the special ghevar of Jaipur, Laddoos and Mirchi Badas from Jodhpur, Maalpuas from Pushkar, Rasgulla and Namkeen Bhujia from Bikaner, Sohan Halwa from Ajmer, Till Papri from Beawar. Hot Jalebies are available in most towns and cities. Kachories and Dahi Baras are other delicacies to keep in mind when you are in Rajasthan. Bikaner is distinguished by its popular sweet Rasogullas, Raj Bhog, Gaund Pak, Fini and Rabri. In Bundi we feasted on Bundi Laddoo, Laddoo is basically deep-fried besan beads, sugar syrup, ghee, cashew nuts and various flavoring, not to be missed.
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