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Famous Street food of Udaipur

Whenever I go on vacation, the first thing I check out is the local cuisine. I receive energy from the flavorful street food, which sustains me throughout the city exploration.

Udaipur is renowned for its street foods that have unique Rajasthani flavors. You will get all of your
demands satisfied at reasonable costs, including dal bati, mirchi bada, pyaz kachori, and mawa kachori.
There is something for everyone. Consequently, this famous street food on the Udaipur list can enhance your journey if you are a visitor to the city.

List of Famous Street Food of Udaipur

1. Jain Nashta Centre- Poha

Location- University Rd, Shakti Nagar, Udaipur
How to reach- auto, taxi, cab
Recommended dish- Poha, samosa, chai, nankeen
The price for two- is 50 INR
Timings- 5.00 am to 6.00 pm

The best poha in Udaipur is at Jain Nashta Centre. Poha is a breakfast that is fresh, light, and fat- free. Although it is a satisfying option for breakfast, you may have it any time of the day with things like samosas, tea, coffee, and namkeen. In Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Gujarat— it is a popular breakfast option served with masala chai. From 6 am on, it becomes packed, but trust me, it’s worth the wait. You may sate your appetite for 15 INR. It tempts your taste buds with namkeen, sev, onion, pomegranate, coriander, and cooked chana.

2. Egg King of Udaipur- Boiled Egg Bhurji

Location- Chetak Circle. Madhuban, Udaipur
How to reach- cab, auto
Recommended dish- egg bhurji, egg sandwich
Price for two- 100 INR
Timings- 10.30 am to 11.00 pm

This Egg Curry stand opposite Chetak Cinema is a point for non-vegetarians. Egg bhurji from this stall is known for appetizing bhurji that keeps clients coming back. The scrambled eggs with sauteed veggies and spices combination is a hit. If you love egg dishes, do not forget to visit this Egg King of Udaipur.

3. Manak Balaji- Mirchi Bada Center

Location- 8, Gaurav Path, Pulla Bhuwana, Arihant Nagar
How to reach- cab, auto, two wheeler
Recommended dish- mirchi bada
The price for two- is 40 INR
Timings- 7.00 am to 10.00 pm

Mini Mirchi Bada of Mank Balaji is known for its savory, spicy stuffed chili pakora. Since 1967, this place serve the best mirchi bada in town. Located on Bhuwana Sukher main road, this stall owner has a unique style of making these pakoras. You will love them!

4. Pratapgarh Chaat Wala- Kachori

Location- Pratapgarh chaat wala outside central jail, police line, Udaipur
How to reach- cab, auto, two wheeler
Recommended dish- pyaz kachori, moong dal kachori
Price for two- 20 INR
Timings- 8.00 am to 8.00 pm

It would be a missed opportunity if you were in Rajasthan and did not binge on Kachoris. Rajasthan is
famous for its adl kachori and pyaz kachori. This deep- fried snack is stuffed with aloo masala or dal masala and topped with curd, tamarind chutney, and more. Steaming hot kachori with a combination of two chutneys is mouth-watering. If you want to eat the best head to Pratap garh chaat wale of Shri Lala Mishthan.

5. Poornima Vada Pav

Location- Poornima Vada Pav, Chetak Hathi Pol MainRoad
How to reach- auto, two-wheeler, walking distance from hathi pol
Recommended dish- vada pav
Price for two- 100 INR
Timings- 9.00 am to 8.00 pm

The Mumbaiya dish Vada Pav is popular throughout the country. Many shops in Udaipur sell tasty vada pav, but few maintain an authentic taste. If you want an authentic one, head to Poornima Vada Pav. The soft bun with crunchy vada pav topped with red and green chutney served with fried green chili is the perfect snack.

6. Sindhi Falooda Joint

Location- SIndhi Falooda Joint, Ashok Nagar
How to reach- auto, cab
Recommended dish- rose falooda, kesar pista falooda
The price for two- is 150 INR
Timings- 12.00 pm to 9.00 pm

The summer is here, and you need something to quench your thirst after roaming around the city. This falooda joint serves cool falooda to complete yours after a meal. After kachoris and samosas, you need a sweet delight. Locally famous, it is sold out before closing time. So, grab your plate before 8.00 pm.

7. Bhole Mishtan

Location- Bhole Misthan, Bapu Bazaar, Nada Khada, Udaipur
How to reach- 5 minutes walk from Delhi gate, two wheeler
Recommended dish- jalebi
The price for two- is 100 INR per kg
Timings- 6.00 am to 10.00 pm

People with a sweet tooth and love jalebis- visit Bhole Mishtan Bhandar inside Delhi Gate, Bapu Bazaar. Locals know how famous this point is for Jalebi lovers. Deep-fried jalebis in 100% pure ghee make it delectable and sweet. Whether you are diet-conscious or not, we bet you won’t stop at just one jalebi. Try yourself!

8. Bread Pakora

Location- Bombay Market, Fateh Sagar
How to reach- walk or take a two-wheeler
Recommended dish- bread pakora
Price for two- 20 INR
Timings- 10.00 am to 12.00 am

Spicy potato stuffed bread coated with gram flour batter known as bread pakora is a popular street food of Udaipur. A stall in Fateh Sagar sells the best pakoras. It is the only stall by Ajay Bhai in Bombay Market that sells bread pakoras, you will find it easily.

9. Manoj Prakash Centre

Location- Manoj Prakash Centre, Lake Palace Road, Near Gulab Bagh, Udaipur
How to reach- walk, cab, or take a two-wheeler
Recommended dish- Dal Baati Choorma
The price for two- is 60 INR
Timings- 7.30 am to 5.00 pm

How can we not talk about Dal Baati Choorma if we are in Rajasthan? Dal Baati of Manoj Prakash Centre is an affordable and tasty treat for people who want to try the traditional Rajasthani cuisine of Udaipur. A plate consists of dal, baati, and pooris with onions and lemons for a complete meal in just 30 INR per plate.

10. Kamlesh Tea Stall

Location- Fateh Sagar Road
How to reach- walk or take a two-wheeler
Recommended dish- tea, bread pakora
Price for two- 20 INR
Timings- 10.00 am to 9.30 pm

How can we not list tea in the street food series? After all, tea is an energy drink for Indians. The Kamlesh Tea Stall has been serving spicy bread pakora with tea for two decades. The spicy mustard oil fried pakora is a bang on with tea and a must-try.

We listed just a few of the famous street foods of Udaipur, there are many more. You should try these
roadside delicacies the next time you are here, and if we missed anything, let us know. Thanks!

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