Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Must eat Places in Udaipur. Where to eat and what to eat. From 5 star hotels to Street food.The ultimate Guide to Eat in Udaipur

So you are in Udaipur the city of lakes and you need to find the best places where you can eat. Here is my must visit and eat places in Udaipur:

Palki Khanna

Palki Khanna, located inside the City Palace complex in Udaipur, gets its name from the word “palki” or palanquins, which were often used during the Maharajas time. This casual café offers an eclectic mix of foods, with an emphasis on western café food. The food at Palki Khanna is one of the better meals you will get outside of the offerings of 5 star hotels in the vicinity.
Palki Khanna is a great spot to take a break from sightseeing and sip on some cold beers or wine. They also offer outdoor seating for dinner where you can watch the nightly sound-and-light show in Manek Chowk.
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Devigarh Fort Palace

Devigarh Fort Palace is a beautiful retreat, set in the picturesque Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. It is about 30 kilometers away from Udaipur. Devigarh Fort was built in the 18th century and recently opened as a heritage hotel after years of restoration.The restaurant at Devigarh offers magnificent views of the countryside. The menu is eclectic where they offer all kinds of cuisines from traditional Indian to Continental and Asian dishes. The food was temperamental. Some dishes are very good like the fish curry and the chicken sandwich. One does pay a pretty price for a meal at Devigarh but it does offer a nice respite from a hard day of sightseeing. Dinning at Devigarh provides a perfect venue to spend a romantic evening of cocktails and dinner, soaking in the breathtaking beauty of Rajasthan.
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Ambrai restaurant

Ambrai restaurant is one of the more popular local restaurants in Udaipur. It is all about location, location, location which makes this a real tourist hotspot. Situated on the banks of Lake Pichola, dinning here provides a spectacular view of both the City Palace and the Lake Palace.The food is pretty good – they make a killer Lal Maas (a traditional Rajasthani meat curry). Their Chinese food is pretty good too. The prices are very
affordable but the service is rather slow. But that really doesn’t really matter as you dine at Ambrai to linger on a meal with a view.
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Apart from the above listed restaurants your trip cannot be complete without tasting the magnificent street food that is here for offer in Udaipur. The following are the must EAT street foods in Udaipur.

Ayad ka Samosa 

This popular Asian snack has completed long zig-zag historical marathon till it reached the land of Mewar from Arabia to India. Every corner of Udaipur has one or two famous samosa wallas but few of them are
unbeatable, “Bohra Ghanpati Mishtan” is top in our list of samosa wala. The magic is not in their samosas but in the hand of an elderly woman Chunni Bai who starts working early morning by making masala and then stuffing into samosa. From last 18 years Chunni bai is following same schedule, says Kanhiya Lal owner of the shop and son of Chunni bai. Good thing about eating samosa here is you’ll get it hot anytime you visit.
Opens at 8am till 9pm, shop at Ayad road, towards Thokar Chauraha.
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Lala Ki Kachori 

If samosa is the king of our favorite street food then Kachori is the queen of our tummy’s heart. Hope I didn’t say something over…ok Kachoris are stuffed with different spice and pulses, and when fried, it 
become puffy, crispy like a dome of happiness. For more than 15 years, Shri Lala Mishtan is serving delicious spicy kachoris and claims top among hundreds of other kachori stalls or shops in Udaipur. The authentic, simple kachoris with a punch of tamarind chutney will give you a spark for rest of the day.
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Delhi Gate ki Jalebi

To all sweet-toothed people, if you want to start a sweet- warm day, have some Jalebis at Delhi Gate and you’ll come back again and again, it’s always fresh and served hot. Bhole Mishthan prepares
jalebi in vanaspati ghee which is better than any other oil or ghee. It is one of the oldest and most popular places known for its jalebi.Opens at 7.00am till 9pm. Shop: Opp Delhigate Police Chowky
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Boil egg bhurji

Scrambled Egg is commonly known but what if it scrambled with boiled eggs? Sounds strange but taste fantabulous, this trend is credited to Jai Kumar’s innovative brain which created this great food stuff – Boil Egg Bhurji. It is now followed by many other egg/omelet vendors but the taste formula is still safe in Jai’s brain. For those who usually skip their lunch, boiled egg bhurji with bread slices will not remind you of hunger till late evening. Opens from 10:30am till 11.00pm. Near Chetak Cinema, Chetak Circle
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Boharwadi Falafils 

The one and only place in Udaipur which gives you the taste of Arabian food, it is also the first place where I saw the use of foot-long some 10 years back. They have few things in their menu but all are worth tasting once. Be it mutton kebab, mutton samosa, mutton patis, egg sandwich, kheema sandwich or the great falafils. Fakhri Sandwich is a place you should not miss if you claim to be a big foodie like me.
Opens from 10.00am till 12.00pm and 2.00 pm till 6:30pm. Shop at Boharwadi.
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So this was the list of must visit and eat places in Udaipur. Your trip will be much more tastier if you plan to visit the above listed places. Remember if you need a guided tour of the city or any other info. about the city please visit my website  www.rajasthanbudgettrips.com

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