Bhiwadi, just 70 km away from cosmopolitan Delhi, is an interesting blend of two cultures, Haryanvi and Rajasthani. Because it is located right on the border of Haryana and Rajasthan, it observes a dry hot climate with a rocky-fertile topography in parts. Progression is slow here so you will find Bhiwadi still a little rural in it’s outlook. Bhiwadi sees a lot of foot traffic given it’s proximity to Jaipur Highway, which is why the town has it’s fair share of restaurants. The food of Bhiwadi is greatly effected by it’s geographical location. Leafy vegetables are highly popular, hence their love for saag. Haryana and Rajasthan has a common love for grains. Multi-grain rotis are an integral part of every Bhiwadi thali. The classic combination of saag and makke di roti is a beloved staple of Bhiwadi households, especially during winter months. Dairy largely consumes the diet of every Bhiwadi resident. Products made out of milk features heavily in all Bhiwadi meals. Palak paneer, paneer tikka, paneer bhurji are a constant guest on tables. Sweets made out of milk are highly relished by the natives. Food of Bhiwadi is made to last you a while.