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5 Best Places To Relish Delectable Kachoris In Jaipur

Crunch and munch your way through Jaipur’s Kachori trail

06 Dec, 2021 by Surabhi Sharma

Crunch and munch your way through Jaipur’s Kachori trail

Kachori is an all-season street food snack that is savored by people all across the nation. Kachori is a deep-fried snack that originated in the Hindi belt region of India. There are many variations like Kota Kachori, Pyaaj Kachori, and Mawa Kachori from different cities of Rajasthan; in Gujarat, they serve round balls with moong dal, ginger paste, and black pepper; and then in Delhi, there are Khasta Kachori or Raj Kachori which is often served as Chaat. Much like the other cities of India, this evergreen adored street snack is wildly popular in the Pink City of India as well, and in our forever quest to always get you the hottest eateries and dining experiences, here is a curation of the 5 best Kachori serving joints in Jaipur that you simply can't miss.


Rawat Mishtan Bhandar, Sindhi Camp, Jaipur

For more than 55 years, Rawat Mishtan Bhandar has been serving the best Mawa Kachori in town. Mawa Kachori is a sweet delicacy filled with Khoya and then dipped in sugar syrup making it a perfect dessert after a classic Rajasthani meal. The Kachori is full of flavors with exact sweetness making it not too heavy and greasy.

Other recommended dishes – Mirchi Pakora, Ghewar Rabdi

Cost for Two: ₹ 300


Samrat Restaurant, Modikhana, Jaipur

Samrat Restaurant has been serving the best Pyaaz Kachori since 1965. The stuffing of the Kachori is a secret family recipe and is filled with 'pyaaz' (onions) and other secret ingredients. The Pyaaz Kachori is served warm and crisp with Tamarind Chutney and Dahi Amchoor Chutney. The Kachori can also be accompanied by Chole or Aloo Sabzi and of course, a juicy Jalebi.

Other recommended dishes – Desi Ghee Jalebi, Samosa

Cost for Two: ₹ 200


Radhe Kachori, Chaura Rasta, Jaipur

If you are up for trying some different flavors, then head over to Radhe Kachori to try out their famous Hing Kachori. The restaurant has been serving the best Hing Kachoris since the early 1960s. The Kachori is super delicious, prepared with a mix of Urad Dal, Hing, and some fresh Indian spices and fried to a crisp golden brown. Then served with a tantalizing Dahi-Coriander-Tamarind chutney.

Other recommended dishes – Dahi Kachori, Dal Kachori, Mawa Kachori

Cost for Two: ₹ 200


Sampat Namkeen Bhandar, Kishanpole Bazaar, Jaipur

While the city is famous for Pyaaz Kachori, Sampat Namkeem Bhandar is also famous for serving the best Aloo Kachori for nearly 80 years. What makes them different from the other restaurants is the use of skinned potatoes mixed with their secret spices and herbs. The Kachori is little on the healthier side as skinned potatoes help in easy digestion. The Aloo Kachori is spicy enough so you don’t need any chutney to add extra spice to your palette.

Other recommended dishes – Namkeen, Chana Papad, Samosa

Cost for Two: ₹ 300


Shri Ram Namkeen Bhandar, M I Road, Jaipur

Rains will make you crave some Kachori with a hot cup of tea. Head over to Shri Ram Namkeen Bhandar and try out the best Moong Dal Kachori in town. The crispy Dal Kachori has a very distinctive flavor that goes well with their equally appetizing Tamarind Chutney. One should try the Dal Kachori with Kadhi to experience heavenly bliss.

Other recommended dishes – Kadhi Kachori, Chole Bhature

Cost for Two: ₹ 250

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