Previously, what was well known for camels is now famous for its food. The best kept flavors of Pushkar which are described by awesome restaurants present in every niche and corner of town. By the time we arrived here on a hazy December morning, much to our dismay, we found ourselves in food heaven on tour packages to Jaipur Ajmer Pushkar.
- Khasta Kachori in Pushkar
- Poha Pizza Pakwan in Pushkar
- Malpua in Pushkar
- Poori Aloo in Pushkar
- Espresso in Pushkar
- Falafel in Pushkar
- Dal Baati in Pushkar
Khasta Kachori in Pushkar
In case you are in Rajasthan, you cannot have kachori for breakfast. These puff cakes like sweets loaded with Moong dal can be accessed anywhere in the nearby city by holding trucks and sweets. While it might be, we made our way to Pushkar Raj, a space in the parting joint (they have also samosas) to get a plate of that ubiquitous bite. Kachoris are usually crushed into chunks and presented with an equally tangy, sweet chutney and make a healthy breakfast on cold winter mornings. Kachoris are also famous in Jaipur like Pyaaj Kachoris, Moongdaal Kachoris, Hing Kachoris and Many More. Enjoy these Kachoris in Jaipur sightseeing tour package by car.
Poha Pizza Pakwan in Pushkar
You probably knew Poha, Pizza, and Dal Pakwan, but here’s a crazy combination called Poha Pizza Pakwan that is accessible right here at Pushkar Breakfast Corner. This is one of the tastiest morning meals in Pushkar: a fresh, crunchy mother is topped with dal (cooked lentils) and normal Poha with onion, tomato sprinkled with chatpata masala. However, remember that you might be able to get it if you find yourself in the avenues before 10:00 a.m.
Malpua in Pushkar
Pushkar is popular for its incredible rabdi malpuas. Made with thickened milk or rabdi and mawa, they are sufficiently sweet and slightly crunchy. On our 2 days stay here, we stopped at Laxmi Mishtan Bhandar a few times and had our dose of this sweet joy. You can watch the men pour the player into the fatter oil and eat them when removed from the cardamom-flavored sugar syrup. You can’t stop at one without a doubt.
Poori Aloo in Pushkar
Poori Aloo’s well-known Indian breakfast needs no introduction. Overall we’ve had it in better places, but the poor aloo served in Pushkar is special as the use of the curd in their curry recognizes it from the rest.
Espresso in Pushkar
Night falls are a thing to watch out for in Pushkar. You can spend hours sitting on the Ghat hoping the sky will change its hue to gorgeous orange shades and feeling the cool wind everywhere. You can also watch the sunset from the Sunset Cafe overlooking the lake while enjoying your favorite cup of tea with a side of the naturally heated pastry. The bistro also serves pizzas and pasta separated from neighboring specialties to keep you coming back for dinner.
Falafel in Pushkar
Pushkar is a much sought after target by tourists all over the world and it is the explanation alongside all the goodies of Rajasthan, Pushkar is also well known for its styles of continental cuisine. You can find many street shops offering falafel and hummus wraps. They have so many kinds of laffas (what are they) that you can stay here for a whole day, you still can’t complete the process of trying them all!
Dal Baati in Pushkar
When known as the staple food of Rajasthan, baati is eaten with dal and churma and changes in taste and size throughout Rajasthan. In Pushkar, the Baatis are very huge in size, which are immersed in desi ghee and served right away on a golden triangle tour with Ajmer and Pushkar.