Udaipur is a magnificent city, home to a rich history and culture. This city with architectural wonders is also quite famous for its delicious Rajasthani dishes. The City of Lakes has its streets buzzing with delicious cuisine. Indians love street food and so is the case with all the locals and tourists in Udaipur. Hence, Udaipur is lined with scores of stalls serving everything from local Rajasthani dishes to Chinese and other cuisines.
When in Udaipur, you cannot miss the authentic delicacies like Daal Baati, Dabeli, Falooda, and more yummy dishes. This article presents to you a list of all the must-try street food in Udaipur. Keep reading because the list keeps getting yummier.
Daal Baati or Daal Baati Churma is an authentic dish of Rajasthan. You come to Udaipur and you don’t try Daal Baati Churma! That’s a shame!
You will find this dish in every street corner in Udaipur. But, the most famous place for serving this snack is Manoj Prakash Daal Poodi stall. So, make sure you stop here after visiting Lake Palace Road.
Where to eat: Manoj Prakash (Close to Gulab Bagh, Lake Palace Road)
Falooda is a delicious concoction made with ice-cream, syrup, vermicelli and sabja seeds. With ingredients like those, Falooda becomes India’s favorite milkshake. You will have a wide range of flavors to choose from, but Kesar Pista is the hit among people. Head over to Sindhi Falooda and grab your falooda because it gets sold out by 8 pm.
Where to eat: Sindhi Falooda (Ashok Nagar, Udaipur)
If you stop at the famous Jain Nashta Centre, then make sure to try their yummy street style poha. They serve light, fat-free and fresh poha every day with staple items like namkeen, samosa, tea, and coffee. This is a favorite breakfast item of Rajasthan.
Where to eat: Jain Nashta Centre
Vada Pav is a famous snack of not just Mumbai but Udaipur as well. A crisp fried patty made of potato is placed inside a soft bun with a good dollop of spicy green chutney along with a fried chili. This famous Mahashtrian delight will awaken your taste buds and feel your heart with joy.
Where to eat: Poornima Vada Pav Stall, Shankar Vada Pav
If you are an eggetarian, then egg bhurji is something you must try when in Udaipur. Every community has its own way of making scrambled eggs. The Egg Stall, outside the Chetak Cinema, is famous for satisfying hungry foodies with various dishes along with the much delightful egg bhurji.
Where to eat: The Egg Stall, Chetak circle
Bhole Mishthan on the buzzing street of Delhi Gate in Udaipur has the best jalebis in store for you. This sweet treat is made with some desi ghee and Kesar flavored syrup. They come out crisp and hot and are perfect to satiate your sweet tooth.
Where to eat: Bhole Mishthan (Delhi Gate)
Samosa is the top grab and go snack in India. Right outside Jagdish Temple is a street snack stall that sells hot samosas. This stall is a favorite with locals and tourists alike. It has been selling fresh and hot samosas for years now and has become a hit spot for samosas in Udaipur.
Where to eat: Jagdish Chowk near Jagdish Temple
Hot kachoris with spicy chutney is a lip-smacking delight of Udaipur. This works well as a breakfast or an evening snack. A plate of kachori and chutney with hot tea will give you a euphoric feeling. Jain Nashta Centre is a place that has been serving people with fresh kachori and delicious chutneys. Make sure to stop here.
Where to eat: Jain Nashta Centre (Shastri Circle)
Pav Bhaji is one delicious item that nobody can resist. This is a simple dish consisting of buttered bread (pav) and spicy preparation of vegetables and dal (bhaji). You will be licking your fingers and asking for more after finishing this delight.
The most famous spot to enjoy this street food in Udaipur has to be the Pandit Pav Bhaji stall located near Town Hall.
Where to eat: Pandit Pav Bhaji Stall
Indians love spices and chilies are a favorite. When at Udaipur, you must try the exclusive and very delicious Mirchi vada of Manak Balaji’s. The preparation involves green chilies stuffed with curried potatoes and then these are coated with besan and deep-fried in oil. These are served hot and fresh to customers.
Where to eat: Manak Balaji’s
Who doesn’t love momos? This is a northeastern snack that has become one of the favorite snacks all over India. It is very easy to find momos in every nook and corner of Udaipur. However, it is quite hard to get momos with their authentic taste. The best places where you can enjoy this street food in Udaipur are Fatehsagar’s Bombay Market and a food truck called Meals on Wheels. This food truck is already a hit in the city and offers various delightful Chinese dishes.
Where to eat: FatehSagar’s Bombay Market, Meals on Wheels
Dabeli is the desi version of a burger. It is stuffed with mashed potatoes and then garnished with chutney, peanuts, and pomegranate. Shankar Vada Pav ki Dabeli is famous in Udaipur. They serve you hot Dabelis garnished with dollops of butter. Such a buttery delight!
Where to eat: Shankar Vada Pav
Buttered bread and tea are made for each other. This is a breakfast menu option offered almost everywhere in Udaipur. If you want some awesome options, then we know just the place for you, Chaifeteria with more than 15 varieties of Chai. They have great bun maska along with a variety of snacks and teas.
Where to eat: Chaifeteria (Hitawala Complex, Ashok Nagar)
This is a wonderful treat for your tastebuds. Spring rolls are everything you could ask for in a dish: sweet, spicy, salty, crunchy, sour and crispy as well. R.K. Fast food at Panchwati is a street food cart that serves this Indo-Chinese dish along with tasty kinds of pasta.
Where to eat: Panchwati, Bhopal Pura Main Road