Indian food continues to tantalize the taste buds of the world, and this food crawl in Jaipur will give you the opportunity to experience and taste its prismatic blends in their most authentic form. You'll meet up with your local, English speaking guide who will take you on a two hour whirlwind tour of some of the best spots to eat in Jaipur. From the local street foods to hole-in-the-wall restaurants, providing the most authentic of Indian foods and delicacies, you'll experience the characteristics, flavors and tastes that make this cuisine so iconic. Find the best street snacks to try and the most savory meals to grab in a hurry, as well as meet the locals as they craft these foods before you. Discover why the brightly-colored Jalebis is so popular, and experience a rainbow of kachoris and learn how they are made. Mouthwatering local ice cream awaits you, along with the tang of savory chaat. There's so much to learn and taste, all in two delicious hours.
There are many things Rajasthan is famous for — but the two most prominent are its royal heritage and its one-of-a-kind cuisine. On this culinary adventure, you will get to discover the best of the region’s cuisine through a variety of delicacies prepared especially for you at the home of a local chef. You will not get an authentic experience like that at any restaurant. Your menu features some of the best Indian dishes: signature garlic chicken, Laal maas (mutton pieces cooked in red chilli paste, whole spices and curd), Papad ki churi (crushed popadums with spices) and more — plus, the delicious Churma (earth baati cooked with ghee, sugar and dry fruits) for dessert.
Treat yourself to an authentic 4-course Rajasthani meal at the house of a local chef and feast on some of the best north-western Indian delicacies. The region’s royal heritage paired with extreme climate and rather rare vegetation have made Rajasthani cuisine different from that of the rest of India. The food is usually spicy and eaten with a generous serving of hearty ghee (clarified butter) sauces. Try some of the beloved Indian specials like Daal baati (dish of lentils, served with baked wheat dumplings), Gatte ke pulao (fried gram flour dumplings added to rice flavoured with aromatic spices), Laal maas (a traditional Rajasthani dish of meat cooked in spices) and so much more. Choose between a variety of veggie and non-veggie options and try popular local drinks like Bajre ki raab and Thandai.